But when Radio Wehrwolf co-host Dion alleged that Heyer was never struck by Fields’ car, Kessler set the record straight — despite referring to the situation as a “car accident” — and contradicted his comrades in the process. “That’s one of the things that we’ve gotta correct,” Kessler said, noting that he himself was the target of unproven allegations by websites like InfoWars.
Kessler stated unequivocally that Heyer was “definitely hit by the car,” that video footage showed her “marching dead-up the center of that street,” and that there was “no way that car didn’t hit her.”
He also quoted a friend of his as saying Heyer was “caught under the car and was dragged for a while.” And this is coming from the same guy who called Heyer’s death “payback time” and smeared her as a “fat disgusting Communist.”
He also revealed that he’s moving toward outright Holocaust denial, promoting the works of discredited, anti-Semitic historian David Irving. According to Kessler, Irving has a “very nuanced position on the so-called Holocaust” which is that no Jews were exterminated at Auschwitz, and that the gas chambers were a post-War fabrication.