Things reportedly became violent at an anti-racism rally in Red Deer, Alberta after a group of "patriots" showed up. \nThis article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.\nAn alleged attendee of the anti-racism march wrote on Twitter that these "patriots came in truck loads to attack people who came to attend an organized event on anti-racism." \n\nEditor's Choice: North America's First Multi-Level Go-Kart Track Is Finally Open At West Edmonton Mall\n\nRed Deer, AB"Patriots" came in truck loads to attack people who came to attend an organized event on anti-racism.Here's my bf getting punched in the head after serving Pat King a restraining order. Police did nothing.@RCMPAlberta @RachelNotley @antihateca @YYCantiracist pic.twitter.com/jYwfNCmUac— Taylor McNallie (@TaylorMadeYYC) September 21, 2020\nThey added that the police "did nothing" and that their boyfriend got "punched in the head," in the confrontation.\nThe Edmonton Journal reported that the counter-protestors wore jackets with logos from Soldiers of Odin and other "far-right hate groups." They reportedly chanted things like "All Lives Matter."\nMany "physical scuffles" took place, said the Journal. Kisha Daniels, another attendee of the protest, said that they were "traumatized."\nThe article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.