Election day rioting
A protester yells after a march to the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse on the night of the election, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)(ASSOCIATED PRESS)

People were injured and property was damaged Election Night as members of the “Resistance” to President Trump took to the streets across the nation.

The toll was not as high as had been feared amid reports of stockpiles of bricks being found in downtown areas in several major cities, including Denver.

But it was not a peaceful night.

Fox News reported protesters in Raleigh, North Carolina, were caught throwing fireworks and other objects during an election night “demonstration.”

Six were arrested on charges of failure to disperse, assault, resistant, obstruction and disorderly conduct.

There was similar civil “unrest,” as AP advised reporters to describe riots, in Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington and Minneapolis.

In Washington, D.C., the Washington Examiner reported, the head of the Proud Boys organization was stabbed, along with three others, only blocks from the White House.

One of the victims was Trump supporter Bevelyn Beatty.

“Video recorded by the Proud Boys shows three people ambushed the group around 2:30 a.m. ET at 14th Street and New York Avenue NW. At least one person stabbed the group’s members, who were huddled together as they tried to fight off the attackers. Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio, who was stabbed in the stomach, told the Gateway Pundit that they had been walking home after watching election results come in at a nearby bar,” the report said.

“Beatty, known for pouring paint over a Black Lives Matter mural outside Trump Tower in New York City, said she was stabbed in the lower back where her shirt was bloody,” the report said.

Metropolitan Police officials were searching for two black men in all black clothing and a black female in black sweatpants.

The piles of bricks had been reported in Kansas City; Denver; Chicago; Lansing, Michigan; and other cities:

One pile was seen in Chicago.

And more were found in Denver, where summer riots left at least one man dead.

In Seattle, a mob was found parading through the city streets, and eight were arrested.

Among other things, mob members put nails in the middle of roads and blocked traffic.

Police had cautioned the public about traveling near the mobs.

In Portland, Oregon, rioters smashed windows at a college and tried to burn down a building.

The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office said after windows were broken at several buildings on the Portland State University campus that a Starbucks was broken into and a flammable liquid dumped there.

The Daily Caller reported Kaiave James Douvia, 22, was arrested for criminal mischief, burglary and disorderly conduct along with Connor Austin, 25, who was booked for interfering with a peace officer.

Unified Command: To those gathered near PSU, this has been declared an unlawful assembly. Disperse to the south or west.

Failure to adhere to this order may subject you to arrest, citation, or crowd control agents, including, but not limited to, tear gas and/or impact weapons.

— Multnomah Co Sheriff (@MultCoSO) November 3, 2020

Breitbart reported violent Black Lives Matter protesters in Washington harassed and badgered a police officer, shouting, “All cops are f—— b—–.'”