A Democrat that calls himself the next president announced dissatisfied voters were a group of radical anti-government rebels.
Joe Biden has criticized everyone who opposed the outcome of the November election and stormed the U.S. Capitol building in Washington on Jan. 6.
Biden refused to acknowledge there was a demonstration and decided to compare them to revolutionists instead.
“It is not a protest. It is an insurrection,” he said, according to Reuters.
“What we are seeing is a small number of extremists dedicated to lawlessness, this is not dissent, it is disorder, it borders on sedition, and it must end–now,” he added on Twitter.
The Democrat ordered the group to retreat and allow him and his fellow party members to seize control of the White House easily.
“I call on this mob to pull back and allow the work of democracy to go forward,” he said, according to Reuters.
He also directed President Donald Trump to join in condemning what he called un-American behavior.
“I call on President Trump to go on national television now to fulfill his oath and defend the Constitution by demanding an end to this siege,” he said on Twitter.
“America is so much better than what we are seeing today,” he added on Twitter.
President Trump urged restraint after hearing allegations that hundreds of protesters forced the evacuation of both the House and Senate, smashed windows, and seized offices inside the Capitol building.
“I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful, no violence!” he said on Twitter. “Remember, we are the party of law and order–respect the law and our great men and women in blue. Thank you!”
The remarks came after thousands of Trump supporters peacefully protested at the March to Save America Rally in Washington’s Ellipse Park on Jan. 6.
Turning Point USA founding President Charlie Kirk described the rally as one of the “largest and most consequential in American history.”
“The team at Trump Students and Turning Point Action are honored to help make this happen, sending 80+ buses full of patriots to D.C. to fight for this president,” he said on Twitter.
Kirk questioned Biden’s quick condemnation of some of the protesters after Democratic Party supporters allegedly stormed the home of Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) just one day prior.
“Has Joe Biden condemned the violent mob of Democrats that stormed Senator Josh Hawley’s home last night, threatening his wife and 2-month-old daughter?” he said on Twitter. “What happened to ‘healing and unity?'”