WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- Fourteen members of the white supremacy group Aryan Nations marched on Capitol Hill Saturday afternoon.
They were surrounded by an enormous police presence to keep counter protestors a safe distance.
Mounted police, officers on bikes, motorcycles, in cruisers and in riot gear helped keep the peace.
Hundreds of counter protestors shouted angrily at the hate group.
One shouted "You are everything that is wrong with society."
Aryan Nations says they came to Washington to shine light on the atrocities of white farmers in South Africa. But all it did was insight anger.
Counter protestors stopped the march periodically. Police threatened to arrest people and gave out warnings.
Kayeen Thomas was seconds away from being arrested until he calmed down.
"I've been in DC since I was 3 years old. I grew up in Southeast. This is my city and to allow racists and Nazis, I can't stand to let it happen."
There were no reports of arrests or injuries during the demonstration.