Do you know who Christopher Cantwell is? He’s the host of the “alt-right” radio show “Radical Agenda”, and was featured in the must-see Vice video “Charlottesville: Race and Terror” about the Nazi marches and demonstrations this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In the Vice video, Cantwell stated the reason he got into the “racial stuff” as this:
“When the Trayvon Martin case happened, you know, and Michael Brown and Tamir Rice and all these different things happened – every single case, it’s some little black asshole behaving like a savage, and he gets himself in trouble, shockingly enough.”
Moments later he added:
“Fellow white people are generally not inclined to such behavior.”
Later in the video, he showed off the multiple weapons he’d brought to the Charlottesville demonstration and said that the murder of Heather Heyer was “justified,” that the Right was just “meeting the market demands for violence.”
Today, however, the tough guy suddenly doesn’t sound so tough after finding out that there might be a warrant out for his arrest. In a video, he is literally crying for over four minutes while complaining about being persecuted by his enemies.
He states, tearfully: “We have done everything in our power to keep this peaceful,” without even the smallest hint that he senses the irony that anyone who’s watched the Vice video will spot immediately. He goes on to address police officers, saying “I’m terrified. I’m afraid you’re gonna kill me, I really am,” and then blabbers on about how he only engaged in the melee because he didn’t have his gun and that he’s afraid when he doesn’t have his gun. That’s why he has to stop threats before they get serious.
Near the end, the “tough guy” whines that “everybody and their mother wants to f*cking ruin his life,” and tells any police officer watching that they can call him if they want him to turn himself in.
It seems the white supremacists aren’t so “supreme” when the law comes calling, doesn’t it?
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Watch the video below:
If you want to watch any more of what a tough guy he was before, here is a before and after video:
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