“The thing that is really funny is that they’re like, ‘Yeah, you have an idea, Roosh’.
And I’m like, no, I’m not.
And I think they’re probably scared that I’m gonna go off and do something like that.”
The comedian was also confronted by a man who claimed to be from New York, and asked how he could be a “white nationalist”.
He was subsequently denied entry to the US.
“That was kind of the most awkward moment, because he’s like, what’s your ethnicity?”
Roosh says of the man.
“I mean, I don’t even know who that is.
I can’t tell you.”
Roosh has repeatedly said that he believes in “white genocide”, a phrase he says he coined in 2013, when he said he had “a very strong desire” to see the “white race” wiped out.
His followers have made a living off of promoting the idea that the US has a “black population” and that white people are not “good people”.
Roosh was also recently targeted in an online campaign by a group calling itself “Black Liberation Army” that said it was an organisation of “anti-racist” and “anti-“white” protesters.
They’re white nationalists. “
You’re a complete fool.
They’re white nationalists.
They have a huge agenda and their goal is to destroy all of us,” the post read.
“So I’m sorry, but I’m just going to shut up.
I’m done with this.
I just want to tell you that you’re stupid.
You’re not the problem.
I’ve seen the footage, and I’ve done it before. I don