The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that 45 members of the National Socialist Movement showed up in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 5th, 2010 to rally against illegal immigration. The group held shields and flags bearing swastikas, and chanted "deport the illegal aliens," "impeach Obama" and "immigrants go home." They ended their march in front of the Mexican Consulate on 330 S. Fourth St. Police said the group's march ended without incident. There were no counterprotesters; undoubtedly, antifa are now deterred by the fact that the NSM has proven they will fight back against antifa.
In response, Michael Flores, Nevada's director of Reform Immigration for America, claims they're not fighting for amnesty, but a "path to citizenship". However, a path to citizenship that doesn't lead back outside the United States and require the illegals to take their place in line alongside legal immigrants is a de facto amnesty.
Update June 8th: Additional reports are now available. The NSM has included an expanded after-action report on their main website. They reported 45 actual NSM members and six supporters present. NSM regional director Jeff Hall also reported that later in the evening, when three NSM members continued the activism by flying their flags outside the Bellagio Hotel with photographers in tow, antifa attacked both the NSM members and the photographers. Reinforcements from the NSM quickly arrived to put the antis to flight; no injuries sustained by the good guys.
Arizona NSM activist Harry Hughes chose to pass up the Phoenix Rising Rally and participated in the NSM rally in Las Vegas. He posted a first-person report HERE, accompanied by numerous photos.