President Donald Trump's supporters flocked to the state capitol and the elections headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday night to protest the counting of the votes.
Arizona was called by Fox News' data analysts on Tuesday night, and Trump was so furious he called the network's chief personally to complain that it be retracted. The Trump supporters were chanting "Fox News sucks!"
Earlier in the evening, people with cell phones claiming to be "journalists" broke into the Maricopa County Elections Department to demand that they be allowed into the building. At least two of them weren't wearing masks and couldn't provide press credentials, but officials agreed to talk to them outside, which didn't go over well, according to MSNBC's Gadi Schwartz.
The staff inside the elections headquarters had to be escorted by police to safety after their shifts were over.
See some of the photos and videos below:
LIVE NOW: President Donald Trump supporters make their voices heard at the Arizona State Capitol and other state, c… https://t.co/L7OyITdchC— FOX 10 Phoenix (@FOX 10 Phoenix)1604545967.0
Incredible scenes outside the Maricopa County Elections Dept in Arizona https://t.co/cUcboOxnYS— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar)1604547623.0
Pro-Trump rally starting at Arizona Capitol in Phoenix. At least one guy wielding military-style rifle. Some chanti… https://t.co/EMCpdPWnQ1— Simon Romero (@Simon Romero)1604543025.0
Screen grab from MSNBC... people outside Phoenix, AZ polling place chanting "Fox News sucks." https://t.co/RX1jDq4Ufb— Tom Wright (@Tom Wright)1604547687.0
As counting of ballots continues inside this Phoenix building, Trump supporters protest what they believe is suppre… https://t.co/pQ9m1QTgwv— David Common (@David Common)1604547356.0
A conservative super PAC is working to organize anti-vote-counting protests in Phoenix, Detroit and Philadelphia f… https://t.co/hUvblFA3g0— kpoulsen (@kpoulsen)1604547189.0