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Car Plows Into Protesters In Charlottesville, VA After White Supremacy Rally Violence

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News video: Car Plows Into Protesters In Charlottesville, VA After White Supremacy Rally ViolenceWarning: graphic content. A car plowed into protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia following the shut down of a white supremacist rally.

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