Black Lives Matter protesters along with demonstrators for dozens of other 'action groups' are threatening to cause unrest if President Trump continues to press ahead with legal challenges that prevent the counting of votes in crucial swing states in the 2020 election.
The BLM movement along with the Count Every Vote movement are also calling on the president to concede whilst the counting of mailed-in ballots continues.
The voting protests are being led by Black Lives Matter and Shutdown DC which is said to have conducted 'training' for months leading up to Election Day.
Demonstrators, including one carrying a Black Lives Matter flag, march past Independence Hall to urge that all votes be counted in Philadelphia, following Tuesday's election
A demonstrator uses a bullhorn as she marches with others to urge that all votes be counted
National Guard soldiers patrol the streets Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With no winner declared in the presidential election last night, all eyes are on the outcome in a few remaining states
Demonstrators rally outside Independence Hall to urge that all votes be counted, Wednesday
People gather after a rally demanding a fair count of the votes. The counting of ballots in Pennsylvania continues with no winner yet announced
One group, called the Sunrise Movement has allegedly told protesters to break into and occupy government buildings in Washington D.C. and for federal workers to slow down bureaucratic processes should Biden not be declared the winner.
Other cities also have their own chapters in the movement including Washington, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle and Portland.
On Wednesday night in Philadelphia, the Black Lives Matter and Count Every Vote groups stood together in front of Independence Hall before marching to City Hall.
It was a similar scene in Minneapolis where a large crowd of around 500 people blocked off traffic on Interstate 94 for at least one hour.
A Minnesota State Patrol holds a Black Lives matter flag he picked up from a protestor on interstate 94, where demonstrators were arrested for blocking the highway
Demonstrators stand arm in arm at the end of protest marches against racism and issues with the presidential election, blocking interstate 94 in Minneapolis
Police officers line up alongside interstate 94 blocked by protestors marching against racism and issues with the presidential election
Demonstrators raise their fists as they gather to demand a fair count of the votes of the eletion
Demonstrators march to urge that all votes be counted in Philadelphia
Some of the protesters were arrested by State Patrol troopers and Minneapolis police.
'Walking on the freeway is illegal and very dangerous for pedestrians and motorists,' the State Patrol wrote. 'We respect the right of everyone to express themselves under the First Amendment, but the freeway is not a place to do that.'
The race in Pennsylvania still remains too close to call with around 89% of the vote counted
President Trump is leading Biden, 50.7 percent to 48.1 percent, a difference of more than 164,000 votes
Despite the continuing count, Trump went ahead and declared victory in Pennsylvania early on Wednesday morning despite it not being obvious if he had enough votes to win the state outright.
Payton Wood, 21, of St. Paul, Minn., has a cigarette on the roof of his friends SUV while stopped on I-94 in Minneapolis. Police shut down part of the Interstate after protesters marched on it
Marchers head south on Cedar Avenue during the National Day of Protest rally and march in Minneapolis
People with children are let through the police line on I-94 during the National Day of Protest rally and march in Minneapolis
Trump described the continued tallying of ballots in Pennsylvania as an attempt to 'disenfranchise' people who voted for him.
In Minnesota, Biden lead the state with 52.6 percent of the vote compared to Trump at 45.4 percent - a difference of more than 232,000 votes.
In Washington D.C., demonstrators had planned to meet at Union Station or Black Lives Matter Plaza directly across the street from the White House and promised to 'keep showing up and keep supporting each other until the people swear in the new government.'
'The polls have closed and record numbers of voters have cast their ballots in this election. Now it's time to make sure that every single vote is counted, so we can preserve the pillars of democracy and build the future we want to live in,' BLM wrote on its website.
Minneapolis and State Patrol police arrest people on I-94 during the National Day of Protest rally and march
Minneapolis State Patrol arrest people protesting against racism and issues with the presidential election after they blocked Interstate 94 in Minneapolis
Demonstrators react at Black Lives Matter Plaza outside the White House as they watch election returns