Protesters Clash With Cops

“Anti-fascist” protesters clashed with Washington, D.C., police, disrupted outdoor diners and threatened to “burn” down the city during a “DC Queer and Trans Black History Month March and Rally” on Saturday, in the latest incident of far-left violence to take place during President Joe Biden’s term.

The march, organized by the “Total Liberation Collective and the Palm Collective” wound its way through central D.C., delivering “lectures” about “race, Black and Indigenous lives,” to Washington, D.C., residents dining outdoors at some of the city’s restaurants — lectures interrupted, occasionally, with chants of,  “If we don’t get it, burn it down!”

The group clashed several times with the police during the hours-long march. A number of the clashes were caught on video and posted to social media by guerilla journalist Brendan Gutenschwager.