>> The University of Florida is bracing for violence and a day of protest. More than 500 officers from across the state have been called in to the Gainesville campus ahead of a speech by White Nationalist Leader, Richard Spencer.>> Hale our people, hale victory.>> His visit prompting Florida's governor to declare a state of emergency.
>> We are hoping that this is going to be a nonevent, but we are prepared to respond and handle this.>> Spencer helped organize the August White Nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that turned deadly. Security concerns prompted University of Florida President, Kent Fuchs, to reject Spencer's plan to speak on campus last month.
>> The values of our universities are not shared by Mr. Spencer.>> But Spencer's lawyers threatened to sue, saying the university is required under the First Amendment to allow Spencer to speak, his attorney insisting Spencer is not promoting violence.>> The discord and the law-breaking and in the case of Charlottesville, a murder that is a consequence of the speech, but it's not advocated in the speech and again it's a thin line but it's a very important constitutional line.
>> Hell Nazis, not today.>> Some students plan to protest Spencer's visit calling his message hate speech others plan to stay away.>> I don't feel safe being here especially a women of color, so I'll lean on my other friends who'll be out there, but I definitely will be inside my house.