Media Lying AGAIN About Covington Kids, Claim They ‘Wore Blackface’ At School Game

After three days of lying about the Catholic kids at Covington High School, it appears that the media is not done lying about them yet. This time a false report about the kids wearing “blackface” at a school basketball game is being circulated as if it is recent.

The media has been working over time to destroy these teenagers since the fake news video that liberals claimed showed a group of Catholic school boys from Kentucky mocking a group of Native Americans. It turns out it was all a lie.

But the lies keep on coming. The latest lie came from the New York Daily News:

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A photo said to be featuring Covington Catholic High School students clad in blackface during a 2015 basketball game made the rounds on Twitter Monday morning amid last week’s Indigenous Peoples March controversy.

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The photo depicts several white students, some in blackface, shouting at an opposing black player.

The paper pointed to an out-of-context tweet by another leftist liar:

But a former student of the high school notes that this is all fake news. The black-out game was not held in 2015 like the paper claims.

According to former Covington student Ryan Toler, that game depicted in the Tweet was from 2012.

Further, it had nothing to do with “racism.”

The school has held all sorts of game themes. Hawaiian themes, white-out days, and games where everyone is painted in blue from head to toe.

Other students also jumped to Twitter to knock down the media lies:

It’s all just another example of the left trying to smear these innocent kids.

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