He stole my narrative!

Professional activist and frequent…. exaggerater Nathan Phillips is angry with the minor boy he targeted for several reasons, but one is expressly because the boy says that he…. prayed.

“He stole my narrative,” Phillips accused. “From the time I hit that first beat of the drum until I hit the last beat, I was in prayer. Now all of a sudden, he’s the prayer guy and the passive one.”

Um. Phillips approached that kid, not the other way around. Phillips beat his drum in the kid’s face, not the other way around. All the boy did was stand where he was and smile.  That does indeed make him the passive one.

‘He stole my narrative.’
This is a grown up (who is probably not, by the way, a Viet Nam vet, and definitely not a recon ranger cause there isn’t any such thing).  He is talking about a boy who did nothing and said nothing to him except stand where he was standing, waiting for his bus,  and smile as a grown up came up to him and beat a drum in his face while that man’s grandson screamed insults at him and his friends.

‘He stole my narrative.’


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