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At the University of Florida, a protester urged Richard Spencer to take responsibility for the violence he inspired at Charlottesville.
Advertised as the “Battle of New Orleans 2017” on Facebook, the “Anti-Marxist Rally” on Saturday, October &, turned out to be much ado about nothing.
A planned rally last Saturday, Sept. 16, near Richmond, Virginia’s Robert E. Lee statue ended in humiliation for a group of flag-waving “patriots.”
A Confederate monument rally organized by a group called CSA II: The New Confederate States of America was met with a mass of counter protesters and fizzled early in Richmond, Virginia on Saturday.
Last week a Florida League of the South (FL LOS) member named Christopher Rey Monzon was arrested in Hollywood, Florida after attempting to assault hecklers at a government building where Monzon was protesting.
In the days since Jason Kessler’s Unite the Right (UTR) rally ended in bloodshed, various right wing propagandists have attempted to shift blame by smearing the City of Charlottesville, the Charlottesville Police Department (CPD) and Virginia State Police as being responsible for the death of one counter-protester and two police officers.
This week the president’s personal lawyer forwarded an email promoting racist, Civil War secessionist views and charging that terrorists control the Black Lives Matter movement, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.