WATCH: Kavanaugh Protesters Threaten Cops, Attack Elderly Trump Supporter Outside Supreme Court [VID]

After Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as an associate justice of the Supreme Court on Saturday, protests against him took a wild turn.

Journalist Benny Johnson of The Daily Caller was outside of the Supreme Court as protester gathered, and captured video of some disturbing behavior by the Kavanaugh protesters. He also shared a other video and photos taken by others at the protest, painting a disturbing image.

Protesters not only mocked and harassed police who kept them off the steps of the Supreme Court, they even endured threats of violence. At least one elderly man was attacked for holding a pro-Trump sign, while a black Trump supporter was verbally attacked.

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Johnson tweeted out this video of overly-dramatic Kavanaugh protesters pounding on the doors of the Supreme Court. No one answered.

Two women were caught on camera mocking and harassing a police officer standing guard at the Supreme Court.

One protester who climbed the Lady Liberty statue on the steps of the Supreme Court received applause and cheers from the crowd.

One protester openly called for violence against police officers, and threatened to kill a cop himself. “F**k the pigs, I’m gonna kill you, I’m coming back, Next time I’ll bring a weapon,” he is heard saying on camera. The man is unidentified and was not arrested.

An African American Trump supporter (wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat) was harassed by white protesters, who called him a “racist bigot.”

A 71-year-old man was mocked and then attacked by a pair of Kavanaugh protesters who tried to take away his signs. Eventually, one person made them stop.

A number of protesters were arrested for the antics.

Johnson was able to find one person who actually thanked the police for doing their job and keeping the peace.

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