White Supremacist Takes Off His Clothes And Says, "I Just Came Here For Fun," After Being Chased By Protesters

White Supremacist Takes Off His Clothes And Says, "I Just Came Here For Fun," After Being Chased By Protesters

"You're a complete piece of sh*t, and you're scared because you think racism is a game."

Published August 17, 2017

A new and troubling video has emerged from the Charlottesville rally wherein a white man claimed he wasn't actually a white supremacist, but was just there "for fun."

In the video, recorded and shared by GQ's CJ Hunt, someone who appears to be a white supremacist marching with neo-Nazis is chased by protesters. Once fear starts to kick in, he takes off his white supremacist shirt and says that he is not actually "white power" but he just marched for "fun."

  1. When questioned, the unknown white man says, “It’s kind of a fun idea, just being able to say, ‘white power,’ you know?”

    No. We don't know, and we never will.

    Eventually that man realizes his definition of fun is problematic as hell, and he walks away from the camera. Little did he know, the encounter would soon be published for the world to see.

  2. As it turns out, many people took issue with the man's use of the word "fun"
  3. Some also believed that if white supremacy seems fun, it's because you're actually a racist

    As the age old expression goes, if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and screams, "white power," while doing the Nazi salute, then that's one racist duck.

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: GOcjhunt via Youtube)

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