With all the money lost on failed candidates and funding of creating disruption via protests, and the average American public seemingly unwilling to get onboard these anti democratic alt-left; was the entire episode to tangle with a bunch of low-life neo-nazis all meant to put them in a positive light? These alt-left protested before Trump won and after he won. They protested immigration reform and rallied in support of Sancruary Cities. They have protested against free speech, had professors run in fear, lose their jobs. They've been critical of Israel and religion in general. They despise individuality, pursuit of ones own goals, capitalism and free markets. In short, they have attacked anyone and anything that American have hold dear. So, it's no surprise that these often well funded campaigns are not nearly as popular or supported as the media likes to present them. Here in lies their problem for them and why the attacks on some deranged wannabes is so key for them. It's the traditional "sweet spot" for the left to call the right racist and intolerant. What better way to gain some sympathy and support than to confront some dirty fake nazis in combat? It's an attempt to present them as great Americans while knowing it's extremely difficult to criticize them, since the target was so abhorrent. The comparisons to the Beaches of Normandy took the cake in it's audacity. Consider that the judge didn't allow them to counter protest in a different location, choosing to allow the confrontation. Consider how the media was all over this, and even interviewing a bloody former KKK member in David Duke. A man who hasn't had relevance since 1990's. Some are really eager to divide the country, and the violence has already taken one life. Next time, bring in the National Guard and let them deal with this all while recording those committing crimes.