Who Really Were the People at the White Supremacist Rally?

Who Really Were the People at the White Supremacist Rally?

Protesters at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., have been identified via Twitter and Facebook.

Yes You’re Racist, a Twitter account that has exposed casual racism since 2012, recently uncovered the names and profiles of the white nationalists that were involved in the rally. To support their work, please donate to their Patreon.

Several white supremacists have been identified. Matthew Colligan, known as @Millenial_Matt on Twitter, lives in Boston and has posted a video on Twitter saying, “Hitler did nothing wrong.”

Protesters at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA have been identified via Twitter and Facebook. tweet

@JoeySalads, a known YouTuber, was also spotted wearing a Nazi arm band to the rally and announced that he was doing this for a “social experiment.” However, a man who has no qualms wearing a swastika at a rally should have no problem being identified as part of it.

@FearsWilliam, a Texan white supremacist, was recognized assuming a Nazi stance and a helmet.

Cole White, who works at Top Dog restaurant in Berkeley and lives in California, was also identified.

Pete Teft from Fargo, ND, was identified in a Twitter video.

However, a man who has no qualms wearing a swastika at a rally should have no problem being identified as part of it. tweet

Students and staff from universities were also spotted, including student Peter Cvjetanovic from University of Nevada Reno and Roper Billy, a known neo-Nazi who was wearing an Arkansas Engineering shirt.

For more updates and to view all of the protesters identified so far, check out Yes You’re Racist’s Twitter.

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