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'It doesn't seem safe,' organizer says in canceling San Francisco far-right rally

SAN FRANCISCO _ Organizers said they canceled Saturday's planned right-wing rally in San Francisco because of safety concerns.

Joey Gibson, founder of the Patriot Prayer group, said in a Facebook Live post that his group had been working with police and "decided that tomorrow really seems like a set-up."

"It doesn't seem safe, a lot of people's lives are going to be in danger tomorrow," he said during an interview with Unite America First. "The rhetoric from Nancy Pelosi, Mayor (Ed) Lee, the media _ all these people are saying we are white

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