Kyle Kashuv, a trainee at Marjory Douglas Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida, at the time of a mass shooting that killed 17 of his peers and personnel last year, is calling out the leftist media for trashing a high schooler since he supports President Donald Trump and uses a Make America Great Again hat.

The fake news about a teenager from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky unfolded over the weekend, after Nick Sandmann and fellow trainees went to Washington, DC, for the March for Life, and also paid a see to the Lincoln Memorial, where critics faced them.

The Media has bent over in reverse to protect my Parkland Highschool liberal peers, no matter what outrageous things they have said.

And now they have tried to ruin a highschool kid’s life, over phony news.

What changed?

The student was a Trump Fan.

— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) January 21, 2019

Much of the media ran with a short video that seemed to reveal the trainees confronting a Native American male. Once the entire video footage appeared it was clear that a group of self-described Black Hebrew Israelites from the D.C. area ridiculed the students, and Native American Nathan Phillips got in the scene beating a drum.

Kashuv, who spoke out for gun rights after his high school associates required gun control after the shooting, pointed out on Twitter that the same media praised the Parkland students for speaking out against weapon ownership.

” The Media has bent over in reverse to defend my Parkland Highschool liberal peers, no matter what outrageous things they have stated,” Kashuv tweeted on Monday. “Now they have actually attempted to destroy a high school kid’s life, over fake news.”

” What altered?” Kashuv tweeted. “The trainee was a Trump Supporter.”

The conservative Pivotal moment USA is called on the video Kahuv published with the tweet.

” Last night the leading story was phony news about a lot of high school kids checking out D.C.,” Kashuv stated in the video, showing one of the short clips that first appeared of the alleged encounter.

” Let’s see the clip that the media lost their minds over and jumped to conclusions about,” Kashuv stated in the video. “The mainstream media declared that these kids harassed the Native American male. But that could not be further from the truth.”

Kashuv said the students were faced with “racist, homophobic” slurs.

” They stayed calm and did not reciprocate,” Kashuv stated. “They did definitely nothing incorrect.”

The media entirely lied about the story,” Kashuv stated. “They did so because the left is hungry to find anything they can to blast Trump supporters.”

Kashuv showed a video clip where a 71-year-old with a pro-Trump sign was considered by a couple of more youthful individuals.

” Where was the media outrage then?” Kashuv stated.

Kashuv condemned the hatred revealed for Sandmann and the other young guys, including some on social networks who have promoted acts of violence versus them.

While some explained Sandmann’s smile and silence as smug and big-headed, Kashuv applauded his behavior.

” He stood high and looked at the other male face to face,” Kashuv said.

Sandmann provided a statement about the occasion, which was released by media outlets and stated, in part:

The protestor everybody has actually seen in the video started playing his drum as he waded into the crowd, which parted for him. I did not see anybody try to obstruct his course. He locked eyes with me and approached me, coming within inches of my face. He played his drum the entire time he was in my face.

I never engaged with this protestor. I did not speak with him. I did not make any hand gestures or other aggressive relocations. To be sincere, I was stunned and confused regarding why he had actually approached me. We had already been screamed at by another group of protestors, and when the second group approached, I was fretted that a circumstance was getting out of control where grownups were trying to provoke teenagers.

I thought that by remaining stationary and calm, I was helping to diffuse the situation. I realized everyone had electronic cameras which possibly a group of adults was trying to provoke a group of teenagers into a larger dispute. I said a quiet prayer that the scenario would not leave hand.

Sandmann said he is a “faithful Christian and practicing Catholic,” who appreciates people and would not take action that would result in violence.

Covington Catholic High School, an all-male independent school, released a declaration denouncing the trainees but has not published any other statements considering that the longer variation video has actually appeared.

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