White Supremacist Bashes Trump And Ivanka For One Sick Reason

Saturday’s stunning events in Charlottesville led to a ton of eyes being opened to some harsh realities. There’s a lot of hatred out there, and there are people that reside within our borders that have despicable views. As the Daily Mail shares, comments from some of the white nationalists have been making the rounds, and that helps drive home the point of how warped they really are.

Christopher Cantwell is a spokesman for something known as ‘Unite the Right,’ and he was a co-organizer of the Charlottesville rally that led to all of the carnage we watched unfold. He was interviewed by HBO’s ‘Vice News,’ and his words are equal parts disturbing and chilling.

“Somebody like Donald Trump, who does not give his daughter to a Jew,” he said. “I don't think you could feel the way I do about race, and watch that Kushner bastard walk around with that beautiful girl.”

The man with the nauseating way of looking at things would go on to explain that his group is certainly capable of violence.

“Of course we're capable,” he replied. “I'm carrying a pistol, I go to the gym all the time. I'm trying to make myself more capable of violence. I'm here to spread ideas, talk, in the hopes that somebody more capable will come along and do that.”

Vice’s footage of the day’s events would include a scene of Cantwell being maced, and he offered up some more thoughts when the cameras caught back up to him.

“We're here obeying the law, we're doing everything we're supposed to do trying to express opinions and the criminals are over there getting their way,” Cantwell said as he poured milk over his face. “That's a foundational problem in our society and whatever you think of my opinion, that is something that is going to put you in danger.”

Cantwell then admitted that he had zero problem using violence to get his point across.

“I'm not even saying we're not violent, I'm saying f***ing we did not aggress, we did not initiate force against anybody,” he added. “We're not non-violent. We'll f***ing kill these people if we have to.”

Despite being maced and seeing the scene around him devolve into chaos that resulted in the death of a counter-protester, Cantwell still felt the rally was worth it.

“The fact that nobody on our side died I would go ahead and call that points for us," he said. 'The fact that none of our people killed anyone unjustly, I think is a plus for us. We showed our rivals we won't be cowed.”

He predicted that even more people would die, but thankfully his prediction proved to be inaccurate.

“People die every day. People die violent deaths all the time. That's part of the reason we want an ethno-state, the blacks are killing each other in staggering numbers,” he continued. “These people want violence, and the riot is just meeting market demand.”

As for the woman that died, Heather Heyer, Cantwell showed zero remorse.

“Sadly because our rivals are a bunch of stupid animals that don't pay attention, they couldn't just get out of the way of his car, and some people got hurt, and that's unfortunate,” he said.

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: MailOnline

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