Labor Day Weekend: Thousands of Trump Supporters Gather Coast to Coast for Special Event


A phenomenon of boat parades supporting President Donald Trump continued from coast to coast throughout Labor Day weekend.

With just two months until the November election, the events took place all across the U.S. over the holiday weekend to mark the unofficial end of summer.

The Daily Mail reported that the parades, dubbed “Great American Boat Parades,” were organized in eight cities.

Other such events appeared to be organized at local levels.

A Sunday parade in San Diego, California, attracted countless boaters.

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According to KUSI-TV, more than 2,000 boats attended the event, while countless more Trump supporters watched from shore.

Likewise, another on-the-water Trump event drew equal enthusiasm in Palm Beach County, Florida, on Monday.

Democratic Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones, a prominent Trump supporter, shared an image of a similar event in the Peach State.

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“This is an aerial view of the boat parade for @realDonaldTrump yesterday at Lake Lanier in Georgia,” he tweeted.

“It also included Black supporters. The silent majority is about to get ‘Lit!’”

Trump’s campaign shared a video of the Lake Lanier boat parade.

“Enthusiasm for President Trump is sweeping the country!” the Trump War Room Twitter account wrote.

Former Florida Attorney General and Trump adviser Pam Bondi shared an image of a Trump boat parade Monday in Jupiter, Florida.

Other boat parades were held on lakes and rivers across the country:

Jake Schneider, the deputy director of rapid response for Trump’s campaign, also shared a media montage of the weekend events.

“The Silent Majority making their voices heard!” Schneider wrote.

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Johnathan Jones has worked as a reporter, an editor, and producer in radio, television and digital media.
Johnathan "Kipp" Jones has worked as an editor and producer in radio and television. He is a proud husband and father.