This happened a few days ago but people keep telling me they haven’t seen it. In the video you’ll see that Barron’s support of Chavez doesn’t sit too well with Housley.
Some background on Barron from Wikipedia:
He is often regarded as a racist and radical leftist, holding to beliefs he formed while in the Black Panther Party, which is no longer in existence. Some critics have called Barron a die-hard rebel fighting for black issues that are no longer relevant. He claims that criticisms of him being a “revolutionary” or “over-the-top” on black issues are simply the result of ignorance on the part of his white colleagues; he has, however, used the term “elected revolutionary” to describe himself. He is adamant on his issues, claiming that they are still important today, such as the issue of reparations for slavery:
“America—from 1789 to 1865, America—American government supported the institution of slavery. You don’t tell Jewish people to forget about the Holocaust. We don’t tell the Japanese people to forget about their oppression. When you are engaged in those kinds of crimes, you have to pay the debt. They don’t mind inheriting the riches from slavery. Nobody says, ‘Well, all of this money that was generated by the government, by private corporations, by private estates’—if you can inherit the wealth from slavery, then you must inherit the crime and responsibility from slavery.”
Barron received reprimands and a certain amount of notoriety for a remark he made during a 2002 reparations rally:
“I want to go up to the closest white person and say, ‘You can’t understand this, it’s a black thing’ and then slap him, just for my mental health.”
He has also shown support for Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, in an interview with Tucker Carlson, calling him a “Humanitarian”.