Small crowds of anti-sharia and anti-fascist demonstrators faced off Saturday at the site of the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist massacre.
The two groups, totaling no more than 100, gathered near the Inland Regional Center, a nonprofit that serves people with developmental disabilities, where a Pakistani American couple fatally shot 14 people nearly two years ago.
Counter-demonstrators carrying anti-fascist banners arrived first, taking up positions along Waterman Avenue and Orange Show Road. A leader said they had learned on social media that the anti-sharia group Act for America had planned a gathering.
Demonstrators waving American flags and Donald Trump banners...