White Nationalists are expected to fight a protest flooded downtown Charlottesville on Saturday in the city of Virginia preparing for a “Unite Right” demonstration.
At noon, the collection is expected in the Liberation Park, where the barriers near the statue of the General Confederation of Robert Lee laid thousands.
The demonstration came hours after a large group of white nationalists flipped the torch through the University of Virginia on Friday night.
Wrath of the city plans to wipe out the effects of their Confederacy past, the right alternative activists and members of Ku Klux Klan have come to the city in recent months.
The city has come to a dead end to White Nationalists, neo-allies and right-wing activists across the country protesting against the removal of confederate monuments.
Police expected the demonstration to attract 2,000 to 6,000 people and could be “the largest hate group of its kind in decades in the United States,” as described by the Southern Poverty Legal Center.
Charlottesville city manager, Morris Jones said nearly 1,000 law enforcement and first responders, including the biggest spread of Virginia police for 30 years, will also be on the site.
Charlottesville, home of Thomas Jefferson and Ufa, is known as a gift, College of Progressive College. With a population of 47,000, 80 percent of voters elect Hillary Clinton during last year’s election.