The Patriot Front March, a planned gathering of White supremacists mostly from Texas, tried to march on the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania over the July 4th weekend.
But ultimately they found they were out-matched in the city of brotherly love.
Now-viral footage shows several instances of marchers wearing white hoods being chased away by the people of Philadelphia—whose patience for the continued nonsense the Patriot Front represents has clearly run out.
The White supremacist marchers numbered around 200.
They went through the streets chanting about a "stolen election" and "reclaiming America."
But they were no match for the people of Philly, who came out in crowds to chase them away from their city.
"They literally ran away from the people of Philadelphia," Michael Crum, a Philly police officer, told a local news outlet.
The Patriot Front group is defined by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group, and by the Anti-Defamation League as "a White supremacist group whose members maintain their ancestors conquered America and bequeathed it to them."
Mayor Jim Kenney said he was "appalled" the group chose to target Philadelphia.
The Patriot Front group was formed following the 2017 Charlottesville, Virginia "Unite The Right" rally where a radicalized White supremacist plowed their car into a crowd of counter-protesters killing Heather Heyer.
The Philadelphia police did not make any arrests of the White supremacist group or those who drove them out of town.