A member of the Kentucky high school group that taunted a Native American man at the Lincoln Memorial has been filmed quietly waiting for his bus, new shocking footage shows.
The boys from Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills were at a March for Life event in Washington DC on Friday to protest against abortion, and were widely criticized after footage of them taunting a Native American man went viral.
But another clip, uploaded to Twitter yesterday by Iama Twat, shows a teenage boy calmly stating, almost in a whisper,: 'Is the bus here yet? It's darn cold here." as he stands patiently with his friends.
The boy to his left can be heard saying '"I think it will be here soon." In a short video taken during the altercation between Covington High School students and some nutters.
While it is unclear if the boy is a student at Covington, he is standing amidst those from the original viral video who have been confirmed as its students.
He is also wearing a sweatshirt and hat with the Cincinnati Bengals logo, a team based less than four miles from Covington school.
After having blurted out the comment, the boy turns his head from the camera.
The latest appalling video, showing a group of kids acting like a group of kids has set the internet on fire.
One man said, "I can't believe kids today...acting like kids of yesteryear, today...and probably the future. Just being teenagers. It's shocking. Tear down that wall Mr. President...""