In the aftermath of a controversial encounter in which a Native American activist and Vietnam War veteran, Nathan Phillips, confronted a group of Covington Catholic High School boys, comedian Kathy Griffin is calling for an escalation of the matter.
Per Heavy, Griffin took to Twitter earlier today, January 20, to demand that Covington Catholic High School publicly name the boys involved, and intimated that their doxing -- and public shaming -- was justified.
"Ps. The reply from the school was pathetic and impotent. Name these kids. I want NAMES. Shame them. If you think these f*ckers wouldn't dox you in a heartbeat, think again."
This view was countered by later reporting, via Townhall, which provided a full-length video of the event in question. A confluence of two simultaneous events -- the March for Life and the Indigenous Peoples March -- brought both Phillips and the MAGA-hat clad boys into proximity. A third group of agitators, identified by Townhall columnist Timothy Meads as Black Israelites, were also present -- and were very vocal, calling the schoolboys "f**gots" and remarking that they "don't see any n**gas" amongst the students. A man speaking out in support of Phillips can be heard calling for "you white people [to] go back to Europe!"
A full-length video of the event, which does contain crude language, is available via YouTube -- and may allow viewers to discern the details for themselves.