The far left is feuding in Dallas, Texas, after the Democratic Socialists of America abandoned a protest against Immigration and Customs Enforcement after cops showed up on Saturday, according to Monday tweets from Antifa Dallas-Fort Worth.

“@DSA_NorthTexas leadership decided to collab with the pigs and pulled their people from the demo leaving undocumented peeps and everyone else at risk of arrest,” Antifa DFW tweeted Monday.

“After speaking with DSA leadership the pigs moved in moments after DSA leaving,” the Antifa Twitter thread continued. “Not all DSA peeps followed their leadership & stayed. Some were even arrested. When Jail Support reached out to collab they were were met with silence. They offered no support to their arrested members.”

DSA North Texas did not mention the incident on either its Twitter or Facebook pages. (RELATED: Feds Warn Antifa To End ICE Occupation Or Be Arrested)

The protest, outside of an ICE facility in Dallas, occurred on June 30, according to an NBC DFW report from Saturday. Police arrested five people for obstructing traffic, according to the report. The report does not say if those arrested were members of either Antifa or DSA. All of those arrested have made bail, according to a Sunday tweet from Antifa DFW.