White nationalist Jason Kessler got embarrassed by his father during a livestream with neo-Nazi Patrick Little.
Jason Kessler is a prominent white supremacist and member of the alt-right, most well known for organizing both Unite The Right rallies. The first rally, in 2017 in Charlottesville, stunned much of the U.S. with attendees openly espousing hate speech while marching through the street with tiki torches. The following day, counter-protester Heather Heyer was killed when a white supremacist drove through a crowd.
Unite The Right 2 was a much smaller event, with only a few dozen aspiring Nazis showing up. But, back in June of this year, Kessler was on a livestream with Patrick Little, who’s another piece of work we’ll get into a bit later, when things went awry.
Unite the Right 2 organizer, Nazi failure Jason Kessler gets yelled at by his dad for being a Nazi while livestreaming w Nazi loser Patrick Little, who admits he may have to sell the boat he's broadcasting from at a loss because he needs money. pic.twitter.com/skmlmtdSAE
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Kessler explains that at this time he was living with his father because of lawsuits that had been brought against him after what happened in Charlottesville.
Now, there’s nothing wrong with having to move back in with your parents for a time. Everyone needs help from time to time. But it’s especially satisfying to see it happen to a guy who organizes Nazi rallies.
Jason’s father Eric told the Washington Post that he “vehemently disapproves” of his son’s actions, and that “the family is dismayed across the board about this situation. We’ve never identified with racial politics.” In fact, Eric Kessler only learned that his son was a white nationalist shortly before the first Unite The Right rally.
Former friends of his even say he supported Barack Obama, but the new Jason Kessler is all racist all the time. And he had an interesting way of explaining his political disagreements with his family to Patrick Little, calling a show about the Holocaust is “anti-German propaganda” in the same way Independence Day is an “anti-alien informercial.”
Like, learning about the Holocaust kind of paints Nazis in a bad light. It’s not the storyteller’s fault, dude.
Little and Kessler’s full conversation was posted to Little’s YouTube channel back on June 28, but Twitter user @FlyingOverTrout found it and chopped up the best parts.
It got shared widely, with commenters having a blast at Kessler’s expense. Someone even created a fake Twitter account for Jason Kessler’s dad.
Kessler himself even took to Twitter to make reference to the interview. He said: “Lot of media interest in a livestream I did with Patrick Little several months ago when I was temporarily staying with some family. I’m no longer living in the Charlottesville area and I disavowed Little months ago.”
Okay, so a couple of things there.
You definitely didn’t disavow him months ago since that livestream is less than two months old, and 2) where did you disavow him? Kessler’s Twitter only has nice things to say about Patrick Little – Kessler even supported him in his failed Senate campaign a few months back. But Kessler’s definitely noticed what a pariah he’s become and is working to change that.
He tweeted that Nazis would not be welcome at Unite The Right 2, and he’s tried to distance himself from people like Richard Spencer and Christopher Cantwell.
Here’s the problem, dude. When you talk about how the U.S. would be better off if the South had won the Civil War, when you say you want to burn pride flags, and talk about “disproportionate Jewish influence” over the media and politics? We’ve got a word for people who believe the things you do. They’re called Nazis.
And just in case you’re tempted, in any way, to feel bad for Kessler getting owned by his dad, after Heather Heyer was killed last year in Charlottesville, he Tweeted: “Heather Heyer was a fat, disgusting Communist. Communists have killed 94 million. Looks like it was payback time.”
So, yeah. Fuck this guy.
Now, to talk briefly about Patrick Little, who might be even worse. Little is a Holocaust-denier who told Newsweek that Adolf Hitler was the second coming of Christ. He’s an advocate for expelling Jews from the United States, so it’ll be no surprise that he frequently records himself walk around American towns with a sign reading “Jews Rape Kids.”
He ran for Senate, attempting to unseat California Senator Dianne Feinstein, and failing miserably. After the California Republican Party kicked him out of their convention, he shot a video outside where he stood on top of an Israeli flag.
He now plans to set up a “regional capital” in Idaho, for which he’s started utilizing a bizarre, anti-semitic robocall.
What’s our point with this video and entry? It’s simple! Fuck Jason Kessler and fuck his Nazi friends!
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