The man who stared into a camera and unabashedly called himself a Nazi then later was arrested on drug and weapons charges might take a plea deal.

Attorneys are negotiating a possible plea agreement to resolve gun-related charges against Jeffrey Clark. FBI agents arrested him after uncovering social media posts where Clark praised the accused Pittsburgh synagogue shooter on a website popular with the alt-right.

The Tree of Life shooting victims “deserved exactly what happened to them and so much worse,” Clark wrote on Gab, a social network that often attracts white nationalists.

Clark’s views became more outspoken after the massacre, leaving his parents no choice but to turn him in to the FBI.

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Clark appeared on antifascists’ radar in April 2017, when he told an African-American videographer near the White House that he considered himself not a fascist – but a Nazi.

The videographer then posted the video to YouTube, with other activists reporting Clark as an active participant in the August 2017 Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville.