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Monday on MSNBC, Indigenous People's March organizer and tribal rights lawyer Tara Houska repeated the debunked lies that Covington Catholic students "surrounded" Native American Nathan Phillips and chanted "build the wall" at him.
From Free Beacon:
"I saw the elder that was there, Nathan Phillips, and the people around him, but I didn't realize what would end up happening, which was them surrounding him, chanting ‘build the wall,' and a youth standing directly in his face, in a very leering, aggressive manner," she said.At no point did Jackson correct her, even though she was literally sitting there with Nick Sandmann's statement. Does anyone believe Jackson hasn't seen by now the extended videos showing Phillips approached the students and got in their faces -- banging his drum within inches of Sandmann's head while chanting at him?
There is zero evidence the students chanted "build the wall" at Phillips in any of the videos produced and they all firmly deny doing so, but Houska -- who is a lawyer -- insists it happened even though she admits she wasn't even there.
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