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I been watching the social media melt down, the allegations of racism, the harsh words for these boys, and the  insane response calling for them to be doxed, harassed, and persecuted. The internet can be an ugly place, perhaps because it reveals the truth of human nature, our tendency to rush to judgement, condemnation, and vigilante justice.

It so ain’t pretty. Especially horrendous to me, so-called sensible people posting things like “red MAGA hats are the face of terrorism” and assorted other things justifying the complete destruction, including death threats towards these boys,  children. Minors on school busses with chaperones for crying our loud.

And I knew too that if we waited long enough the truth would come out. The TRUTH that tells the WHOLE STORY and not the Mediated Reality media mongers want to use to deceive people, to create a false narrative, and to promote division and instability in our country.

So these boys were subjected to  tirades, slurs about their sexuality, threats that there will be blood long before that Native American veteran came on the scene. For a bunch of young teen age boys, they actually held up admirably. There is no aggression, no fighting back, nothing but a few smirks and a few school cheers. These boys were actually harassed, intimidated and pressured, BY ADULTS, and still they responded with calm, they attempted to descalate the situation.

You can watch the whole video, but it’s long. Here’s a brief index,

1:06:45 threatening an innocent bystander with violence
1:07:40 calls the kids “incest babies”
1:15:20 calls the kids “future school shooters”
1:24:53 is booed when he lets loose with homophobic slurs
1:27:00 “there will be no peace until there is bloodshed” 

It’s  worse than that. I heard child of sodomy, dozens of homophobic slurs, accusations of pedophilia, etc, etc.

 

“This behavior is opposed to the Church’s teachings on the dignity and respect of the human person,” Covington Catholic High School and the Diocese of Covington said in a joint statement. “The matter is being investigated and we will take appropriate action, up to and including expulsion.”

So let me to speak to  Covington Catholic High School and the Diocese. Learn to stand with your sheep who are often to be found standing against the world. Find your own intestinal fortitude, ye soggy milksops, and don’t be so easily swayed by the whims of the media.

 

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