The white supremacist group opposes multiculturalism and believes America is an exclusively white nation.
'Bloom responds: 'Albright'The reporter then corrects her, saying: 'No, alt-right. Fields is being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.It's like alternative right.'Bloom said she and her son had just moved to the Toledo area from the northern Kentucky city of Florence. Photos that recently emerged showed Fields marching with a racist, right-wing group known as Vanguard America.He told her about the rally last week, but didn't offer details about it.'I thought it had something to do with Trump,' she said.I'm really not clear on...'When pressed by the reporter about what Bloom was told by her son, it does appear that he had indicated it was an alt-right gathering.'Like I said, I don't really talk to him about his political views,' she said.
'He just -- so I don't really understand what the rally was about or anything, so...The shields seen do not denote membership, nor does the white shirt.The shields were freely handed out to anyone in attendance, All our members are safe and accounted for, with no arrests or charges.' Shortly after Fields was charged, the FBI and federal prosecutors announced a civil rights investigation, following Texas Sen Ted Cruz's call for the Justice Department to launch a 'domestic terrorism' probe into the deadly crash.Bloom said she was surprised with the deadly outcome.'Yeah, that he would run his car into a group of people for...Bloom reportedly told police that she wanted him taken away, and they followed suit by arresting him and taking him to a juvenile detention facility.