“I knew he had issues,” Gurighian said. “He really was not — he definitely beat to the beat of his own drum. He was anti-gay, anti-black, anti-Jewish, you name it, everybody that really wasn’t white and wasn’t a white supremacist didn’t belong in the world, that’s what he used to say to me all the time.”
She later said that in spite of identifying as a white supremacist, he also said he was part of the Seminole tribe. The tribe has since distanced themselves from him.
At one point, Bolduan also point blank if Sayoc identified as a white supremacist.
“Yes, he called himself a white supremacist and he called himself a Nazi supporter,” Gurighian replied.