One person stabbed during massive Proud Boys brawl in DC
At least four people were stabbed in Washington, DC Saturday night, as tensions rose between thousands of Trump supporters and counter-demonstrators — including at this dramatic caught-on-video knife-fight.
The video shows one protester getting stabbed during a massive brawl that erupted outside Harry’s Bar at 11th and F streets NW, a gathering point for the right-wing Proud Boys group, The Washington Post reported.
All four victims were hospitalized, and some suffered life-threatening injuries, DC fire spokesman Doug Buchanan told the paper.
The caught-on-video melee broke out outside Harry’s Bar at the Harrington Hotel at around 9 p.m., when a crowd of Proud Boys members mobbed a man in a black hoodie — who then whipped out a knife, video shows.
“He’s got a knife!” one person can be heard shouting off camera.
The video shows hundreds of demonstrators chasing the man and kicking him as cops try to break up the flight.
The victim was taken from the scene by stretcher to an ambulance near the scene.