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Nick  Sandmann
American Role Model

Cross sewn onto clothing

Nick Sandmann was guilty of 7 horrendous crimes:

1) Exhibiting stirring patriotism towards America by the wearing of a MAGA hat
2) Participation in a Pro-Life rally to defend the truly undefended
3) Smiling like a White man to Black provocations
4) Standing like a Man to Indian provocations
5) Attended Catholic school and not government public school
6) Refusal to remove cap for presenting scalp to the Indian on the war path
7) Refusal to reject his own actions and belief in the face of Judeo-MSM demands

In other words, he was a fine upstanding young man and a tribute to his parents upbringing.

Where were the capital police to shutdown these racist black Jews and agents provocateurs

Where were the capital police to shutdown these fake Indians interfering with a Catholic teenager's right to assembly and association for the mere purpose of getting on a school bus to return home? 

Just like a gay rally or an abortion rally, NO ONE would had been allowed to disrupt the disgusting utterances of these disgusting black Jews and Indians.

However, these protesters went on the offensive and sought out confrontation.

These fine young men only wanted to mind their own business and had a right to be left alone, but first the black Jews taunted them for well over an hour and then the Indians taunted them by deliberately and intimidatingly attempting to walk straight through their group to the point of a face-to-face showdown.

The Jewish media was only incensed that one courageous brave boy stood his ground and would not budge.

Covington Catholic High School Student Nick Sandmann: ‘I Was Not Going to Become Angry … I Am a Faithful Christian’

Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann issued a public statement Sunday evening in response to the controversy over a viral video showing a confrontation between a Native American activist and him and his fellow students at the March for Life in Washington, DC, on Friday.
Sandmann, a junior, identified himself as the student at the front of the crowd in the video, and described the media reports about the confrontation as “misinformation and outright lies.”
The statement was issued by a public relations firm on behalf of Sandmann and his family, NBC News reported.

Native American activist Nathan Phillips said that the students had been “beastly” toward a group of black activists nearby, and that he felt “threatened” by them.

When more video evidence emerged, however, it seemed that the black activists — radicals from an obscure religious sect — had taunted the students with racial and homophobic slurs, and that Phillips had approached the students rather than the other way around.

Sandmann described the scene:

When we arrived, we noticed four African American protestors who were also on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. I am not sure what they were protesting, and I did not interact with them. I did hear them direct derogatory insults at our school group.

Because we were being loudly attacked in public, a student in our group asked one of our teacher chaperones to begin our school spirit chants … I did not witness or hear any students chant “build that wall” or anything hateful or racist at that time. Assertions to the contrary are simply false.

After a few minutes of chanting, the Native American protestors, whom I hadn’t previously notices, approached our group. The Native American protestors had drums and were accompanied by at least one person with a camera.

I believed that remaining motionless and calm, I was helping to defuse the situation. … I said a silent prayer that the situation would not get out of hand.

I was not intentionally making faces at the protestor. I did smile at one point because I wanted him to know that I was not going to become angry … I am a faithful Christian and practicing Catholic, and I always try to live up to the ideals my faith teaches me — to remain respectful of others, and to take no action that would lead to conflict or violence.

I am being called every name in the book, including a racist …

I have received physical and death threats via social media, as well as hateful insults.

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The Christian Solution             First Release: March 15, 2008