Antifa Yell 'F*** Trump, F*** Biden' as They March Through Streets of Washington, D.C. on Election Night

Videos circulating on social media early Wednesday morning showed large numbers of antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters marching in the streets near the White House, chanting "F*** Trump! F*** Biden!"

With the outcome of the election between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden still unclear, videos showed the protesters who took to the streets of Washington, D.C. on election night also reportedly chanting "no more presidents."

Some videos showed protesters setting off fireworks in the streets of the U.S. capital. Another showed protesters curse at police patrol cars moving through the area.

DC: Antifa have mobilized in very large numbers and they are marching to an unknown location

Let’s go pic.twitter.com/Pup33tB80S

— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) November 4, 2020

DC: “F*ck Trump. F*ck Biden. No more presidents”

About 150 black block Antifa begin marching through the streets lead by an umbrella squad

They have gas masks, weapons and some have shields pic.twitter.com/xKJulu0zZ3

— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) November 4, 2020

Elijah Schaffer, a Blaze TV reporter, shared a video on Twitter showing people dressed in black marching in the streets chanting "F*** Trump!" And "F*** Biden!" Some carried a large banner that said: "Burn down the American Plantation."

"Antifa have mobilized in very large numbers and they are marching to an unknown location," Schaffer wrote in a tweet late Tuesday night, adding that they wore gas masks while some carried weapons and shields.

Antifa, short for anti-fascist, is an umbrella term referring to members of left-leaning militant groups that oppose neo-Nazis and white supremacists.

Schaffer said "about 150 black bloc Antifa" marched to the White House. An anti-scaling fence was erected around the building in recent days in anticipation of violence on election night.

There, Schaffer said some stopped to burn an American flag, but "failed to ignite it fully."

"They first stop to burn an American flag, fail to ignite it fully, and kick it out of the way," he wrote. "They are trying to kick out press but there are too many cameras rolling."

close call with #antifa security as they chase me out of the protest and threaten me numerous times. #BlackLivesMatter #electionnight pic.twitter.com/3qU42TKmrq

— eric thomas (@justericthomas) November 4, 2020

this was after #antifa knocked the phone out of my hand, this lunatic then decided to turn his attention on other journalists. #blacklivesmatter #ElectionDay2020 pic.twitter.com/g0s3TT2CCN

— eric thomas (@justericthomas) November 4, 2020

Another video circulating on social media showed a man in a black balaclava ask the person recording to "stop filming" before apparently knocking the camera out of their hand. "Walk away or it gets worse," a man's voice is heard saying.

"Close call with #antifa security as they chase me out of the protest and threaten me numerous times," the person who tweeted the video wrote alongside it.

A video posted shortly after that one showed what appears to be the same man intimidating the person filming. "Give me one excuse," he is heard saying.

"This was after #antifa knocked the phone out of my hand, this lunatic then decided to turn his attention on other journalists," the Twitter user wrote.

Newsweek previously reported that there were calls for anti-fascist activists to take to the streets after the election.

The protest in the capital appears to have been publicized on social media by a number of groups. One Instagram post by They/Them Collective, a D.C.-based group that describes itself as "an anarchist abolitionist collective house," urged people to meet outside the Metropolitan Police Department's Fourth Precinct at 2.30 a.m. Wednesday.

"No more presidents," the post said. "Because regardless of who in office Black brown and indigenous are dying in the hands of the police, and ICE."

The Metropolitan Police Department have been contacted for comment.

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Antifa and Black Lives Matter demonstrators protest on election night near the White House in Washington, D.C. on November 3, 2020. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images