This is what it’s like living in Washington DC on Election Day 2020 / LGBTQ Nation

Fear of violence has rippled through the city. No matter which candidate wins the election, the other side’s supporters are likely to wreak havoc in the streets.

And that doesn’t even factor in the far-right militia members and white supremacists armed and goaded on by the president. They’re itching for a fight and determined to mess up the system.

Activist Mike Rogers says he’s “just a little worried,” but admits “[I] wish I did the firearms training.”