WATCH: AWOL Marine Nathan Phillips Lies AGAIN – Claims There’s Video Proof Covington Kids Were Chanting “Build the Wall!”
Fake Vietnam Veteran and far left activist Nathan Phillips appeared on NBC’s “Today” show on Thursday to spread more lies about the Catholic Covington teens.
Phillips played victim Thursday morning in his interview with Savannah Guthrie and claimed that he heard the Covington teens chanting “Build the wall!” and there’s video proof of it online.
Savannah Guthrie asked Phillips if he heard the kids chanting “build the wall!” and pointed out that it is not audible in any of the video clips online.
Phillips replied, “You know, I did hear that and I have seen some out there on the ‘internets’ where you can hear them saying “build that wall.”
This is an outright lie. There is no video of the children chanting “build the wall!” and even if they did, it is not a crime.
WATCH PHILLIPS LIE AGAIN:
Nathan Phillips is a serial liar and he has a violent criminal record and even escaped from jail while he was in the Marines.
“I don’t wear my veteran stuff here you know. I mean, I got the flag and I showed a couple pictures and I got other things too. I got some little medallions and medals that were given to me, and I had a lot more stolen from me. You know?” Phillips says, which is stealing valor.
Phillips hilariously claimed that he doesn’t “talk much” about his “Vietnam times.” In reality, this lie seems to be one of his favorite subjects.
Phillips also posted a “Vietnam War Veteran” medallion on his page on Veteran’s Day last year.
Retired US Navy SEAL Don Shipley, who is known for publicly outing people for ‘stolen valor,’ obtained Phillips’ DD-214 form and exposed the truth.
Phillips originally claimed he was a Recon Ranger — there is no such thing as a Marine Recon Ranger, Rangers are in the Army. He was enlisted under the name Nathaniel Richard Stanard.
“Nathaniel Phillips enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves on May 20th, 1972 and served until May 5th, 1976,” Don Shipley said as he read the DD-214 form. “He served under just four years and was discharged at the exalted rank of ‘Private.’”
Phillips went AWOL THREE TIMES while he was stationed at El Toro Marine Base in Southern California, according to his DD-214 form.
Phillips’ ‘Vietnam times’ in the sunny palm tree-laden paradise of Orange County, California must have been real traumatic.