WATCH: Univision anchor interviews Ku Klux Klan leader at his home and it does NOT go well at all

A Univision anchor interviewed a KKK leader at his home in North Carolina and, as you might expect, it didn’t go well. In fact the imperial wizard called the Univision anchor a ‘nigger’ and a ‘mongrel’ to her face.


CNN – Univision is the latest outlet to provide an intimate glimpse of white supremacy.

On Sunday, the Spanish language broadcaster aired a tense and startling encounter with a Ku Klux Klan leader named Chris Barker.

Appearing at his home in North Carolina, Barker threatened Univision anchor Ilia Calderón, a Colombian immigrant, asking her at one point why she doesn’t “go back.”

“Are you going to chase me out of here?” Calderón said.

“No, we’re going to burn you out,” Barker replied.

“He’s not saying physically to you,” Barker’s wife, Amanda Barker, interjected.

“Physically we are,” he said. “You’re sitting on my property now.”

Chris Barker, the “imperial wizard” of the Loyal White Knights of the KKK in Pelham, North Carolina, turned hostile when he discovered that he would be interviewed by Calderón, who is black. At one point, he told her that he is “way more superior than you’ll ever be.”

“I’ve been here over 20 years and we’ve never had a black person or whatever you want to call yourself, you’re a mongrel to me,” Barker told her during the interview. “We’ve never had one. We don’t let them around.”

Calderón told the Washington Post that Univision arranged the interview with both Barker and his wife months in advance. Barker was told that the interview would be conducted by a Hispanic “woman of color.” According to Calderón and her producer, Barker expected to be interviewed by a light-skinned Hispanic reporter.

Calderón stood up for herself throughout the interview, telling Barker that she isn’t defined by her skin color and saying it was “offensive” when he called her the N-word.

“I don’t give a flying f*ck,” he shot back. “You can call me a cracker.”

There’s just no way around it, these people are disgusting. And what’s worse is they use God and Christianity to justify themselves. It’s really despicable.

That said when you interview a racist, they are likely going to say very racist things. So I do wonder what the purpose of an interview like this is….education? Ratings? Don’t we already know these people exist?

Here are more clips from Univision:

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