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‘Operation Stand Your Ground’ Underway After D.C. Confrontation Between Covington Catholic Student Nicholas Sandmann And Native American Activist Nathan Phillips

Posters and stickers of Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann with the words “Stand Your Ground” are appearing in high schools and other locations throughout the United States.

WBKO 13 News recently reported South Warren High School in Warren County, Kentucky has launched an investigation after posters were put up around the athletic complex on campus.

Per their article:

13 News was sent the attached photo Wednesday morning of what appears to be a drawing of Nick Sandmann. Sandmann was involved in an incident between Kentucky high school students and a Native American elder which gained national attention over the weekend.

South Warren High School Students
Credit: WBKO 13

The district has been made aware of the situation and is looking into it.

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Actor James Woods tweeted about the ‘Stand Your Ground’ image a few days ago:

New York Times Reporter Astead Herndon has also mentioned the meme:

The game plan of ‘Operation Stand Your Ground’ is as follows (Source: 4chan) –

  1. Posters go up RIGHT NOW
  2. Do not change the design
  3. Do not commit any vandalism or crimes
  4. Wear a disguise if necessary
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Example of the stickers being used.

UPDATE #1: Here are a few photos ‘Operation Stand Your Ground’ participants have shared so far –

Operation Stand Your Ground Capitol

Operation Stand Your Ground Maple Hall

Operation Stand Your Ground Collage

Operation Stand Your Ground School 2

Operation Stand Your Ground School

UPDATE #2: More photos –