White Nationalists Involved in Physical Altercation With Protesters at Trump Rally
Matthew Heimbach, supporters, engage in pushing and shouting match with African American counter-protesters at Super Tuesday Trump rally
White nationalists and racists are not only boldly showing support for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, but at a Super Tuesday rally in Louisville, Kentucky they actually got involved in physical violence with counter-protesters.
At the center of the pushing- and yelling-match was Matthew Heimbach, founder of the Traditionalist Youth Network and its companion white nationalist organization, the Traditionalist Workers Party. He calls himself “chairman of the only true Third Position Party in the United States that is fighting for Faith, family and folk.”
Heimbach, fired a few weeks ago by the State of Indiana as a child protective services case worker, now apparently has time on his hands to devote to supporting political candidates, including Trump.