Jason Kessler: SHUT UP DAD, I'M DOING NAZI STUFF!
Jason Kessler is not having a good week. First, no one came to his special white people party in Washington, D.C. There were like, thirty people there, in total -- which is far fewer people than congregated this weekend in almost any place in America that is not a private residence.
And now, we have all been #blessed with footage of Kessler trying to do a little YouTube with Nazi friend Patrick Little, for the purpose of discussing how bad Jewish people are, earlier this year. This, too, was a big ol' failure after someone busted in and yelled "Hey! You get out of my room!"
"You got a drunk roommate there?" Little asked. At first, Kessler tried to brush it off by saying "Something like that. I got, uh, somebody who supports Orthodox Israeli, like, is, uh, we're at a crosshairs on that stuff."
The voice appears again. "I want this to stop in my room, Jason, this is my room!"
Unite the Right 2 organizer, Nazi failure Jason Kessler gets yelled at by his dad for being a Nazi while livestream… https://t.co/JKPOOqgIUQ— Flyingovertr0ut (@Flyingovertr0ut)1534259021.0
Kessler then explained to Little that the voice is actually his Dad. He has to live with his parents, because he has no money, on account of all the lawsuits filed against him over the violence that occurred in Charlottesville. Also, it's probably pretty hard for him to get a job. Most places likely do not want to be known as the place that employs That Nazi Guy.
He then told Little that his parents -- who are nice enough to support him financially and let him live in their house -- are "cucks" who have been brainwashed by the anti-German propaganda of the History Channel into thinking Nazis are bad. Little commiserates, saying that even he may have to sell his boat, because "Schlomo" will probably get him evicted. Also probably because no one wants to hire a Nazi.
The master race, everybody!
Lots of people have to move in with their parents for financial reasons. Some simply choose to stay with their parents because they actually like being around family more than they like living alone. That is fine! I am not here to judge! However, if you are going to stay with your parents and be supported by them financially -- as appears to be the case here -- the least you can do is not film Nazi propaganda in their bedrooms and then call them "cucked." That is just bad manners.
And now, you may have an OPEN THREAD and laugh at the dumb Nazi a whole bunch.
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