'Go home. You are not patriots': Virginia Gov Terry McAuliffe condemns white nationalists whose violent clashes with anti-fascists led to one woman's death and the injuries of 35 others in Charlottesville

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Virginia Gov Terry McAuliffe strongly condemned all of the so-called 'patriotic' white nationalists whose violent clashes with activists led to one fatality after a driver intentionally plowed into a group of anti-fascist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday.

'Go home. You are not wanted in this great commonwealth,' McAuliffe proclaimed.

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'You are not patriots,' he said. 'You came here today to hurt people and that is not patriotic,' McAuliffe added.

'My message is clear we are stronger than you. You will not succeed. There is no place for you here and there is no place for you in America.'

Video - Saturday - Moment - Dodge - Challenger

Video released on Saturday showed the moment a Dodge Challenger accelerated into a crowd throwing bodies into the air as people screamed before reversing at high speed and sending another 19 people to the hospital for their injuries.

It came after violent clashes erupted as hundreds of white supremacists including armed militias marched into Charlottesville sparking violent confrontations with the counter-protesters.

Police - Scene - Gas - Violence

Police cleared the scene with tear gas but the violence continued.

Horrifying video from the scene of the attack shows the silver muscle car speeding towards a group of fleeing anti-fascist protesters.

Clip - Vehicle - Crowd - Speed - Victims

Another clip shows the vehicle ramming into the crowd at high speed and victims crying out in pain as they desperately seek medical help.

Witnesses said the car was traveling up to 40 miles an hour when it hit and reversed before ramming into the crowd again and speeding off with someone's shoe attached to its bumper.

Saturday - Press - Conference - Charlottesville - Police

During Saturday evening's press conference, Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas, said the person killed in the incident was a 32-year-old female.

He said she was struck by the vehicle as she was crossing the street. He didn't release any information on the woman pending her family's notification.

Thomas - Total - People

Thomas said a total of 35 people had...
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