Michael Rapaport Blasts Alt-Right as ‘Nazi C—suckers,’ ‘Racist Pricks’

“They don’t like you if you’re gay, you’re Asian, you’re Spanish. Dominican, Puerto Rican, Jewish, black, anything that isn’t pure white mayonnaise-eating motherf—–s,” actor says

Actor and director Michael Rapaport rejected the phrase “alt-right” Friday, saying members of the movement are more accurately described as “racist pricks,” “Nazi c—suckers” and “scumbags.”

“We’re not giving you that name. We’re not giving you the gentrified name, which is really just a racist f–k. A black, Jew, Asian-hating mother f—er. We’re not calling you the alt-right, the nationalists. We’re not giving you this gentrified name,” Rapaport said on Friday’s edition of the “I am Rapaport Stereo Podcast.”

Co-host Gerald Moody chimed in that the group should be known as “haters of the human family.”

Rapaport said that whatever you call them, don’t refer to them as the alt-right.

“Don’t be fooled into these gentrified names they’re insisting to be called. F— that. Call them exactly what they are. They f—ing hate you. They don’t like you. Don’t be fooled and suckered into it,” Rapaport said. “If they had their chance, they’d ball bat you in the back of the head. The alt-right. I’ll give you the alt right in your ass. How about that?”

Rapaport went on to list more appropriate names for the group, including “s— stain,” “f— heads” and “KKK c—.”

Rapaport said people shouldn’t boycott products that are supported by the group because they “shouldn’t dictate anything.”

“If they say it’s theirs, reclaim it,” he said. “These people are violent and they do not like you…. They don’t like you if you’re gay, you’re Asian, you’re Spanish. Dominican, Puerto Rican, Jewish, black, anything that isn’t pure white mayonnaise-eating motherf—ers.”

Richard B. Spencer, the leading ideologue of the alt-right movement, delivered a speech last month in Washington D.C. in which he quoted Nazi propaganda and argued that America belongs to white people.

President-elect Donald Trump recently ejected the beliefs of alt-right movement, telling the New York Times, “I disavow the group.”