After the initial spark of outrage Saturday when a clip circulated apparently showing a group of high school students harassing a tribal elder on the Lincoln Memorial steps, we‚Äôve learned a lot. Additional footage cleared up (for most) the question of who approached whom, and now we‚Äôre learning that ‚ÄúVietnam veteran‚ÄĚ Nathan Phillips never actually served in Vietnam.
So of course your perspective on what happened Friday at the March for Life (and the Indigenous Peoples March) depends on how much footage you bothered to watch and, of course, your prejudices against kids wearing MAGA hats.
Actor Ron Perlman knows what he saw and he‚Äôs sticking to it, and he didn‚Äôt exactly care for Jake Tapper bringing it into question:
It looks like Perlman has since deleted the tweet, but because we‚Äôre heavily funded by the Russians, we were able to get a screenshot sent over from the Kremlin.
This guy is so damned repulsive: https://t.co/eDUmZDkXp3
‚ÄĒ Damn, I'm snarky. (@corrcomm) January 22, 2019
is he the guy that played the cavemen in all those geico commercials?
‚ÄĒ brigge (@brigge) January 22, 2019
You know, I need to just mute him so I never see anyone RT his crap. he really is disgusting.
‚ÄĒ Pam D (@lifebythecreek) January 22, 2019
‚ÄĒ Bit Poppa Pump! (@IAmCamWyatt) January 22, 2019
Here‚Äôs Ron Perlman gay-baiting Sen. Lindsey Graham because using gay sex as an insult is so woke https://t.co/9luZDslONY
‚ÄĒ Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 8, 2018