Does the F2 on the stick create a counter clockwise moment or is it
just a force acting in the x direction, I need to know so I know in
which of the equilibrium equations I put it.
Yes, it creates a counter clockwise moment on the beam and it is also a force in the x direction. It's not clear from the drawing what is going on at the left side of the beam, but it looks like the application of a force-couple (pure moment).
In any event, the fact that there is a vertical extension of the beam and a horizontal force on it, does not complicate the problem. Just treat it as another force that contributes a moment.
The problem is actually quite simple, mainly because roller supports cannot support horizontal loads. Consequently, the horizontal reaction at roller B has to be zero. That gives you the horizontal reaction at the pin A. From there, simply set the sum of the moments about A or B equal to zero (not forgetting the moment contribution of $F_2$) to get the vertical reaction at A or B. Then take the sum of the vertical reactions and $F_1$ to get the vertical reaction at the other support.
From here you should be able to proceed independently.
Hope this helps.