Unite the Right: White supremacist rally dwarfed by counter-protest in DC on anniversary of Charlottesville

Unite the Right: White supremacist rally dwarfed by counter-protest in DC on anniversary of CharlottesvilleMore than a thousand demonstrators gathered at Donald Trump’s front door in Washington DC on Sunday in a showing that appeared to dwarf the turnout of white supremacists who had convened to mark the year anniversary of violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a neo-Nazi drove into a crowd of people leaving one dead. Hours before the “Unite the Right 2” rally was set to kick off, counter demonstrators rallying against white supremacy began to gather while a police maze of barricades divided the two sides. Just over an hour before the rally was scheduled to begin, a police escort helped guide as many as 30 demonstrators for the white supremacist rally to the area in front of the White House planned for their event – a group that was dwarfed by the nearby counter-protestors in size and volume.


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