Virginia Police Have Issued Four Arrest Warrants Against 'Nazi Crybaby' Christopher Cantwell

Cantwell went viral via a Vice News documentary on Charlottesville and a selfie video of him crying over being a wanted man.

America’s biggest crybaby racist may finally be getting what’s coming to him.

Four arrest warrants have been issued by the Albemarle County (Virginia) Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office for neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell. Cantwell was featured in Vice’s infamous documentary about the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

According to the New York Times, the now-dubbed “Nazi Crybaby” faces four felony warrants related to the “illegal use of gases, and injury by caustic agent or explosive.” It stems from a photo captured of him spraying pepper spray in a man’s face.

“I thought that spraying that guy was the least damaging thing I could do,” he told the newspaper. “In my left hand I had a flashlight. My other option, other than the pepper spray, was to break this guy’s teeth. OK? And I didn’t want to do that. I just wanted him to not hurt me.”

You didn’t want to get hurt, so you pepper sprayed someone? Interesting.

Anyway, Cantwell went on to reiterate that he didn’t do anything wrong and that he’s not scared of anyone trying to attack him even though we saw that video of him crying like a little snowflake.

“I don’t think I did anything wrong, and I’m looking forward to my day in court,” he also told the Times. “The problem is that my country has descended to a point where your political opinions get you charged with felonies, and that’s what I’m upset about. I get a little emotional about the fact that all this is going on, and now people want to throw me in prison because I want to save my race and nation.”

Sure, buddy. Check out the full New York Times piece on Christopher Cantwell here.

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