(Gateway Pundit) – The people of South Carolina held a boat rally for President Trump this past weekend with a parade on July 5th, with 2,500 to 3,000 boats in attendance.
On Memorial day the Naples Daily News reported:
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.
Boaters departed after 10 a.m. from the City Dock in Naples to a recording of the song “God Bless the USA” and the national anthem. They then navigated Naples Bay and farther south to the Jolley Bridge on Marco Island.
About 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.
Florida: Hundreds of boats ‘make waves’ for Trump from Naples to Marco Island
STORY COMING SOON. pic.twitter.com/3NUe9N7p6T
— Omar Rodríguez Ortiz (@Omar_fromPR) May 23, 2020
President Trump thanked other boaters in Florida for a similar exercise recently:
Thank you. We love our boaters! https://t.co/AhjmAOKfDh
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 25, 2020
This weekend the people of Murray Lake, South Carolina outdid the Trump boat parades to date.
My homestate of SC. Lake Murray. Trump Boat Parade, July 5, 2020. 2500-3000 boats with an average of 8 people per boat. Largest boat parade in history . Broke a Guinness World record.
— Ames #MAGA #20TRUMP20 #WWG1WGA (@AmyPOwens) July 6, 2020
The crowd of boats was massive per the Charlotte Observer.
Making America Great Again!
Featured image credit: @Omar_fromPR
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