Here you go: https://www.yahoo.com/news/students-see ... 21338.html
Phillips had approached Sandmann, but well before that, both his group and Sandmann's, which had taken part in the anti-abortion rally, were confronted by a third group that appeared to be affiliated with the Black Hebrew Israelite movement. Videos show members of the religious group yelling disparaging and profane insults at the students, who taunt them in return. Video also shows the Native Americans being insulted by the small religious group.
This writeup seems standard fare for where we are now with the story.
"members of the religious group yelling disparaging and profane insults at the students, who taunt them in return
" The kids were the ones running on adrenaline, I'm sure their smart mouths began that episode. Those black guys would give back as good as they get, but I can't believe they were calling out passersby. Anyway that's not the story that's the claimed excuse.
The alfa kid, Nick Sandmann, claims he was trying to calm things down: he says, "a teacher chaperone gave the students permission to begin their school chants "to counter the hateful things that were being shouted at our group." Picture that, their High School Football Game chant. Wearing their MAGA hats.
That's priceless, too bad we don't have video of that, that would really calm things down.
Then Nick Sandmann goes on:"The protester everyone has seen in the video began playing his drum as he waded into the crowd, which parted for him. I did not see anyone try to block his path," Sandmann wrote. "He locked eyes with me and approached me, coming within inches of my face. He played his drum the entire time he was in my face."
Who was in who's face? Sandman would have needed a mirror to "see anyone try to block his path".
The problem Nick Sandmann has is that we've all seen that face, the smirk he held for so long. It's the kind of smirk that brings revulsion to any human anywhere.
The NA guy, Nathan Phillips tells us that people were chanting "Build that wall" "Go back to the reservation." "They were making remarks to each other ... (such as) 'In my state those Indians are nothing but a bunch of drunks.'"
Phillips said. "These young people were just roughshodding through our space, like what's been going on for 500 years here — just walking through our territories, feeling like 'this is ours.'"
Sandman stood in Phillips' way and gave his smirk. Sandman writes that he "believed that by remaining motionless and calm, I was helping defuse the situation."
Yea right, we've all seen that smirk before.
Thanks for the link.