To say that this wan’t the media appearance that the MSM wanted to see would be an understatement but it should have the whole country cheering and clapping.
It’s a lot for anyone to be called out in front of the world for something that happened with the eyes of the world looking on.
It’s even more when the person is a junior in high school and you have media types breathing own your neck.
There are some people that would crumble under that kind of pressure and there are some that just wouldn’t give an inch.
The “Today” show’s Savannah Guthrie landed Covington Catholic High School junior Nick Sandmann for his first television interview, scheduled to air Wednesday.
When the story first broke, with a video that showed Sandmann and fellow students appearing to harass the Native American, Nathan Phillips, near the Lincoln Memorial on Friday, the students were tarred as racists, a virtual mob that targeted an indigenous demonstrator for no good reason.
When the fuller story emerged, it turned out to be a good deal more complicated than that. Phillips was shown to have actually initiated the confrontation.
In the “Today” show interview, scheduled to air Wednesday, Guthrie asked Sandmann if he thought he owed an apology to anyone for his role in the standoff.
“Do you feel from this experience that you owe anybody an apology? Do you see your own fault in any way?”
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) January 22, 2019
To Sandmann’s credit, the answer was not what liberals were probably looking for, but it would make a world of sense to most sane viewers.