If it wasn't confirmed after five seasons of Breaking Bad, his brief cameo in El Camino definitely seals the deal - Walter White is evil. While the worst things Walter White does in pursuit of money and power are pretty obvious to anyone watching the show, there are also several more subtle examples of his maliciousness strewn throughout the series - evidence that the man they call Heisenberg was always the bad guy of the story.
It shouldn't take much to convince even the most dedicated Walt stans that cooking blue, taking lives, and infecting children are all evil deeds - but the misdeeds of Breaking Bad's protagonist go much deeper than that, and permeate the core of his being. Just ask Jane Margolis. A re-watch of the series with an eye for Walter White's immorality reveals a character who will do just about anything as long as it benefits him - and perhaps a man who broke bad long before he started manufacturing the purest substance on the underground market.
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Telling Jesse That He Let Jane Choke Just To Hurt Him
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Being The 'Evil Juice Box Man'
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Whistling As He Works After Participating In A Child's Untimely Demise
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Sending In His Neighbor As A Decoy When His House Is Being Watched By Hitmen
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Lying To Andrea About Jesse Just To Draw Him Out Of Hiding
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Assuming Ignorance When One Of Jesse's Closest Friends Is Slain