MSNBC Guest Repeats Unproven Claims Teens Surrounded Native American, Chanted ‘Build the Wall’

‘To see that kind of level of antagonism and hate, you know, you can’t fake that’

EXCERPT:

HOUSKA: "I was there actually filming a segment with the Bernie Sanders office about indigenous women and about violence that we face in our communities, about the epidemic of missing indigenous women. And behind me, I saw maybe 100 students who were getting louder and louder and louder, all wearing Make America Great Again hats, began to do, it looked like it was a mock haka, which is Maori tradition, Maori ceremony. And they seemed like they were getting really agitated, and then I saw the Black Hebrew Israelites, who were shouting really, really terrible things, and it kind of seemed like the two groups were going back and forth. I saw the elder that was there, Nathan Phillips, and people around him, but I didn't — what would end up happening, which was them surrounding him, chanting 'build the wall' and youth standing directly in his face in a very leering, aggressive manner."

(Via The Washington Free Beacon)

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