Charlottesville

34-year-old Jason Kessler, who organized the deadly 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, just revealed to his alt-right followers that he lives with his dad, and uses his father’s bedroom as a broadcast studio.

During a livestream with neo-Nazi podcaster Patrick Little, Kessler embarrassingly admitted to viewers that he lives with his parents — who are not fans of his ideology — after his dad is heard yelling at him to get out of his bedroom.

“Hey! You get out of my room!” Kessler’s father is heard saying off-camera while Little opines about how the Russian mafia is secretly controlled by Jews.

“Sorry, I’m having an issue here,” Kessler said.

“I want this to stop in my room, Jason. This is my room,” his dad said, interrupting Kessler explaining that his father disagrees with his anti-Semitic beliefs.

After the exchange, Kessler said he’s been forced to live with his parents due to the high cost of all the lawsuits Charlottesville residents have filed against him (his father told The Washington Post that he “vehemently disapproves” of what his son does) and added that his parents watch the History Channel.

“It’s constant anti-German propaganda, like, ‘The Nazis!’ ‘The Jews!’ ” Kessler complained. “They’re cucked.”

Little then opened up about his own tenuous financial situation, saying that he keeps his boat as a backup option in the event his landlord evicts him.

“This is my toy from when I used to make good money,” Little said of his boat. “I will be renting it out and stuff to try and cover expenses or else I’ll have to sell it at a huge loss.”

“Fund my company, give me some revenue,” Little pleaded. “My coffers are running pretty low since the election.”

Watch video of the exchange below:

 

Nick Jewell is a freelance political writer, and a proud resident of Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Email him at nickjewell@yahoo.com. 

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