Watch Neo-Nazi Chris Cantwell cry on camera after learning he may have an arrest warrant in Charlottesville
Cantwell claims that he has a unconfirmed warrant but is scared to go and check
In the video Cantwell also claims that his group are trying to be peaceful at their rallies
A documentary with Vice filmed in the last week shows Cantwell speaking of violent acts
It is hard being a Neo-Nazi in the world today. Just ask known hatemonger Christopher Cantwell who recently uploaded a video in which he is crying after learning he may have a warrant for his arrest.
In the video, Cantwell states, as he desperately tries to hold back tears, that he called the police in Charlottesville to see if he has a warrant, but they were unable to confirm it. Police suggested Cantwell go to a local magistrate to find out, but he is scared to go.
Cantwell goes on to say that he and his race hating white supremacist buddies have done everything in their power to keep things peaceful, despite the fact that they “talk a lot of shit on the Internet.”
Leave Cantwell Alone
The video begins to resemble Chris Crocker’s infamous “Leave Britney Alone” video as Cantwell can barely keep from crying while claiming the white nationalists are the ones under attack. Cantwell even goes as far as to give his phone number for police to call in the video that has gone viral on several outlets.
Charlottesville: Race and Terror
The video of Cantwell crying like a child is the exact opposite of the Cantwell we saw just days ago on Vice’s documentary titled “Charlottesville: Race and Terror.”
In the documentary, Cantwell refers to Trayvon Martin and other high-profile African-American victims of police shootings as “little black assholes who act like savages.” Cantwell also says, in regards to white people being capable of violence, “Of course we’re capable. I’m carrying a pistol. I go to the gym all the time. I’m trying to make myself more capable of violence.”
In the documentary, we also see the aftermath of Cantwell being sprayed with mace and dumping milk on his face. While leaving the area, Cantwell is asked if his group is the true non-violent protesters. Cantwell responds, “I’m not even saying we’re non-violent. I’m saying that fucking we didn’t aggress. We did not initiate force against anyone. We’re not non-violent. We’ll fucking kill these people if we have to.”
After learning of the death of Heather Heyer, Cantwell shows no empathy and even says that it will be hard for his group to top the rally in Charlottesville. Cantwell also says a lot of people are going to die before this is over, but then doubles back on his words after being asked what he means by that. Cantwell’s chilling words to Vice make it very hard to believe what he said while crying to his audience on Wednesday.