White Supremacist Jason Kessler, helped organize the 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in the summer 2017, and is in the process of planning a second riot.


However, Kessler has one huge problem -- nobody wants to come, according to the Independent.

"We don’t have anything to gain by going back to Charlottesville," Michael Hill, President of League of the South said.

According to Newsweek, Richard Spencer and Brad Griffin announced that they would not attend.

ALT-Right podcaster, Mike Peinovich, said he would not attend in order to stay away from "antifa thugs.'

Peinovich said:

“I have no plans to attend this rally, nor am I involved in any of the planning. I was not involved in the planning of the last event either, just an invited speaker. After the unfortunate events and the violent attacks, we suffered, I am reluctant to return to Charlottesville. I hope the event, if it happens, is peaceful and that Antifa thugs do not disrupt it with violence as they did the last one.”

Kessler, is also having location issues. He has tried unsuccessfully for months to obtain a permit from Charlottesville to return for a second protest.

The city of Charlottesville denied his request for a permit due public safety concern.

Kessler claimed that if Charlottesville wouldn't let him return that he would take his hate to the White House.

“If Charlottesville denies our permit for any reason, it’s not safe, we’re going to get in vans and we’re going to go to Lafayette Park in front of the White House,” Kessler said.

Kessler filed a lawsuit back in March against the City of Charlottesville with claims that their denial violated is 1st and 14th Amendment rights.

More recently, white supremacist Jacob Goodwin was found guilty for beating a black man during the riots.