On Tuesday, Fox News host Jesse Watters responded to a question about the worst crime he’s ever committed with, “The worst thing I’ve everdone is get into a fight.
That’s the worst.”
Watters made the statement during an appearance on “Hannity” when host Sean Hannity questioned what he considers to be the worst act he’s committed in the last year.
“I guess it would be to try and take down someone, to try to intimidate somebody,” Watters said, referring to a case in which he punched a man in the face.
“You know what I mean?”
The “HANNITY” host went on to accuse Watters of trying to “tear down the law” on his show by claiming he was the victim of a hate crime because of his race.
“The only time I was ever the victim is the one time I got punched in the mouth,” Watterson said.
“I don’t know if I have any hate crime law violations, because that’s not me.
I’ve been a part of the law for 10 years, and I’m not the only one.
I’m just not the first.
So I don’t think I have anything to do with it.”
Waters went on a rant about his violent past, arguing that he had not committed any crimes since the age of 18.
“It’s like if you have an injury, and then you try and run, that’s the only way to keep going,” Watkins said.
“[I] can’t run.
I can’t throw punches.
I just can’t.
I have to go in and get my mouth fixed.
And then, after I fix it, then I’m out.”
The Fox News contributor then compared his violent history to that of a member of the Klu Klux Klan.
“If you’ve got a white man who’s got an injury that’s causing you pain, and you’re trying to run and run around the corner, you’re not going to stop, you know, because the white man has got to stop,” Waters said.
“This is the same thing.
It’s the same as the KKK.”
Watch the full segment above.