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The incident followed a dual-pronged alt-right "White Lives Matter" protest held on Saturday—in which two middle Tennessee cities were targeted with protests against refugee resettlements in the area.
It served as a familiar sight to anyone who has followed the movement over the last few months: As in Charlottesville, Virginia in August, when white protester James Fields rammed a car into a group of anti-racist demonstrators, allegedly murdering activist Heather Heyer, and in Gainesville, Florida this month, when three men were charged with attempted murder after one of them fired a handgun at a crowd, the specter of violence seemed—at least on social media—to overshadow any message that the white protesters had hoped to convey in their visit. Metro Nashville Police said in a statement that a 30-year-old white woman and a 37-year-old black man were eating at a table in the restaurant from which the video was filmed, when the white protesters started arguing with them, One of the men was Matthew Heimbach of the Traditionalist Worker's Party (TWP), who was among the organizers of the "White Lives Matter" rally.
In terms of cultural background, David and I couldn’t be more different.
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"Even if there isn't violence, it creates chaos and disrupts people's lives in a way they tend to dislike."Anglin, who was in hiding to avoid being served a lawsuit from the Southern Poverty Law Center over allegedly instigating the anti-Semitic abuse of a woman in Montana, also addressed concerns about the optics of the Tennessee rallies on Gab, a social media site with a large contingency of far-right users."No one thinks that march yesterday looked good, and no one wants to say it," he wrote on Sunday.