Attacks follow two rallies that white nationalist Richard Spencer led for Lee statue.
'Alt-right' wingnuts had a hunka-hunka burnin' luve for a Robert E. Lee Statue in Virginia. Their ardor was soon extinguished.
Alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer held a torchlit rally to protest the removal of a memorial to Confederate Army leader Robert E. Lee.
Dozens of protesters led by Richard B. Spencer, a white nationalist, carried torches and chanted against the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Va.
The city of Charlottesville voted to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E Lee, sparking a backlash from the so-called ‘alt-right’ community. A small group of torch-wielding protesters, including the white nationalist “alt-right”...Show More Summary
The white nationalist led protesters seeking to defend a statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday. "We are white, we are a people, we will not be replaced!" Spencer yelled.
‘What brings us together is we are white,’ he said at one of two Charlottesville protests over plans to remove the Confederate monument.
Yesterday a group of protesters gathered in my old home of Charlottesvile, Virginia to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee monument. The group was led by Richard Spencer, […]
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