LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Demonstrators rallying for both President Donald Trump and projected President-elect Joe Biden gathered at the Arkansas State Capitol on Saturday afternoon.
At one point, around 50 demonstrators, most of whom were armed, chanted "Blue Lives Matter" and yelled back and forth with a group of about 15 counter-protesters across the street.
Little Rock police officers stood with the crowd, and a few police vehicles barricaded the area. Some demonstrators said they are calling for a “real vote.”
Joe Biden won Pennsylvania and Nevada on Saturday, surpassing the 270 electoral vote threshold to take the White House and become the 46th president of the United States.
Biden led Trump in most national and battleground state polls heading into Election Day, and Democrats had a steady advantage in early voting. Polls underestimated Trump's support in many instances, but according to projections, Biden still managed to flip several states Trump won in 2016 to secure at least 273 electoral votes.