It was a sex tape.
It was shocking.
But it was funny.
And in a way, it was a tribute to a man who had, in recent years, become a symbol of everything wrong with our country.
The video, which was shot by an anonymous woman, shows Roosh V, an anti-feminist and anti-Semite, and a man posing for a selfie, making out, with a gun in one hand and a woman in the other.
The man, who has never been identified, has a shaved head, and appears to be wearing an earpiece.
He is then seen telling the woman, “I love you.
I love you more than life itself.”
He then says, “You’re so beautiful.”
The woman replies, “Love you too.”
The man says, “‘I love her.’
You’re a bitch.”
The video then cuts to a woman who appears to have been taken aback by the man’s comments.
“It’s a lot of words.
I think this guy has lost his mind,” she says.
The woman continues, “What do you expect me to do?”
He replies, with laughter, “If I had a vagina, I’d kill myself.”
After the clip was shared on social media, several people commented on the video, saying it was too much.
“He was making a joke.
He was making fun of the people he was talking to,” said one commenter.
“I hope the people in the video don’t take it as a real threat,” said another.
“The video itself is not rape,” said a third.
“And it shows him getting his dick sucked by a woman,” said the fourth.
The fifth person said, “It doesn’t show him getting raped.
It shows him having sex with a woman.”
“I thought it was very funny.
But he should have been more aware of the language,” said an anonymous commenter.
The creator of the video said he didn’t know who shot it.
“We are not a pedophile organization.
We don’t know how old this guy is, but I think the way he’s talking, it’s pretty disgusting,” said Roosh’s creator.
The clip was also shared by a number of other groups, including the Anti-Defamation League.
The ADL called the video “deeply disturbing” and said that its content “should not be seen as a legitimate form of speech.”
“We strongly condemn any form of sexual assault, especially when it occurs in public spaces,” said ADL Executive Director Jonathan Greenblatt.
The Trump administration has said it has no tolerance for hate speech.
The president has called Roosh a “liar” and has suggested that the video was meant to be funny.
“There’s a great, great video out there that shows what happens when you insult women, or people of color, or anyone else that doesn’t look like you, or you’re a certain way,” Trump said in an interview with the New York Times in December.
“They’re offended, and they’re upset, and you know, I mean, I’m offended.”
The administration also recently banned the “Banned From America” group from entering the United States for life.
The group said in a statement that it was “disgusted and appalled” by the video.
“As we are all human beings, we all have different opinions,” it said.
“But the fact is, in this day and age, where everyone is under constant surveillance by the government, this video is a clear example of why it is absolutely necessary for everyone to be vigilant.”
It’s not the first time the video has been used as a way to criticize Trump.
On Saturday, the Daily Beast reported that the White House is investigating whether a video posted online by an anti-“Pocahontas” activist was a threat to national security.
In November, a video titled “What the hell is a ‘Pocohontas’?” was shared by the Twitter account @PocAHontas, which has since deleted the post.
The account later tweeted that it deleted the video after being contacted by The Hill.
The Hill has reached out to the White Houses Office of Public Engagement for comment.