Gov. Terry McAuliffe Refuses to Denounce Antifa Violence in Charlottesville

People tend to a counter-protester lying on the ground after he was hit by a car Saturday in Charlottesville Va

According to the details, the chaos erupted when a car mowed down a group of rival protesters and killed at least one person in a flare-up of violence that challenged US President Donald Trump.

"You're all among the best this nation produces", Trump said in a Twitter message. "Shame on you", said McAuliffe. "My heart is broken, but I am forever proud of her". "It has no place in America".

Republican politicians were among those who said it was inexcusable of the President not to denounce white supremacy. "Troy Dunigan, 21, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct; Jacob L. Smith, 21, of Louisa, Virginia, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault and battery; James M. O'Brien, 44, of Gainesville, Florida, was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed handgun", the statement published on Facebook read.

The governor declared a state of emergency and police dressed in riot gear in an effort to control unruly crowds. Dick Saslaw and Sen.

The crash is being investigated and it remained unclear if it was connected to the protests.

Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer also decried the violence and characterized the white nationalists as "outsiders".

Dozens of protesters rallied in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday night denouncing the violence in Charlottesville that has so far left three dead and many others injured. On many sides. It's been going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump. Not Barack Obama. Marco RubioMarco RubioNew GOP immigration bill would drastically increase border surveillance: report All eyes should be on Nikki Haley McConnell, Trump point fingers MORE (R-Fla.) tweeted.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has urged investigators to investigate the crime as an incident of domestic terrorism.

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