Clashes In Washington, D.C. Between Protesters & Counter-Protesters
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Violence broke out following a Pro-Trump rally On Saturday, December 12, 2020, in Washington, D.C. Protesters clashed with counter-protesters leaving eight people hospitalized and 33 arrested, in the video “Multiple Arrested, Hospitalized Following Clashes After Pro-Trump Rally, MSNBC“, below:
This Saturday, thousands of Trump supporters gathered at the nation’s capital to protest the election results. Crowds chanted “four more years” and carried signs reading “stop the steal” in a refusal to accept President-elect Biden’s victory. Jeff Pegues reports, in the video “Thousands of Trump supporters rally in Washington, D.C. to protest election results“, below:
Far-right groups, including Proud Boys, clashed with counter-protesters after a largely peaceful march against US president-elect Joe Biden’s election victory on Saturday. Donald Trump made three passes over the cheering protesters in the Marine One helicopter on his way to the New York annual Army-Navy football game before the violence began. Trump supporters are alleging widespread voter fraud during the 3 November election without evidence, in the video “Far-right Trump supporters clash with counter-protesters in Washington“, below:
Conservative groups claiming without evidence that the Nov. 3 election was stolen from President Donald Trump staged protests across the country on Saturday, with one in Washington turning violent at times as police broke up sporadic clashes after dark, in the video “Proud Boys and Antifa clash as Trump supporters protest election result in Washington“, below:
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