"Facebook and Instagram is one thing but not being able to participate in the financial system because of your political opinions is something that, you know, people should worry about in America". With countless law enforcement officers unpunished for taking a black life, racial protest, and Donald Trump as our President we should have saw this coming. The Daily Stormer, a site frequented by Mr Cantwell and other white supremacists, was banned by both USA domain host GoDaddy and search giant Google.
"We showed our rivals we won't be cowed", Cantwell told VICE.
"I'm armed, I do not want violence with you", Cantwell tells police. He said that while he admits to engaging in violence in Charlottesville, he felt it was only in defense of himself and others. We make a lot of [decisions] every day that are tough.
First, for context, here's the pre-Charlottesville protests Cantwell swaggering around, thrilled to be at the gathering of white supremacists and Nazis, and showing off the arsenal of deadly firepower he brought with him to Virginia. Spotify says it is also reviewing others bands listed in Digital Music News' article. This was not one of them.
The film sees a Vice crew embed with Christopher Cantwell, a speaker at the "Unite the Right" rally which took place on Friday and Saturday.
"I carry a pistol".
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In a sit-down interview, Cantwell explains why he is not stopped on the street: "I find that when I carry a gun, people are very unlikely to hit me". He was also banned from Facebook.
Cantwell also was featured this week in a Vice news documentary on Charlottesville aired on HBO earlier this week. "I'm here to spread ideas, talk, in the hopes that somebody more capable will come along...somebody like Donald Trump who does not give his daughter to a Jew".
Of Heyer's death, Cantwell says "I think it was more than justified", he says.
The 22-minute "Vice News Tonight" episode offered an on-the-ground account of the clash between white supremacists and antifascists, and most notably, the vehicle attack that killed counter-protester Heather Heyer.
Cantwell's tear-filled video went viral across the internet on Wednesday, especially in the wake of VICE's popular documentary on the violent weekend.
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