Many of President Donald Trump's supporters were unhappy with his latest statement on the violence in Charlottesville.
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
Jason Kessler said there was not proper security in place to deal with the protests.
The FBI has confirmed they are treating the killing of Richard Collins III as a possible hate crime.
Incidents of sexist and racist violence have been reported across the country.
Violence erupted between a white supremacist group and counter protesters at demonstration at the state capital.
The probe into the racist prison gang culminated with murder convictions and halted its march toward consolidation.
The Justice Department is considering legal changes to combat domestic anti-government extremists.
Frazier Glenn Cross was aiming to kill Jews, but none of those killed were in fact Jewish.
None of the three victims were Jewish.
Frazier Glenn Cross, 74, a former senior member of the Ku Klux Klan, is representing himself at the trial.