Violent Anti-Trump Protestors Mar DC's 'Million-MAGA March'

One of multiple flag burnings that took place as anti-Trump protesters clashed with Trump supporters, Washington, D.C., Nov. 14, 2020
One of multiple flag burnings that took place as anti-Trump protesters clashed with Trump supporters, Washington, D.C., Nov. 14, 2020 (YouTube/WUSA9)

Yesterday's "Million-MAGA March" in Washington, D.C., descended into violence yesterday after anti-Trump protestors showed up, Fox News reports. The march was intended as a show of support for President Donald Trump and his continuing push for the integrity of the election process and against voter fraud.

The anti-Trump activists, whose signs and banners carried antifa and Black Lives Matter slogans, allegedly hurled eggs at the Trump supporters and also stole their signs, hats and banners, lighting them on fire. Videos show them sucker-punching people, shouting at families and harassing an elderly woman carrying a Trump flag, per Fox News. Multiple flag burnings took place as well, reports USA9.

Outside the Supreme Court building, where the march concluded, a group of antifa supporters waited behind a hot-pink banner that read, "Punch MAGA in the Face," the New York Post reports.

President Donald Trump, who made a drive-by appearance at the march and gave a thumbs-up to his supporters, expressed intense disapproval of the violence via Twitter, blaming antifa and charging Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser with "not doing her job."

The Million Maga March Twitter account remained largely positive, making no mention of the clashes but retweeting President Trump's earlier tweet that "the people are not going to have this election stolen from them" with the words "The president has spoken." Social media giant Twitter labeled Trump's original tweet as "disputed."

Despite the day's violence, Trump supporters concluded the day with a promise to "protest at all of our state capitals" until officials conduct an "open and honest audit of this corrupt election!"

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