White supremacist marchers in Philadelphia chased away in viral video: 'F**king nazis'

The video circulating on social media captures the chase and hears a woman calling the marchers 'f*cking nazis' in the audio

                            White supremacist marchers in Philadelphia chased away in viral video: 'F**king nazis'
White supremacist rally marchers in Philadelphia carrying the banner 'Reclaim America' (Twitter: @SunnyDelight888)

A viral video making the rounds on Twitter shows marchers in a white supremacist rally in Philadelphia being chased away by onlookers. The video captured demonstrators marching through the streets, waving flags of the rightwing Patriot Front organization, shortly before midnight on July 3, when they were met with backlash from onlookers, who chased them off the streets.

The video circulating on social media captures the chase, with a woman calling the marchers 'f**king nazis' in the audio. This has won the heart of Twitter users, while some expressed anger at not seeing a single cop as the white supremacists marched. 

News of this alleged neo-nazi march comes just days after students of a Pennsylvania high school wore 'White Lives Matter' tee-shirts to school on the last day before summer, and were reportedly not disciplined. Acts of racist defiance have been popular in schools, but the last time neo nazi rallies had made news was a year ago in 2020, where State of Emergency was declared in Charlottesville ahead of a white supremacist rally anniversary in May last year. Months earlier in January 2020, a Georgia town also braced itself for a neo-nazi rally in the town of Newnan. 


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According to a local NBC channel, the demonstrators were clad in tan pants, black shirts, and khaki hats. Waving Patriot Front flags, they were seen approaching from what the outlet described as Market Street before moving to the front of the City Hall. Some were carrying shields while onlookers demanded they leave the rally immediately. There was also minor pushing and shoving from onlookers and an NBC10 photographer also had his phone snatched by one of the rally members, but he was able to retrieve it.

In a video posted to Twitter by user @SunnyDelight888, onlookers can be seen yelling "get out the f**k of here." This prompted marchers to scatter and run haphazardly along the street while passers-by allegedly harassed and took blows at them. The video posted by Twitter user @SunnyDelight888, was captioned: "Nothing like taking your kids to Philadelphia for the 4th & running into literal Nazis. These scumbags belong to the group Patriot Front. That may or may not be my kids & I joining a growing crowd yelling at the spineless dickholes & chasing them away from City Hall. #fucknazis"


But when it came to social media's response, most were curious about where exactly the police were during the rally. "Did they have dozens of cops protecting them, as per usual?" asked one user about the rally marchers, who were of course all white people. Another pointed out, "Not a cop in sight," as another chimed in asking: "Smh where were the police???"

Others mocked the marchers, saying: "Wow, so they'll wear the mask to protect their identity but not to prevent the spread of a pandemic and protect themselves or others. Sociopaths." Another person very passively snubbed these marchers tweeting: "I’m a middle aged southerner who generally has a smile & a “Nice to see you!” for everyone - here to agree that the correct and only greeting for these people is the one they got in Philly tonight: FUCK YOU, NAZIS! They should be greeted like this everywhere by everyone."