A handful of racists snuck back to Charlottesville under the cover of night for another 'protest'

A handful of racists snuck back to Charlottesville under the cover of night for another 'protest'

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They’re back with the same mission, and far, far fewer numbers.

A group of white nationalists, led by Richard Spencer (a man who was punched in the face twice on President Trump’s Inauguration Day) marched in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday night with torches in hand toward the statue of Robert E. Lee. 

Spencer dubbed the small gathering “Charlottesville 3.0” in a tweet, referencing earlier protests in May and August, the latter of which led to the death of one anti-hate protester Heather Heyer.  

“It was a planned flash mob,” Spencer told The Washington Post. “It was a great success. We’ve been planning this for a long time.” Read more…

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Source: Mashable | A handful of racists snuck back to Charlottesville under the cover of night for another 'protest'

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