A new video of the MAGA hat boys from Covington Catholic High School has allegedly emerged, and it's just as repulsive and shocking as the others.
This latest clip has been shared to Twitter by lawyer and feminist Amee Vanderpool, and allegedly shows members of the same group shouting profanities about rape.
Halfway through the six-second clip, one of the boys in the group shouts:
It’s not rape if you enjoy it!
Taking to Twitter, she posted the clip along with the phrase:
Latest Covington Catholic video from the Lincoln Memorial incident on Friday has surfaced where one of the students yells, 'It's not rape if you enjoy it!' Good luck spinning this one...
A longer segment of the same footage was posted to YouTube, and the moment can be seen at the 13:40 mark here.
Vanderpool then posted another video of the moment, with more context, in which another boy can be heard saying:
He does not go to Covington!
In a tweet she wrote:
Here is another video of a longer version of the same exchange where one of the boys says 'he doesn't go to Covington' but it's hard to tell if he means that literally or if he's embarrassed in front of the girls and making a joke.
Earlier this week, another viral video emerged reportedly showing Covington Catholic students at the march on January 18 'harassing' young women as they walked past. The group can be seen wearing Make America Great Again caps and yelling at the women as they walk past.
The latest video has emerged after footage of Nick Sandmann, a Covington Catholic High School student, went viral after he confronted a Native American protester Nathan Phillips at the Indigenous People's March in Washington. Sandmann was wearing a Make America Great Again cap and stared smugly into Phillips' face for an extended period of time.
The video has become synonymous with white privilege and white nationalism, as well as a symbol of 'Trump's America'.
Since it went viral, Covington Catholic High School and the Diocese of Covington released a joint statement:
We condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students towards Nathan Phillips specifically, and Native Americans in general, Jan. 18, after the March for Life, in Washington, D.C.
We extend our deepest apologies to Mr. Phillips. This behavior is opposed to the Church’s teachings on the dignity and respect of the human person.