I heard that the Nazi pictured above has his lederhosen in a bunch because he's been publicly identified by pictures published of him in Charlottesville. Cameras are everywhere. You can't publicly proclaim your devotion to Hitler without somebody taking a picture of it. One person recognized a face in the torchlight march as belonging to an anti-Semite who kept showing up at Shia LaBeouf's "He Shall Not Divide Us" "art" project.
Of course, Donald Trump himself is calling for unity. Unity with Nazis. Which is perhaps part of the problem with LaBeouf's meaningless "He Shall Not Divide Us" thing. What's wrong with division?
One guy was disowned by his family.
Pete Tefft, another man photographed at the rally, also had his identity shared by the Twitter account, and his actions have led him to be disowned by his family. “I, along with all of his siblings and his entire family, wish to loudly repudiate my son’s vile, hateful and racist rhetoric and actions,” Tefft’s father, Pearce Tefft, wrote in a letter published online by Inforum.com. “We do not know specifically where he learned these beliefs. He did not learn them at home,” the elder Tefft continued, adding: “I have shared my home and hearth with friends and acquaintances of every race, gender and creed. I have taught all of my children that all men and women are created equal. That we must love each other all the same.”Imagine finding out your idiot son is a Nazi.
It's been suggested that the Nazis are cleverly getting people publicly identified as Nazis in order to burn their bridges behind them, alienate them from their friends and family and limit their job opportunities so that they can't quit Nazism. It might make perfect sense if you're a Nazi, but I don't know.