During President Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington D.C. last Friday, more than 200 people were arrested for rioting. Anarchists and anti-Trump agitators took to the streets to keep inauguration attendees from going through security, burned a limousine (which was owned by a Muslim immigrant), smashed a media truck and severely damaged a Bank of America and Starbucks while employees were working inside. Fires were also set in the streets.
Rioters have been charged with a slew of crimes and some face up to ten years in prison, prompting their "comrades" to plead for bail money and legal help.
Just before the inauguration last week, the group sent out an email about "smashing" fascism. Turns out they meant smashing windows.