The founder of Bikers For Trump told "Fox & Friends" his organization will, if need be, form a "wall of meat" to protect citizens attending President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday from protesters and the like.
Chris Cox said thousands of bikers from across the country are going to converge on the District of Columbia to prevent any violence or wrongdoing at the event.
Cox said he has full faith in the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington as well as the Capitol Police and U.S. Park Police, but will be standing by, should things get out of hand.
In that case, bikers will form a "wall of meat" and stand "shoulder-to-shoulder with [their] brothers and toe-to-toe with anyone" who tries to break down barriers, harass women or throw things.
He said his group has ballooned to 200,000-strong only 15 months after 100 bikers held their first rally in Virginia Beach, Va.
The group will also hold a celebratory ceremony to honor veterans during the lunch recess on Inauguration Day.
The event will be held in John Marshall Park, Cox said, which is a few blocks west of the Capitol.