Robert Brissette, 42, was pumping gas at a Kanab, Utah, service station Saturday when he got into a beef with a small group of protesters who took offense at the Trump flag on the back of his white pickup truck, Newsweek reported Wednesday.
A video that picks up after the altercation began shows Brissette face-to-face with sign waving protesters.
“Black lives don’t matter. All lives matter,” Brissette shouts. “You look like a little pansy-ass piece of s—t.”
Brissette is then seen on the Twitter video coughing on the demonstrators 11 times, with some shoving him away and fending him off with their signs.
“Oh, I’m so scared of your little f—-g virus,” he said on the video, which had gotten 1.2 million views as of midday Wednesday.
The two sides then exchange F-bombs as Brissette walks back to his truck, with two protesters yelling, “take your hate somewhere else.”
Brissette said on a GoFundMe page he set up after the incident that he was charged by police over the encounter and claimed he was the victim.
The page has a goal of $10,000 but had raised just $50 by Wednesday afternoon.
“Two of the protesters threw rocks at me,” he wrote on the page. “I went to confront them and was totally verbally attacked. So without touching anyone I called out the BLM at this point someone started recording it. During my rant two women hit me.”
“And now I’m being charged with starting it,” Brissette added. “I need help to clear my name against these race beating protesters.”
Kanab Police Chief Tom Cram did not return a call from The Post Wednesday seeking to confirm the charges and obtain details of the incident.
Brissette did not immediately return a call for comment.
Also Wednesday, Brissette updated his Facebook cover photo.
“LIVES MATTER!” the post said. “If you need a color in from of those words, YOU’RE a racist.”
In an earlier post he wrote, “do not believe partial Videos they do not tell the hole (sic) story. A group will only post what they want you to believe.”
“Go die,” one commenter responded.