Protester From Antifa Calls Police Horse Racist in Strange Interview – VIDEO

Jesse Watters brought a protester from Antifa on his show Sunday. During this strange interview, the protester from Antifa calls the police horse racist.

Kevin is a member of  Boston Antifa stabbed a police horse in the neck with a knife. During the interview, Watters brought this up to Kevin. “What about when an ANTIFA member stabbed a police horse in the neck with a knife,” Watters mentioned. “Was the horse a racist Trump supporter?”

“Yes,” Kevin replied.

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“I didn’t know horses could vote,” Watters said while chuckling.

Watch the video.

What a completely insane interview. It’s hard to imagine this guy was serious when he said that a horse can be racist. Perhaps he is a troll that is making fun of Antifa.

One thing is for sure, Antifa is completely insane. They promote violence and are accomplishing nothing with their actions. No matter what they do, Donald J. Trump will be their president. No amount of pouting, protest or violence is going to change that.

What do you think about the actions of this childish protesters from Antifa? Do you think they are accomplishing anything with these types of interviews?

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