I don't know if it's criticism of Jews when you look at his past conduct. I'm usually pretty skeptical of this stuff, BECAUSE of how it's been misused and abused, but his conduct tells me that he's a bona fide antisemite. Just like alot of his ilk, they hide behind seven layers of irony otherwise they get stomped from life. His little disclaimer about not being a white nat doesn't really make sense, It reeks of someone saying 'No homo' after telling you they love slobbering down on a big dick.Ok, take this is as a somehow "edgy" take, but I don't see him as an anti-semitic. I think the problem here could be cultural.
I mean, he it's accused of being an anti-semite by people who also speak openly about their disagreements and dislike for Muslims and their culture and how they don't want to adapt to Western society. Why is that not considered hateful while the other one is? Either both are hateful or neither is. And you see the people who say that "islamophobic" is not a real word, using "anti-semitic" quite loosely to their convenience.
Now, Brits have a natural dislike for Germans. And Spaniards arent' very much into French people. It's a cultural thing. It happens. So, if Fuentes was raised by his father who still got some of his Latino background, then, American or not, he was probably raised talking openly about things that are more naturally discussed in Latin America. Here, you have people openly saying what they don't like about many groups, including, of course, Jews. In Spain isn't that odd either to have certain opinions about Jews.
I'm not saying this is the case nor I'm defending him, but I'm just entertaining the idea that, maybe, Nick is just doing what he's been raised to believe and, for him, there is nothing wrong with criticism towards Jews in the same way Ben Shapiro believes there is nothing wrong on his criticisms of Muslim culture.
When you call everyone a nazi, you let the actual whitenats and whatever slip the net.