The parades for Trump have hit the land!
While there are still several Trump Flotillas on the water this weekend, the parades are moving inland and taking over the streets to show our HUGE support for Trump all over this great country!
Folks, don't try and tell me this man is down in the polls….
Are you kidding me?
This is what a 50-state landslide win looks like my friends!
Check out these videos below.
I love the lady who yells GO TRUMP!
And all the horns honking all over the place!
THE SILENT MAJORITY IS SILENT NO MORE!
From local Fox19:
More than 6,000 people have indicated they will take part in a rolling rally for President Donald Trump on Saturday.
The event’s coordinator, Karen Mills, says her hope is for people to fill the I-275 loop in a show of support for the president and the police force.
Mills said she expects the event to go from 10 a.m. till around 12 p.m.
People can join in by entering one of the 34 staging points along I-275, Mills said.
“Our purpose is to get together and have a great day, and show our patriotism," Mills explained. “The purpose of this event is to encourage one another, see each other as they drive on the other side of the highway, how they decorate their vehicles, and to support the blue line and to support our president.”
Mills says anyone is welcome to join and they don’t have to signup to participate in the rolling rally.
Here's the massive loop:
From local WLWT:
A parade in support of President Donald Trump is planned for Saturday, circling around Cincinnati's Interstate 275 loop.
The parade, planned from 10 a.m. until noon, will consist of several different caravans, traveling both directions of the I-275 Bypass across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
A large turnout is expected. The event has gained large support across social media, with more than 5,500 people saying they would be attending, according to a Facebook event. An additional 11,700 people are listed as interested, as of Thursday morning.
The parade in support of the president was coordinated by a woman named Karen Mills. She is asking for organizers to dress up their vehicles and merge onto the interstate as close to 10 a.m. as possible.
Participants are being asked to turn on their flashers and stay in the right lane as much as possible. Participants can travel in either direction, the event states, as there will be convoys on both sides of the interstate.
Here are some of the earlier boat parades: