Hundreds of white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters on
a University of Virginia’s Charlottesville campus Friday,
according to Reuters.
The stage was a preface to a most incomparable proof for a
“Unite a right” rally, called in response to a devise to
mislay a statue of Confederate ubiquitous Robert E. Lee from a park
in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Thousands of white nationalist protesters, as good as groups
that conflict them, are approaching to deplane upon
Charlottesville on Saturday.
On Friday night, protesters carried torches and chanted,
“You will not reinstate us,” and “Jew will not reinstate us,”
according to The New York Times.
At one point, marchers collected around a statue of Thomas
Jefferson and a fight between a dual groups broke
The National Guard has been placed on standby in
expectation of Saturday’s rally.
Protesters have already drawn reprove from leaders in the
community. In a Facebook post, Mike Signer, a mayor of
Charlottesville, called a demonstrations by white nationalists
march of hatred, bigotry, racism, and
The boss of UVA, Teresa A.
Sullivan, also cursed the
“unprovoked attack on members of our
The proof in Charlottesville comes only a month
after 23 people were arrested and military deployed rip gas after
a Ku Klux Klan convene in a city.