Supporters of President Trump flocked to Washington, D.C., on Saturday ahead of the Electoral College meeting on Monday that will confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the November election, leading to sporadic clashes between protestors and counter-protestors.

Police in the District of Columbia on Saturday night reported four stabbings, eight injured officers, and 33 arrests on various charges, including resisting arrest, assault and rioting.

The mayor's office said that the stabbing victims were in critical condition.

The gathering, which took place outside the Supreme Court and at Freedom Plaza, has been referred to as “Stop the Steal,” and the new "MAGA Million March." It was organized by Trump loyalists to show their support of the president’s baseless claims of voter fraud corrupting the election.

Trump supporters — they included the Proud Boys and other far-right activists — engaged in small fights with anti-Trump demonstrators, though reports also stated that the overall demonstration was peaceful.

One of the victims identified the attacker as a 29-year-old man. The Associated Press reported that the man was arrested and faces a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.

Of the 33 people arrested, one was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, 10 for assaults on a police officer, 11 face simple assault charges, six face disorderly conduct incidents, two face weapons violations, two face release violations, and one person will face charges of resisting arrest.

The 33 people taken into custody during the Saturday protest marks the most arrests made since the MAGA Rally in November, which resulted in 21 arrests.

This was the latest in a series of protests
This was the latest in a series of protests AFP / Wojtek RADWANSKI