Michael Rapaport delivered one of his popular video rants on Saturday, August 12, this time addressing white nationalist demonstrators who took to the University of Virginia campus carrying tiki torches the night prior.

Several hundred predominantly Caucasian men in their 20's and 30's staged a march from the area on the campus' perimeter known as Nameless Field to the rotunda where a statue of Thomas Jefferson was surrounded by anti-fascists anticipating their arrival. They shouted such slogans as "Jew will not replace us" and "one people, one nation, end immigration," but those chants would shift as fights broke out with counter protesters and arrests were being made. "White lives matter" and "Anti white," the group then began chanting.

Rapaport took notice of the age and sleek fashion sense of some of the alt-right types, and mocked them for being out at a protest on a Friday night in the Summer time. After suggesting they plan their time trying to hook up with a love interest, Rapaport pulled their militancy cards, saying, "You ain't s**t! If you was really trying to get it popping you would've taken your little Ed Sheeran protest right over there to Virginia Beach or Newport News, and you would've got your tiki torches stuffed up your a**."