Two men face misdemeanor assault charges over allegedly attacking two street preachers during a Gay Pride festival in Seattle.

Jason Queree, 36, and a second unidentified man were arrested by police during Sunday's Pridefest, KOMO News reported.

A man who prefers to remain anonymous captured the melee on video.

In the video, the protesters, one wearing a “Trust Jesus” t-shirt and carrying a Bible and the other holding a “Repent or Else” sign on a tall pole, are confronted by an angry crowd of people.

“If I were you, I would fucking leave,” a girl screams at the man with the sign. “If I were you, I would leave.”

The girl warns the protester that his friend is about to “get his ass raped” as the protester in the “Trust Jesus” t-shirt is seen being shoved in the background.

The incident escalates a few moments later when another man attacks the protester for his sign pole, pulling him to the ground. In the scuffle, Queree punches the protester, and the second man kicks him as other people pile on. Some in the surrounding crowd can be heard trying to stop the fight. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Conservatives reacted to the incident by saying that the men arrested should face additional charges and pointed to Queree's 29 run-ins with the law.