Protesters held a "Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice" in front of Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner's house in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Video posted to social media by Ashley Rae Goldenberg of MRCTV shows participants gathered in front of the Kalorama neighborhood house chanting, "Ivanka Trump, come dance!" The group also gathered in front of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's home nearby.
The rally caused such a racket that at least one neighbor confronted protesters. Video shows the man saying he's an 82-year-old man who lives in the neighborhood before telling one person in attendance to "get the fuck out of here."
The neighbors around Ivanka Trump's house are upset. One of them started yelling at my friend who was just recording with me to leave. pic.twitter.com/w6s9yL6qfj— Ashley Rae (@Communism_Kills) April 2, 2017
Earlier in the evening while marching to Kalorama the participants yelled "fuck Trump" and clapped along to Queen's "We Will Rock You."
A similar rally was held back in January at Vice President Mike Pence's house before he moved to the official VP's residence.
According to the event's event page, protesters are demonstrating against President Trump's executive orders rolling back his predecessors climate rules.
The description says: "It's time to WERK for Mother Earth."
The event page also slams the entire Trump administration, singling out Scott Pruitt, "the climate denying head of the EPA" and Rick Perry, "head of the Dept of Energy, an oil hawk who's a flaming homophobe."
The event hosts also took umbrage with a final draft of the 2020 Census sent to Congress which lacked the sexual orientation and gender identity that the Obama administration reportedly had been looking to add.
"Also, in case you hadn't heard, Trump revoked protections for LGBTQ government employees and removed LGBTQ questions from the census—all the more reason to turn out and show that YOU COUNT," the event page says.