After what Thousands from supporters of the President Donald Trump protested in Washington Saturday for the results of the elections Y they marched to the Supreme Court, clashes with counter-protesters provoked fights to punching, at least one stabbing Y more than 20 arrests.
In other cities, supporters of the leader too they marched for to protest for the results where it turned out winner the Democrat Joe Biden.
The cries of “Stop the robbery” and “Count every vote” rang out despite the lack of evidence of voter fraud and other problems that could reverse the result.
The demonstrations in the country’s capital went from tense to violent early Sunday.
Videos posted on social media showed fights, projectiles and clubs as Trump supporters clashed with those who demanded that they remove their caps and banners and leave.
A variety of charges, including assault and possession of weapons, were brought against those arrested, authorities said. Two officers were injured and the police recovered several firearms.
Trump himself nodded his approval to Saturday morning’s meeting by sending his caravan down streets packed with fans before heading to his Virginia golf club.
People chanted “USA, USA” and “Four more years,” and many carried signs and flags to show their dissatisfaction with the election result and their support for Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud.
I just want to keep up my spirits and let him know that we support him, ”said a supporter of the president, Anthony Whittaker, of Winchester, Virginia.
Whittaker was outside the Supreme Court, where a few thousand gathered after a march down Pennsylvania Avenue from Liberty Square near the White House.
A broad coalition of government and industry officials have stated that the Nov.3 vote and count proceeded without more than the usual minor setbacks, rejecting Trump’s efforts to undermine the integrity of the process.
Multiple clashes erupted later in the day as small groups of Trump supporters attempted to enter the area around Black Lives Matter Plaza, a block from the White House, where hundreds of anti-Trump protesters had gathered.
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