Several dozen torch-wielding protesters gathered in Charlottesville’s Lee Park just after 9 p.m. Saturday, chanting “You will not replace us,” “Russia is our friend” and “Blood and soil.”
After about 10 minutes, Charlottesville police arrived at the scene following an altercation between protesters. The crowd quickly dispersed with no further incidents, according to police.
Literally, it was a crowd of white supremacists, many holding actual literal torches. At night. To protest the removal of a Confederate monument. Led by none other than Richard "Fist Magnet" Spencer.
Torches. Tonight. #Charlottesville. White supremacy. USA. 2017. A KKK-esque #SaveJacksonAndLee rally to instill fear with…@RichardBSpencer. pic.twitter.com/GBBjzXScHC— Erin Schrode (@ErinSchrode) May 14, 2017
Really? You didn't just show up in KKK robes and hoods? Big mistake in the era of the Internet.
What I'm saying is that every one of these disgusting white supremacists needs a punch in the face. Richard Spencer needs two. More.