On Friday, January 20, large groups of protesters are planning to sabotage the inauguration of Donald Trump with large scale and potentially illegal disruptions, according to reports by several media outlets ranging from Fox News to The Daily Caller.

The primary organizer of the protests is a left-wing group known as DisruptJ20, who is using social media to recruit demonstrators for a "bold mobilization" against the inauguration of soon-to-be President Donald Trump. Some of the disruptions planned by the group include a "gay dance party" outside the Maryland home of Mike Pence, as well as several "human blockades" intended to prevent Trump supporters from accessing and witnessing the inauguration.

Fox News obtains undercover recording

On Friday, Fox News released a secret audio recording of a female member of #DisruptJ20 vowing that the group will "do everything we can to try and stop people from being able to access the inauguration."

In the audio recording, captured by Trevor Loudon of the Capital Research Center, the female anarchist vaguely but alarmingly describes the group's intentions when they gather outside the home of Mike Pence in Chevy Chase, Maryland. "We're going to send him off with a bang," warns the protester. She then says the group will crash the Inaugural Ball the following day.

While some may consider a gay dance party a harmless and light-hearted gesture of political and personal expression, multiple sources have revealed that some of the other disruptions planned by #DisruptJ20 protesters are unlawful and destructive.

Alex Pfeiffer of The Daily Caller reported on Saturday that he has been informed by a source with intimate knowledge of the group's plans that "the protests will likely include property destruction."

Spokesperson confirms plans

Fox News reports that the protesters are also planning an unlawful demonstration at 10:00 a.m. on January 20 originating from Logan Square.

These plans, as well as the plan to send Vice President-elect Pence "off with a bang"-- whatever that may mean -- have been confirmed by a #DisruptJ20 spokeswoman, who told Fox News that the group wants to "set a tone" for the next few years.