'BBQ, Beer, Freedom' Man Who Said Biden's 'Stealing Election' in Viral Video Watched Over 10 Million Times

A video of a man repeatedly shouting, "the Biden crime family is stealing the election, the media is covering it up," has gone viral, being viewed more than 10 million times on Twitter.

The man, wearing a white tank top with the words "BBQ, Beer, Freedom" and a face mask around his chin, interrupted a live on-air election update in Clark County, Nevada.

He went on to say "we want our freedom for the world, give us our freedom Joe Biden, you know Biden is covering up this election, he's stealing it!" After nobody intervenes or tries to remove him, the man then turns and walks away.

It comes after Trump made baseless claims of election fraud. Those claims have been met with a backlash from prominent Republicans and Trump-supporters.

Timothy Burke shared the video to Twitter, where it has been viewed more than 10.3 million times at the time of writing, captioning it: "This is 60 million of your neighbors."

President Donald Trump currently has more than 68,000,000 presidential election votes, while former Vice President Joe Biden has more than 72,000,000, according to the Associated Press.

This is 60 million of your neighbors pic.twitter.com/Pg8KH6pgiZ

— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 4, 2020

The same clip of the incident tweeted by journalist Matthew Keys, who dubbed the heckler a conspiracy theorist, has been viewed 2.5 million times.

The "BBQ, Beer, Freedom" protester was interrupting an election update by Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria. At the briefing, Gloria said that all in-person early voting and Election Day ballots had been counted, but mail ballots that were postmarked by November 3 can still be counted through November 10.

Gloria also said that the final vote canvass, which would be the last step to officially certify the election, would begin on November 16.

The election official told reporters that some observers at the count were removed from observation areas for breaching rules. He added that the reasons for these removals included, repeatedly disrupting processors' work and being rude to other observers.

Meanwhile, dozens of Trump supporters gathered outside the Clark County Election Center, where the count is taking place, last night chanting "Stop the Steal."

Protest organizer, Courtney Holland, wrote on Twitter: "Thousands of ballots have been counted and we haven't been allowed to observe or challenge a single signature match for these votes."

Elsewhere, Trump supporters converged at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan, on Wednesday afternoon to demand that officials there "stop the count."

Trump's campaign said they would file a lawsuit to stop the count in Michigan, where Trump was ahead, though the state has now been called for Biden by AP.

Meanwhile, in Arizona, where Biden currently leads, some of the president's supporters turned up at one count and chanted "count the vote".

Some of the protesters at the Maricopa County Elections Department, in Phoenix, were observed carrying firearms. The building was closed to the public and the media while the local sheriff's department was called in response.

Arizona has been called for Biden by AP and Fox News, though other news outlets including CNN have not called the race there.

BBQ Beer Freedom Protester
Clark County public information officer Dan Kulin steps in front of a protester (R) as he interrupts a news conference to discuss ballot counting by Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria (L) at the Clark County Election Department on November 4, 2020, in North Las Vegas, Nevada. A video of the incident has been viewed more than 10 million times on Twitter. Getty/Ethan Miller