Police have said four churches were vandalized the night of Dec. 12 as the Proud Boys and other groups marched through downtown D.C. More than three dozen people were arrested. In one incident, four people were stabbed amid a crowd of Proud Boys and Trump supporters outside Harry’s Bar, which has become a Proud Boys gathering spot. After the stabbings, authorities said the Proud Boys and Trump supporters roamed through the city looking to fight people.

Tarrio had previously said he does not know who tore down the BLM banner, and that neither he nor his members knew the church is predominantly African American. “We didn’t Google the church and go, ‘Oh, it’s a Black church, let’s target it,’ ” Tarrio said. “The sign was taken down because of what it represents.”

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