A YouTuber called BG Kumbi posed as an antifa activist named “Kevin” on Jesse Watters’ Fox News show, Mediaite reports.
Over the weekend, Watters brought “Kevin” on, saying he was a member of the Boston antifa branch. “Kevin” had taken credit for an anonymous open letter that said, “It is time for liberals and progressives to lose their illusions about the anarchist movement and our tactics because, quite frankly, you have no one else willing to fight for you.”
Watters criticized the call for violence, but “Kevin” pointed out he only wants violence to defend against “racists and xenophobes” that “attack” him and his comrades at peaceful protests. He said “right wing infiltrators” are responsible for riots and vandalism blamed on leftist protestors.
Watters asked if a police horse that was stabbed by an antifa member was a “racist Trump supporter,” Kevin said “yes,” and that the horse was a, “tool of the police” that are “increasingly intolerant” during the Trump presidency.
He said people should “bash the fash.”
“Kevin” is YouTuber BG Kumbi, with 27,000 followers on Youtube. He put up his “Fox News debut” in the “comedy” category.
Comments under the video included:
“this is f**king real,” “I never knew kumbi could troll on this level,” and “this is actually real lmao.”
(image via screengrab)