Hollywood Tries To Make Sense Of Charlottesville On Twitter

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Students at the University of Florida, where a white nationalist leader will speak on Thursday, are facing a difficult choice.

They could listen to Richard Spencer, who wants to form a “white ethno-state” in North America, address the aftermath of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville that left dozens of counter-protesters seriously injured and one young woman dead. They could protest as part of the “No Nazis at University of Florida” rally, which more than 2,000 people on Facebook say they plan to attend. Or they could go to Disney World.

Valery Raymond, 22, said he believed going to Disney World with his college friends would be the best choice.

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