In 2016, Billy Sessions, whose real name is Billy Helton, founded a hate group known as The Hiwaymen in order to participate in the deadly Unite the Right event in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Arkansas-based Confederate group now seems to be struggling, as members are defecting to another group called the Shieldwall Network. That's a group of Nazis.
Other members have taken to spreading info to the public about Billy's diminishing behavior, which has seen him go off in unfettered rages, often fueled with alcohol, where he threatens violence on people he dislikes.
On Monday night - May 27th - Sessions did his nightly live stream on Facebook, while allegedly drunk. The video is a series of rages ranging from Confederate monuments to parenting.
Sessions reveals his early run ins with law enforcement and delinquency, then goes into a tirade about how parents need to beat their children, so they won't grow up to be disrespectful. This after telling his audience his father beat him and how he abused his own son.
There's a lot of disconnect there. He was a delinquent, who grew up to become the violent, unemployed leader of a hate group. Sessions' anger and call for abusing children, as the right way to go, fails to take into account the emotionally unstable adult he became after growing up in such an abusive home.
Billy Sessions also graphically talks about the violence he would wage on those disrespecting Confederate monuments.
His behavior has grown more erratic, angry, and violent since the Hiwaymen showed up and attacked a trans rally in March.
Sessions' live streams are suffering a plummet, as viewers grow tired of his mental decline and abandon the man with narcissistic personality traits.
He's also been struggling for money, as the donations he's been receiving have dried up, forcing the unemployed Hiwaymen to auction off his personal belongings online.
The video aired on May 27th, 2019 on Facebook. You can view it in its entirety at https://www.facebook.com/PatriotPIMPS/videos/847663628944218/
The Hiwaymen's childhood trauma being the victim of an abusive father seems to have caused him to continue the cycle of abuse with his own son.
That cycle of child abuse can be broken.