The video caused quite a stir when it was shown in January on social media appeared. On the images was Nicholas Sandmann (16) from Covington, Kentucky to see, with the familiar red ‘Make America Great Again’-pet of Donald Trump on the head, and a seemingly challenging grin on his face. He stood nose to nose with a man of indian origin, Nathan Phillips (64).Read also Confrontation Trump supporters and indian-American: the real story behind the viral video Abortion
Sandmann showed together with some other teenagers to Washington DC down for a demonstration against abortion; Phillips participated in the ‘march of the Indigenous People’. And it was a other participant of that last mars images made and shared: a short film on Instagram, and a longer version on YouTube. the
The short film was, however, only viral when it was shared by a twitter account with the name Talia. “This MAGA-loser is gleeful an American of indian descent is difficult”, stood there. In no time, looking at millions of people the images. And there came a storm of reactions.