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Charlottesville Neo-Nazi Marcher Said Event Wasn’t Racist Because There Were ‘Guys In Khakis’

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Charlottesville Neo-Nazi Marcher Said Event Wasn’t Racist Because There Were ‘Guys In Khakis’

Andrew M. Dodson, a 33-year-old man who was marching alongside neo-nazis and white supremacists during the Charlottesville march said that the march was not racist, just a “bunch of guys in khakis and polos.”

Dodson spoke to the Arkansas Times, saying that he only joined the march to “see who these alt-right people were.” He said that he did not trust the media about them being racists.

Dodson joined the other protestors that were shouting, “Jew will not replace us” and “blood and soil” — a German slogan that was adopted by the Nazis.

But according to Dodson, those remarks were not racist and the people were not racist either because he didn’t “see any Nazi flags, just a bunch of guys in khakis and polos.”

You can read the full interview here.

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