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Christopher Husary: Tough-Talking Terror Supporter Who Lives at Home With Mommy & Daddy

Over a week ago, a Jewish commuter on his way back from the Nova exhibit was harassed by a terror supporter with a face mask on a NYC subway train.

According to the Jewish man, Josh Savitt, Masked Mr Tough Guy also said:

“Bro, if you only knew who I was.”

Well, we now know who he is. And I cannot stop laughing.

The craven, masked pro-Palestine protester who made the front page of The Post after he allegedly accosted a Jewish man on the subway is a privileged, bicoastal agitator who still lives with mommy and daddy in their $1.8 million California home, The Post can reveal.

Christopher Khamis Victor Husary is an America-hating, former business major with arrests tied to protests in California and NYC — where he even scored a $17,000 payday last month after he claimed he was beaten by cops during a 2020 Black Lives Matter protest in Brooklyn, records show.

“Israel is a terror organization and so is America. The number one terrorist is America,” he declared from his childhood bedroom. Hanging on a curtain rod was the yellow Hezbollah T-shirt he wore June 10 aboard a subway train when he threatened a Jewish stranger who had just visited an exhibit memorializing the victims of the Oct. 7 Hamas attack.

During his hour-long interview with The Post, his mom served coffee, cherries and oranges.

Since graduating from college, his work history has been sporadic at best, with jobs such as dog-walking and “filmmaking.” The self described activist “since the womb” called himself a photojournalist who’s worked music festivals, including Coachella.

His arrests date back to at least 2008, with two misdemeanor cases in Alameda County, Calif., records show.

Husary was also busted for driving under the influence when he was 18, he said.

His roommate, who requested anonymity, lived with Husary on Eldert Street and said he often brought home a disturbing array of “leftist/anarchist” friends “down to burn sh-t randomly.

“I got the idea that he was pretty easily swayed. If I was his older brother I would be really concerned about him being with the wrong group of people,” said the roommate.

Husary sounds like a legend in his own lunchbox. But he better watch out. He might have to move out of his baby bedroom to bunk with Bubba:

In January, he was hit with felony arson, robbery and hate crimes charges during a protest in El Cerrito, Calif., where he allegedly attacked a woman, snatched her Israeli flag and set it on fire, according to reports and a criminal complaint.

And from what I hear, masks cannot save you in the prison shower.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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