We thought it was bad before, but over the weekend, virtue signaling reached a fever pitch thanks to the media’s bogus narrative about Covington Catholic students’ encounter with Native American man Nathan Phillips. Many — though, in fairness, not all — on the Left have thrown decency and ethics out the window, libeling, slandering, and even threatening a group of young men whose actions were completely misrepresented and mischaracterized. And they’ve done this in the name of social justice.
Earlier today, Buck Sexton eloquently and succinctly explained the inherent problem with virtue signaling like that being done with regard to the Covington students:
There is a clear correlation between those obsessed with virtue signaling-
And an utter lack of actual virtue
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) January 21, 2019
We couldn’t’ve said it better ourselves.
— Annais Bond (@AnnaisBond) January 21, 2019
Wise words, Buck.
— Kitty Murks (@KittyMurks) January 21, 2019
— Peony (@philbeth19811) January 21, 2019
Well said. That is 100% true.
— Bryan Doddy (@bryandoddy) January 21, 2019
Yes my man, well said!!!?
— Doc Holiday (@DocHoli44853949) January 21, 2019
— CC (@FL_Pundit) January 21, 2019
You sure hit that nail on the head
— JaniceGN (@Janice11nj) January 21, 2019
You nailed it
— CageyBee (@CageyBee33) January 21, 2019
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