On Saturday evening, liberal protesters held a "Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice" in the ritzy Washington D.C., neighborhood of Kalorama, where Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner live.
The protest, according to reports and social media, was staged in front of the Trump-Kushner house.
In addition to Trump and Kushner, the neighborhood also boasts notable residents such as former President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. Most others, however, are typical Americans.
So when protesters swarmed the neighborhood on Saturday, residents were angry — especially one 82-year-old man.
Ashley Rae Goldenberg of MRCTV captured the unknown's man anger in a video on Twitter.
"Invent something — do something!" the man tells Goldenberg, mistakingly believing that she is with the protesters.
"Then get out of here!" he screams when she tells him she's not with the protest.
Then Goldenberg's male friend speaks up and says to the man that he doesn't have to be rude, which set him off.
"Rude?! Do you want to get your f**king face hit?" the man said. "You wanna fight with an 82-year-old man?!"
"Get the f**k out of here," the man went on to say.
According to the Washington Examiner, the protesters yelled "f**k Trump" while marching through the neighborhood and clapped along to the song "We Will Rock You" by rock band Queen.
"We are out here to say send a message to protect Mother Earth," one event organizer told WUSA-TV.
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The participants held signs that told Ivanka to "get natural" and criticized the businesswoman for not walking her "children in nature."
Police cars lined the streets of where the mother-of-three resides when in the nation's capital, while barricades and yellow tape were placed to guard anyone from actually stepping onto the property.
It's not clear if any people were arrested as a result of the protests.
Goldenberg captured more photos and videos on Twitter:
Ivanka is a friend of climate change activists and alarmists and had her father meet with former Vice President Al Gore and actor Leonardo DiCaprio — two leaders of the climate change movement — during the presidential transition period.