Heated arguments between far-right activists and counter-protesters ensued in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday, shortly after a car rammed into counter-protesters at the 'Unite the Right', killing at least one person and leaving several others injured. Counter-protester Chuck Boudier put much of the blame on the police, saying «the police did absolutely nothing» to protect counter-protesters... Еще. «What you saw with the car ploughing over people was the worst-case scenario of what happens when you protect one group. Because if it were the Nazis there would have been police on that side, that car could never have reached that crowd,» Boudier said. Another counter-protester, Ann Barr from the 'Refuse Fascism' organization, called on US citizens to «drive them [Trump administration] out of power.» «We cannot rely on the Supreme Court. It's going to take us, it's going to take you and me and everyone here and everyone who is sick about this to drive them from powers,» Barr added. Earlier on Saturday, police announced a state of emergency in Charlottesville, Virginia, following violent clashes between far-right activists and counter protesters during the 'Unite the Right rally'.