“What, you may fairly ask, set off the privileged white children in the feral unleashing of their hate upon Phillips? Would you believe me if I told you that Phillips was running interference between the MAGA teens and a small group of black Jews? Of course you would…
Naturally, being a human being of empathy, Phillips placed himself between the angry mob of white kids and the ‘old, black individuals.’ And because no act of decency goes unpunished as a symbol of weakness among the MAGA crowd, the ‘beasts’ (Phillips’ words) quickly turned their anger on the Good Samaritan.
The member of the Omaha Tribe was quick to draw historical parallels between what he witnessed in Washington D.C. and some of the even darker chapters of American history. He said:
‘the looks in these young men’s faces … I mean, if you go back and look at the lynchings that was done (in America) …and you’d see the faces on the people … The glee and the hatred in their faces, that’s what these faces looked like.’
Here’s the part of the whole sorry, degrading and humiliating spectacle that brought me to Soros however. Phillips went on to say that If [the students’] instructors, their own teachers, their own chaperones, would have handled the situation right from the beginning, it would never have happened.’
Really though, wasn’t this what the students and their adult sponsors were hoping to achieve? The right to life movement has always been accompanied by healthy doses of irony, insofar as a fervency to defend the rights of cell clusters supersedes respect for actual, living people. Especially when those humans are merely hosts (sorry, women) and/or brown folks.”