DAILYKENN.com --Reports say "native American" extremists harassed a group of Catholic teens in Washington, DC Saturday. The teens were attending a pro-life march when accosted.
One of the teens is seen quietly smiling at the extremist Indian as he loudly chanted and beat on a drum.
The far-left ("mainstream") media portrayed the encounter differently, imagining the teens surrounded the extremist.
Newly surfaced video shows Native American activist was not "surrounded" by #CovingtonCatholic students but instead *approached them* from afar. pic.twitter.com/brHMYpBUJC— Chris Menahan 🔹 (@infolibnews) January 20, 2019
• Above: An Indian confronts a white teen. "Go back to Europe where you came from. This is not your land. No it's not. You been here two, three generations. Compared to us: We been here millions of f****n' years." Scientific American dates the arrival of Asians between 25,000 and 15,000 years ago.
• The fake report that Catholic teens harassed the Indian elder is a microcosmic example of fake American history in which white settlers are erroneously accused of attacking Indians when, in reality, Indians routinely launched deadly raids on settlers' homes, often killing the adults and kidnapping their children.
The attacks continuned for generations.
Olive Oatman was 14 when Indians kidnapped her and her 7-year-old sister in 1851. Oatman's pioneer parents were murdered and her brother left for dead. Four other siblings died in the massacre. Oatman's sister was starved to death by her captors. Oatman was tattooed, enslaved, and later sold to the Mohave before being rescued five years after the massacre.
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vaccine, saving the lives of millions; perhaps billions
• The drum-pounding Indian provides a unintended stark cultural contrast. While Europeans developed string and wind instruments and orchestrated them into stunning musical masterpieces by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and scores of others, Indians in the Americas seemed to have failed to progress beyond a sole instrument composed of stretched skin and stick. Their music seems limited to thumping a drum while accompanied by monotone chants.
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The viral Twitter posts claiming a group of Covington Catholic teenagers aggressively "surrounded" a Native American man on Friday and "mocked," "harassed" and "threatened" him is officially the biggest hate hoax of 2019.
An out-of-context video showing one teenager standing still and smiling (with other students around him singing a school chant) while Native American activist Nathan Phillips bangs a drum and chants in his face went viral on Twitter on Saturday, quickly amassing over 5 million views.
The story was picked up by hundreds of news outlets -- without a hint of skepticism -- who portrayed the kids as evil racists.
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