5 thoughts on “MAGA

  1. Fox News says:

    “Native American activist Nathan Phillips’ past includes assault charge, escape from prison: report” https://www.foxnews.com/us/native-american-activist-nathan-phillips-was-once-charged-with-assault-escape-from-prison NATIONAL SHRINE CONFIRMS REPORT THAT NATIVE AMERICAN ACTIVIST ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO DISRUPT MASS / NATIVE AMERICAN ACTIVIST IN VIRAL CONFRONTATION NEVER DEPLOYED OVERSEAS, MARINES SAY / MEDIA TREATMENT OF COVINGTON STUDENTS ‘WAY WORSE’ THAN KAVANAUGH COVERAGE, CRITIC SAYS

  2. Demonym says:

    “What Will It Take To Make You Understand And Accept That They Hate You?” https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2019/01/28/what-will-it-take-to-make-you-understand-and-accept-that-they-hate-you-n2540309
    (in this instance ‘they’ refers to elitist left-wing ‘libtards’ et al and ‘you’ real Americans)
    “I know it’s hard. It goes against everything you’ve been taught to believe to acknowledge that that a significant and influential group of other Americans – not that they identify that way – want you dead or enslaved. But they do. The Fredocons will scoff, but the conservaquisling collaborators’ actions speak louder than their weasel words – they’re currying favor with the enemy, betting that their abject groveling and supine submission will mean that they get the chop last.”

  3. Symbolism says:
  4. Update says:

    A federal judge dismissed the $250 million defamation lawsuit filed by high school student Nicholas Sandmann against The Washington Post Friday afternoon. The MAGA hat-wearing teen sued the newspaper after a video of him and Native American activist Nathan Philips went viral in January.
    According to court documents, Judge William O. Bertelsman ruled that seven Washington Post articles and three tweets about now 17-year-old Sandmann were protected by the First Amendment and deemed opinion.
    (CBS News) https://www.cbsnews.com/news/covington-students-250-million-defamation-lawsuit-against-the-washington-post-dismissed/
    In the viral video, Sandmann could be seen wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat while smirking at the 64-year-old Philips as he beat a drum during the Indigenous People’s rally. It received intense backlash online from both sides, and President Donald Trump tweeted his support of the students.
    Sandmann’s attorneys said Friday that his family will appeal the decision. “I believe fighting for justice for my son and family is of vital national importance,” his father Ted Sandmann said in a statement. “If what was done to Nicholas is not legally actionable, then no one is safe.”

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