Murfreesboro Square a Secured Ghost Town as Rally Start Delayed

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Tight security prevailed in Murfreesboro as an estimated 200 protesters waited to go through tightened security to attend a permitted White Lives Rally of the League of the South. The rally, scheduled for 1 pm, has not begun as of 1:20 pm.

Rutherford county sheriffs dept officers and Murfreesboro police appeared to outnumber the protesters.

They formed a protective barrier within a manmade moat of fences that separated protesters from the League of the South.

 

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  1. […] The White Lives Matter rally wasn’t well attended because, as everyone knows, there simply aren’t that many white nationalists around. They are not a social force that can alter elections or win influence. Indeed, early in the scheduled rally the media reported it was a ghost town. […]

  2. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  3. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  4. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  5. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  6. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  7. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  8. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  9. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  10. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  11. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  12. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  13. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  14. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  15. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

  16. […] The League of the South, a white nationalist group, had secured a permit to conduct the rally, whose purpose they described as “a heritage assembly paying respect to the fallen of the Civil War,” from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Murfreesboro Square, but by 1:20 p.m., no one from the group had showed up, and the square was a heavily secured virtual ghost town. […]

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