Dr. Gorka had Jim Hanson of the Security Studies Group (BIO | TWITTER) to discuss who exactly Nathaniel Phillips is, and what his service record to our country really is. I tried to find the patch oc Gorka mentioned in the audio. Couldn’t find it, but I found some other funny “memes.”
Another military commentator, retired Navy SEAL Don Shipley pulls the military records of Nathan Phillips (AKA Nathan Stanard), the Native American Drummer Dude. He was NOT a Vietnam Vet:
Nathan Phillips past is being displayed for the shear enjoyment of pointing out the rank hypocrisy of the far-Left activist. If he had not tooted his own horn about serving during Vietnam, and saying the kids should be expelled (for smiling essentially), we would not be here:
UPDATE: American Indian witness refutes the media narrative… I was told this was a racial issue… is the Indian a racist!
….WHAT DID THE WITNESS SAY?
While the mainstream media were quick on Saturday to declare the students guilty of anti-Native American bigotry, new angles and videos in context told a much different story. In fact, the students were not protesting Native Americans as some claimed, nor did they approach and surround a group of Native Americans as initially alleged.
Meanwhile, Marcus Frejo, who the Associated Press described as “a member of the Pawnee and Seminole tribes who is also known as Chief Quese Imc,” also countered the dominate media narrative.
Frejo told the AP that while it seemed the students initially appeared to mock the Native Americans, once the situation defused he “was at peace singing among the scorn and he briefly felt something special happen as they repeatedly sang the [anthem from the Native American Movement].”
“They went from mocking us and laughing at us to singing with us. I heard it three times,” Frejo said. “That spirit moved through us, that drum, and it slowly started to move through some of those youths.”
In the end, a “calm” fell over the group before they dispersed.
The one “drum beater” Indian is a far-left leaning activist. So when he is the only one that heard the chants “build the wall,” I am UBER suspicious.
This video is claimed to show the American Indian being “surrounded by a violent, epithet hurling” group of toxic white masculinity with a dash of racism. Watch it and see [UPDATE] Lulu Says has closed her account for a bit. So I will post the full video here:
What it shows is the group of kids disbanding (getting ready for the buses picking them up) after the group of American Indians had walked up to their group and the one started beating his drum inches from many of the kids faces, ending on the one kid who politely stared at him after he had his space encroached upon. The above video shows like the others detailing the beginning of the “episode,” the kids chanting their school song in a circle of their own — for the umpteenth time. Here is my summation of what the video evidence shows below:
The videos above video shows a crowd of people that are stationary and chanting their schools song. THEN, an American Indian walking over to them and start pounding the drum in the boy’s face. Here are two “bigots” [I only say this because someone called me a bigot for posting a video to refute these #fakenews stories] discussing the issue showing the American Indian drummer walk up to the crowd and get inches from the kids face: