Pro-Palestinian protesters chant anti-Biden slogans outside White House

During Saturday night's assault protest, a crowd of pro-Palestinian supporters chanted slogans of “fuck you, Joe Biden” and nearly destroyed the reinforced fence outside the White House.

As the aggressive protests intensified, non-essential personnel were evacuated from the area as a precaution, the Secret Service confirmed.

Video shows the crowd shaking the fence so violently that it partially came off, and a large swarm of Secret Service police pushed back to prevent rally-goers from entering the grounds.

Some demonstrators threw water bottles at police and broke Palestinian flags with sticks, while others tried to climb the fence.

“Damn Joe Biden!” rallygoers shouted.

“Shatter it! You support the murder of children!”

The anti-scale fence sustained some “temporary damage,” but the actual White House fence and adjacent buildings remained intact, a Secret Service spokesperson told the Post.

“The problem was immediately remediated on scene by a U.S. Secret Service support team,” said Lt. Paul Mayhair.

The demonstrators called for a ceasefire in Israel's war against Hamas. Wido Lyman/X

“As a precautionary measure, some media personnel and staff located near Pennsylvania Avenue have been temporarily relocated while we address this issue.”

No arrests were made.

The Secret Service had erected the fence hours in advance of a demonstration across the street from the White House that was scheduled to be the culmination of a planned march through Washington, D.C., calling for an end to Israeli military action in Gaza.

More than 23,800 people have been killed in Israel's 100-day counterattack in Gaza. AFP (via Getty Images)

Thousands of demonstrators attended the rally, some carrying placards saying things like “I will not vote for Genocide Joe,” “Biden has blood on his hands,” and “Let Gaza Live.” Some participants had

Biden is a supporter of Israel and last month approved an “emergency sale” that sent nearly 14,000 rounds of tank ammunition worth $106 million to the Jewish state.

The rally focused on the significant death toll that has accumulated in the Gaza Strip in the 100 days since Israel retaliated against Hamas' surprise attack on civilians on October 7.

Protesters temporarily damaged anti-scaling fences erected in preparation for the march. AFP (via Getty Images)

More than 23,800 people in Gaza have been killed during Israeli counterattacks, nearly two-thirds of them women and children, according to the Hamas-run regional health ministry.

Israel declared war on October 7 in response to an unprecedented cross-border attack by the Islamic extremist group Hamas, which killed about 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and left 250 others. was taken hostage

An estimated 132 hostages are still being held in Gaza.