US elections have serious differences in public opinion After the US media calculated that Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate, had won more than 270 electoral votes, Trump supporters held protests to reject the results, while Biden supporters took to the streets to celebrate. The two sides have confronted each other in many places.
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Trump supporters and Biden supporters had a standoff outside the counting station that day. Trump supporters held up slogans “Stop stealing”, accusing the election result of illegality, while Biden supporters were celebrating Biden’s election as president.
The local police deployed a large number of police forces to maintain order to avoid violent conflict between the two sides.
In Salem, Oregon, a standoff between Trump supporters and Biden supporters also occurred that day.
In Las Vegas, Nevada, Trump supporters also held a rally to refuse to accept the election results. According to local media reports, Trump supporters who staged protests on the street quarreled with Biden supporters who drove by. In addition, protests by Trump supporters also broke out in Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and other places.
Some law enforcement officials said that some Trump supporters who participated in the protest carried guns, making law enforcement officials and election workers worried that they might be targeted.