OLYMPIA, WA – DECEMBER 12: An armed supporter of President Donald Trump walks through a line of law enforcement personnel during a rally on December 12, 2020 in Olympia, Washington. Far-right and far-left groups squared off near the Washington State Capitol following violent clashes over the previous weekend. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 10:00 AM PT – Sunday, December 13, 2020

Antifa protestors once again made headlines for attacking attendees of a ‘Stop the-Steal Rally.’

Chaos flooded the streets of Washington as Antifa set their sights on supporters of the President once again.

Following multiple ‘Stop the Steal’ rallies in Washington D.C. on Saturday, police reported at least 23 arrests related to protesting and riots. Among those arrested, 10 were charged with misdemeanor assault, six with assaulting a police officer and four with rioting.

One suspect was caught carrying an illegal stun gun.

Footage of the event shows demonstrators going toe-to-toe with one another and skirmishing with fireworks while police attempted to intervene.

OLYMPIA, WA – DECEMBER 12: A counter-protester sprays a Trump supporter with bear mace during political clashes on December 12, 2020 in Olympia, Washington. Far-right and far-left groups squared off near the Washington State Capitol following violent clashes over the previous weekend. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

At least four people were stabbed in the ensuing chaos and by the end of the night, eight people in total were taken to the hospital.

Two of the victims were police officers, who were injured while protecting supporters of the President from Antifa rioters.

OLYMPIA, WA – DECEMBER 12: Law enforcement personnel detain an anti-fascist protester during political clashes on December 12, 2020 in Olympia, Washington. Far-right and far-left groups squared off near the Washington State Capitol following violent clashes over the previous weekend. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, attendees of the rallies said they were simply there to support the President.

“Well, we’re from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the reason we drove here to D.C. was to support our President, Donald J. Trump,” an attendee stated. “And in our hearts, we know, in our minds, we know that this election was stolen.”

According to reports, the President’s supporters were even forced to march with umbrellas and shields near the end of the rally. Despite the resistance, President Trump’s supporters were clear with their message: They will continue to fight fake news and defend the Constitution.

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