Videos Show Scuffles Between Proud Boys and Others During 2nd Million MAGA March in D.C.

Videos have surfaced appearing to show members of the far-right group the Proud Boys and their opponents or other people engaged in scuffles in Washington D.C., during Saturday's "Million MAGA March."

One video shared on Twitter shows a group of people appearing to ambush someone walking on a sidewalk. A person approaching the altercation is wearing a shirt with "Proud Boys" and a golden rooster printed on the back. The tweet alleged that a victim was sent to the hospital after being stabbed by someone from the group of Proud Boys.

The Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia told Newsweek that it has not received reports of a confirmed stabbing.

WARNING: The following clips below contain scenes and language that may be disturbing to some.

A few minutes ago a group on the way to the plaza was attacked by Proud boys. One person stabbed and on the way to the hospital.

*The video abruptly stops because the person recording was attacked. I’m preserving their privacy. pic.twitter.com/cmFkDE5xvU

— Black House News (@blackhousenew) December 12, 2020

A clip shows a man lying on the ground kicking and trying to defend himself as a number of people described in a tweet as Proud Boys dogpile on him and attack. Some can be seen throwing punches and beating down on the man. A number of them appear to try to break up the melee and pull people away.

Proud Boys and other fascists just attacked a random guy on the DC mall pic.twitter.com/nAZAXlg3Qr

— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) December 12, 2020

Big fight just happened here in DC, between the Proud Boys and what people here are calling an agitator. No arrests made that I could see. #DCProtests #MillionMAGAMarch pic.twitter.com/aAqhMfRcCm

— Benjamin Diez (@BenjaminCDiez) December 12, 2020

Another video that appeared to be the same altercation filmed from a different angle shows the man arguing with the larger group. Someone grabs the man's cap, before another begins pushing and throwing punches.

At the end of the video, the man, who was being followed by others and called names, says: "This is what Proud Boys do."

The Proud Boys are considered a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

This is the second Million MAGA March held in D.C. following President Donald Trump losing the election to President-elect Joe Biden. According to NPR, the organizers anticipated 22,000 protesters to come out for the protest.

Videos also indicate that conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was also in attendance.

Following Alex Jones as he leads a march from Freedom Plaza back toward the Mall.

Marine One has circled three times over head to cheers. pic.twitter.com/9nn1rwSALH

— Emily Davies (@ELaserDavies) December 12, 2020

More clips from the protest show packs of Proud Boys marching and chanting, "F*** Antifa." Other videos captured them putting on stickers randomly with the acronym "POYB [Proud of your boy]" on various public places.

Hundreds of Proud Boys are marching in downtown D.C. Thousands are expected for pro-Trump protests today pic.twitter.com/vohgn8RenA

— Debbie Truong (@debbietruong) December 12, 2020

They are going around plaza putting up these stickers. pic.twitter.com/Eop9SoRKuz

— Black House News (@blackhousenew) December 12, 2020

Another video shared depicts a group of men labeled as Proud Boys in a tweet attempting to grab various LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter flags from counter-protesters and put them in garbage bags. One of the members from the group seemingly threatens the person filming him, saying: "You wanna go down the road and talk about it?"

The same person also added: "Think about the ice cream sandwich you're in right now. The middle usually gets ate first, don't it?" he says.

Proud boys have started early making threats and going after artwork. pic.twitter.com/nj9h7LaUm5

— Black House News (@blackhousenew) December 12, 2020
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A member of the Proud Boys wearing a t-shirt that reads "death to liberals" stands with other Proud Boys in Freedom Plaza during a protest on December 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. Stephanie Keith/Getty