Yes, this is the "white supremacist" rally the news talked about today in Boston.
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I could literally find nothing that said they were white supremacists or violent.
"Thousands of counterdemonstrators marched Saturday in downtown Boston in a largely peaceful response to a self-described free speech rally that had sparked concerns of possible violence" The mayor says: ""It's clear today that Boston stood for peace and love, not bigotry and hate," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said."
"Thousands of people took to the streets of Boston on Saturday to protest hate speech a week after a woman was killed at a Virginia white-supremacist demonstration, and their shouts drowned out the "Free Speech" rally that sparked the counter-protest." Then they say the protesters went to protest for the right reasons. It makes no mention of white supremacists or anything related to the protestors like that.
"A so-called “free speech” rally in Boston on Saturday is expected to draw some of the same white supremacist groups that participated in the violent events of Charlottesville last weekend." So, it doesn't call them white supremacists. It says there are white supremacists.
The New York times:
"Tens of thousands of demonstrators, emboldened and unnerved by the eruption of fatal violence in Virginia last weekend, surged into the nation’s streets and parks on Saturday to denounce racism, white supremacy and Nazism."
Los Angeles Times:
'Thank God nobody got hurt': Boston protesters gather peacefully a week after Charlottesville violence'
Please elaborate where they are called white supremacists. I couldn't find it in any of the papers I looked up.
The mistake you are making is that the papers say SOME. white supremacists were coming, they didn't call ALL protestors white supremacists2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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