A livestreamed conversation with Jason Kessler, a white supremacist rally organizer, was interrupted when Kessler’s father admonished the 35-year-old on video, and told him to get out of his room.
Kessler was one of the main organizers of last year’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where Heather Heyer was killed when a self-described Nazi drove his car into a crowd of protesters. In the video, he was in conversation with Patrick Little, a neo-Nazi who ran as a Republican for the US Senate in California this year. Little’s platform included calling for the United States to be “free from Jews”.
Kessler and Little were deep in conversation about Orthodox Jews, when Kessler’s father cut in.
“Hey!” Kessler’s father can be heard to yell. “You get out of my room!”
“You got a drunk roommate there?” Little asked.
“Something like that,” Kessler responded. His dad then cuts in, saying: “I want this to stop in my room, Jason, this is my room.”
Kessler explains to Little that legal costs associated with last year’s Unite the Right rally meant that he had to move back in with his parents.
The neo-nazis and the Antifa folks have a lot in common.