Washington( CNN) Nearly two dozen grey patriots rallied in the nation’s uppercase on Sunday, one year after conflicts in Charlottesville, Virginia, left person or persons dead and heightened racial tensions in America.

The proving from “Unite the Right 2” players fell far short of the hundreds that organizer Jason Kessler was expecting, based on his event let application.

Kessler, who planned last year’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, blamed the low-toned turnout on logistical matters and disarray regarding the group’s transportation — a claim echoed by at the least two men who spoke to reporters. “People are scared to come out after what happened last year, ” one of the men added.

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