Examining The White Supremacist At The Heart Of Sacramento's Violent Rally04:45
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Police escort wounded man away from in front of the Capitol in Scramento, Sunday, June 26, 2016, after members of right-wing extremists groups holding a rally outside the California state Capitol building clashed with counter-protesters, authorities said. Sacramento Police spokesman Matt McPhail said the Traditionalist Workers Party had scheduled and received a permit to protest at noon Sunday in front of the Capitol. McPhail said a group showed up to demonstrate against them. (Steven Styles/AP)
Police escort wounded man away from in front of the Capitol in Scramento, Sunday, June 26, 2016, after members of right-wing extremists groups holding a rally outside the California state Capitol building clashed with counter-protesters, authorities said. Sacramento Police spokesman Matt McPhail said the Traditionalist Workers Party had scheduled and received a permit to protest at noon Sunday in front of the Capitol. McPhail said a group showed up to demonstrate against them. (Steven Styles/AP)
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Mayhem broke out in front of the California state capitol in Sacramento on Sunday afternoon when protesters showed up to disrupt a scheduled white supremacist rally. Witnesses say the scuffle between the two groups started almost immediately and went on for 20 minutes, sending at least 9 people to the hospital. Here & Now’s Robin Young speaks with Ryan Lenz, senior writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project about the clash at the Sacramento rally.

Watch a video of a Matthew Heimbach seen shoving a black woman at a Donald Trump rally.

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Ryan Lenz, senior writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project. He tweets @LenzSPLC.

This segment aired on June 27, 2016.

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