Haley Britzky Aug 24
Charlottesville marchers have been fired, disowned, arrested
It's been almost two weeks since the white supremacy rally in Charlottesville. Since then, several participants have been identified online, led by a Twitter account, @YesYoureRacist. Here's a look at the backlash they've faced:
- Cole White and Ryan Roy - unemployed: The Washington Post reports that White resigned voluntarily from libertarian restaurant Top Dog. USA Today reports Roy lost his job after appearing in a VICE News documentary about the protest; he said this "proves [his] point."
- Pete Tefft - disowned: His father said he "is "not welcome at our family gatherings any longer," according to the New York Post.
- Peter Cvjetanovic - receiving death threats: He told Channel 2 News, he is "not the angry racist [people] see" in the viral rally photo of him.
- Christopher Cantwell - in police custody: The New York Times reports Cantwell, the focus of the VICE documentary about the protest, is facing three felony charges.