It says a lot that you don’t see any Boaters for Biden!
Across the country, there have been massive boat parades in support of President Trump and his re-election.
And the biggest one so far may have just occurred in Florida!
News-Press reports that the unofficial count is currently at 11,000 boats:
A flotilla of boats promoting President Trump while plying the waters around Lee County on Saturday may have been one of the largest such contingents of politically inspired vessels.
Brian Rezny, organizer of the Trump Boat Parade, said boaters came from all over Southwest Florida and may have topped 11,000 vessels of all kinds.
“Either way it was ginormous,” said Rezy, president of Rezny Wealth Management, Inc. in Fort Myers.
“The Coast Guard said that,” he said. “We’re trying to get it official.”
The Coast Guard could not be reached for comment Monday.
Rezny said boats started at two places, north of Pine Island in the Charlotte Harbor area, and at the south end of Pine Island.
A large contingent from Fort Myers and Cape Coral met at the Midpoint Bridge in the Caloosahatchee River before headed out to Pine Island Sound.
The islands of North Captiva and Cayo Costa were covered in boats anchored and decorated with Trump flags. People stopped their cars along the Sanibel Causeway to take pictures of the flotilla.
“I was in the lead boat,” he said. “At one point, I looked at my GPS and I could see the end of Pine Island. It was at least five- to seven-miles-long. It was wide and it was huge.”
The media says Biden's way ahead of Trump in the polls.
But it's hard to believe that the President isn't going to win another term with support like these boat parades.
It's hard to get behind someone like Biden who stays locked in a basement all day!
USA Today details another Trump boat parade that drew hundreds of boats in Pennsylvania:
A few hundred boaters doubling as supporters of President Donald Trump crossed the channel between Lake Erie and Presque Isle Bay on Sunday, honking horns, flying “Keep America Great” flags and waving to dozens of land-based MAGA backers.
In a show of support for Trump's reelection campaign organized by Austin Detzel, a 19-year-old college sophomore who supports the Republican president, Sunday's boat parade included vessels of all sizes, including personal watercraft.
“It’s been happening all over the country and, honestly, I thought someone in Erie would have done this by now, but nobody did,” Detzel said. . “With COVID, there’s nothing to do anyway. This looked like fun.”
The Erie rally had a better ending than a similar event on Saturday in Texas, where five boats participating in a parade in support of Trump’s reelection sank on Lake Travis, west of Austin.
Trump’s supporters, who helped him narrowly carry Erie County and Pennsylvania in 2016, didn’t just come by sea. They came by land, too. From the vacant West Kmart Plaza in Millcreek Township, Trump backers rode motorcycles, cars and even semi-tractors through the Erie area to Dobbins Landing.
Republican Brian Shank, a member of Erie County Council, said he was “proud” of the turnout.