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You've heard of the Trump Train….but have you heard of the Trump Fleet?
I think a Fleet is about the only word to describe 500 boats all out together, united for one cause.
United behind Donald J. Trump!
Such a great sight to see, this is so cool, check this out:
Has Biden ever received a boat parade?
Scratch that...have you ever even seen a single Biden flag?
The Naples News had more details on this awesome story:
From canoes to yachts, over 500 boats decorated with U.S. and Trump 2020 flags navigated Collier County waters Saturday in support of President Donald Trump's reelection.
Boats departed after 10 a.m. from Naples City Dock to a recording of the song "God Bless USA" and the national anthem. They then navigated down the intracoastal waterway to the Jolley Bridge on Marco Island.
Around 530 boats participated in the parade, said Jamie Mosbach, a spokeswoman for the Collier County Sheriff's Office.
"We didn't have any incidents," she said.
From a boat filled with her family members, Marco Island resident Doreen Oliverio said that she wants to see Trump win the 2020 general election.
"He is the greatest and can turn our country around," she said.
Carl Oliverio, Doreen Oliverio's nephew, said he came from Calabasas, California to get away from the state's stay-at-home restrictions, which he called a "lockdown."
He said the media is unfair to Trump.
"He was duly elected, and he should be given a fair chance," Carl Oliverio said.
Steve Loyd, co-organizer of the event, said the parade shows that a majority of Americans back Trump.
"I'm overwhelmed with the support," he said.
Marco resident Angie McGrath was in one of the boats with her wife, Caryn, as they pumped gas at the dock. She said members of the LGBT community back the president.
"Everybody says lesbians aren't for Trump," she said. "We are here to prove them wrong."
Naples resident Rob Leyden said he supports Trump because "he cuts taxes."
"I don't believe in entitlement," he said.
Kim Mitchell, president of the Republican Club of South Collier County, said the parade turned out better than expected.
This isn't the first time boats have put on a parade for Trump: