Viral streamer Sneako — an extreme misogynist associated with white nationalist figures — recently appeared at an event for former President Donald Trump where he interviewed Nevada Lt. Gov. Stavros Anthony.
Sneako, real name Nico Kenn De Balinthazy, is a misogynistic manosphere influencer with ties to white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and pro-Hitler rapper Ye (formerly Kanye West). Sneako has refused to condemn Hitler and attacked Jewish people online, saying that “the Nazis had drip” and that the swastika is “aesthetically pleasing.” He also previously spoke at one of Fuentes’ antisemitic rallies.
Sneako appeared at a February 8 celebration for Trump’s win in the Nevada GOP caucuses. During the event, he interviewed Anthony about his support for Trump as part of a stream on Rumble.
“We were in great shape during the four years he was president,” Anthony told Sneako, who identified himself as “Hubert” and seemed unfamiliar with the Nevada lieutenant governor. “We are in the toilet today because of Joe Biden, and this state wants Donald Trump back as president of the United States.”
Earlier in the stream, an attendee in the crowd recognized Sneako as an associate of Fuentes, asking, “You know Nick, right?”
Sneako responded by shaking his head yes, putting a finger to his lips in a shush motion, and later saying, “We’ll talk off camera about all that.”
While taking pictures with fans, one person next to Sneako exclaimed, “America First! Nick Fuentes is the best! … Donald Trump, Nick Fuentes is the future! Muslims suck!”
“Oh man, a groyper in real life,” Sneako said after the fans walked away.
After interviewing more attendees, Sneako explained to his chat why he was at the event.
“Reminder, make sure, everybody, clip this stuff,” Sneako said. “Clip up this stream, send it around, man, and we’ll be able to influence an election. We’re waking people up doing this.”