Very Fine People
It's been a VERY BAD week for white supremacist organizer Brad Nessler. First, he put together that humiliating "Unite the Right" white supremacist rally in Washington, DC that was only able to attract just 25 people. Now, during a live anti-Semitic podcast ranting along with anti-Semite Patrick Little (the neo-Nazi who ran for the U.S. Senate in California and got pummeled in the GOP primary), Nessler's dad humiliatingly interrupts him -- twice, in fact -- yelling at his son to "Get out of my room!"
Nessler, you see, got hit with such costly lawsuits that he'd had to move back home with his parents, who clearly are none-to-pleased with their child. (As he notes to Little, they're the kind of people who watch the History Channel with its "anti-German" propaganda.) He's obviously so embarrassed that when Little -- in the foreground, without the beard -- asks him what's going on, if there's a drunken roommate, he sloughs it off with an awkward, "Something like that." Only when his father keep at him to leave does the truth come up.
They keep trying to make Jewish jokes about the pathetic situation, but even Little himself later off-handedly acknowledges that he may have to sell the boat he's on to pay his expenses.
No doubt these are two of the "very fine people" Trump was referring to when talking about white supremacists.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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