All hell broke loose at a Neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento, where five to seven people were stabbed during a white nationalist protest and counter protest near the California state capitol in Sacramento on Sunday. The Traditionalist Worker Party, a white nationalist group, held a rally “to protest against globalization and in defense of the right to free expression.” However, counter-protesters showed up, greatly outnumbering the controversial group.
The protesters held up signs that read “Nazi scum.”
Tempers flared and a violent clash broke out between the two groups.
As many as seven people were stabbed during the protest and there was blood splattered on the ground.
The Traditional Worker’s Party describes itself as the following:
America’s first political party created by and for working families. Our mission is defending faith, family, and folk against the politicians and oligarchs who are running America into the ground. We intend to achieve that goal by building a nationwide network of grassroots local leaders who will lead Americans toward a peaceful and prosperous future free from economic exploitation, federal tyranny, and anti-Christian degeneracy.
“Most pro-white endeavors [in politics] run themselves out by running for too much at too high of a level,” TWP founder Matthew Heimbach told Hatewatch. “Our mission is to create a European-styled nationalist movement that really follows their [Europe’s] example, where the party is really a subculture.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, has said TWP practices identitarianism, “a movement born in France in recent years that preaches opposition to multiculturalism, often taking shape in the form of anti-Muslim xenophobia.”
The Facebook of the Traditional Worker’s Party shared a post for Sunday’s event with the caption, “You have reached the limits of our sympathy.” There was images of people holding signs that said “Making America Mexico Again” and “Brown N’ Proud.”