WATCH: Total Chaos After BLM Protesters Disrupt Restaurant in Dallas, Police Intervene

A video of BLM protesters causing chaos in a restaurant in Dallas has gone viral on Twitter with over 360k view. Eventually police were forced to intervene and use tear gas, but not before plenty of destruction took place.

Ian Miles Cheong tweeted:

Black Lives Matter started a riot at an otherwise peaceful restaurant in Dallas by attacking customers and staff. This is what Cultural Marxism looks like.

Per BizPacReview, a large crowd of mostly white protesters was seen holding signs and chanting, disrupting diners and using profanity with children sitting a few feet away at the restaurant tables. Felder, who captured and loaded the 12-minute video on his Instagram page, condemned the self-described Marxists for their attempt to garner attention.

“They’re out here right now trying to act a fool,” Felder, the founder of YouTube’s The Right Brothers, narrated as the chanting quickly turned into rioting as the demonstrators began shouting at customers and staff following some apparent pushback.

“Here it is, see?” Felder continued. “They create the unrest and then they get upset when someone actually speaks up for themselves. That’s the problem.”

Confrontations erupted as the formerly peaceful night was shattered by the violent group, bent on creating anarchy. Dallas Police officers were soon on the scene as the mob clashed and threw objects, invading the restaurant area.

“These people can’t behave…this is Marxism, cultural Marxism to a T! They did not come out here to be heard, they come out to create a scene. You’ve got to realize what this really is and call it out for what it really is,” Felder said amid the mayhem.

“Out here at this restaurant tonight, we had plenty of white people, plenty of black people all out here having a good time,” he continued, panning his cell phone camera to show what appeared to be many stunned patrons looking on. “And they came out here to create this scene, and now they’re acting like they’re the oppressed people.”

Police apparently resorted to using tear gas to break up the disruption as protesters laid siege to the restaurant.