New footage shows BLM protesters harass older white woman in DC: ‘F**k your grandkids!’

A group of Black Lives Matter protesters surrounded and verbally abused an older white woman and shouted obscenities at her in Washington, D.C., over the weekend, forcing police to intervene, according to a video posted online.

“F**k your husband! F**k your grandkids! F**k you!” A black woman can be heard saying through a megaphone.

Shortly thereafter, another black woman who appeared to be recording with her cellphone trotted up to the unidentified white woman and began screaming in her face, which leads a police officer to move in to separate them.

The incident was one of several over the weekend as left-wing counter-protesters from BLM and Antifa clashed with patriot groups including the Proud Boys who were in the city to march in support of President Donald Trump.

Several people were stabbed, some critically, and a number of police officers were also injured by objects that were hurled at them.

That said, both sides appeared to be looking for a confrontation.

In another video posted by Daily Caller correspondent Shelby Talcott, a group of Proud Boys and supporters of President Trump burned a BLM banner in the street, with some chanting, “F**k Antifa!”

Talcott also retweeted a photo of a Proud Boys member punching someone dressed in black bloc and holding a knife. Videos posted online indicate the Proud Boys member was one of the people stabbed Saturday night.

Fox5DC reported that four people were stabbed in the nation’s capital and 33 demonstrators were arrested. The outlet noted further that eight officers were injured.

Metropolitan Police say they arrested Phillip Johnson, 29, of northwest D.C., in relation to at least one stabbing.

Meanwhile, in Washington state, one person was shot and three others were arrested after left-wing protests and Trump supporters clashed in the capital of Olympia.

Police noted that both groups showed up ahead of the protests with firearms.

“Both groups were heavily armed, including firearms,” said Lt. Paul Lower of the Olympia Police Department, according to The Associated Press. “They were fighting amongst themselves, two factions with opposing political beliefs.”

One person was arrested in relation to the shooting, while the wounded person was transported to a nearby hospital. Two other people were arrested on suspicion of felony assault.

The protests came on the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court declining to hear an election lawsuit brought by Texas and enjoined by 17 other states against Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

The suit alleged that the election results in those states — all of whom went for Democrat Joe Biden — were tainted because they unconstitutionally altered voting rules and procedures ahead of the election. The suit noted that per the Constitution, only legislatures can change voting rules, not secretaries of state and state courts.

The suit asked the high court to throw out the “tainted” results and order the legislatures in each state to pick electors. But justices ruled that Texas had no standing to sue.

“The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections. All other pending motions are dismissed as moot,” the court said.

Jon Dougherty

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