A two week road trip termed March For Trump kicked off in Florida on Sunday.
The mobile rally began in south Florida in Doral close to the president’s part-time residence and club Mar-a-Lago.
The intention is to tour the country before ending with a massive march for Trump in Washington, D.C. on Saturday December 12th.
‘We’ve got to take to the streets and DEMAND ELECTION INTEGRITY. If they can steal this election from President Trump, we’ll never get our freedom back. We are encouraging people to caravan to freedom with us if they can,’ the organizers of the tour state on the March for Trump website.
Trump supporters held up placards including ones that pleaded ‘Stop The Steal’ before chanting the phrase – a common theme since Trump lost the vote earlier this month.
Trump flags were waved and rallying calls were made to the gathered crowd who are desperate to see the election result overturned.
The March for Trump bus tour kicked off at Doral Central Park for a two week multi-state rally in support of President Trump
Two week bus trip kicked off in Florida on Sunday and will travel around the eastern half of the country
President Trump supporters gather to kick-off the March for Trump bus tour, a two week multi-state rally
After making two stop in Florida on Sunday, the caravan will continue to neighboring Georgia and the Carolinas.
The tour only goes as far west as Iowa but also makes stops in many of the swing states Trump lost to Joe Biden in this month’s election including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.
The tour will end in Washington D.C. on December 12th and conclude with another MAGA rally at which around 5,000 supporters are expected to attend.
The final rally is scheduled two days before the Electoral College cast their votes on December 14 from their respective states.
‘President Trump needs to hear from us, We The People, that we do not want him to concede. We will March for Trump to demand transparency and protect election integrity,’ the tour organizers state.
The rally will travel thousands of miles in a bus that has been especially commissioned for the purpose of the trip
The tour will visit 18 states including the swing states of Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan which Trump lost to Joe Biden during the November 3rd election
A man steps inside the March for Trump bus, at the start of a two week multi-state rally
The mobile rally is termed March For Trump and designed to show support for the president
The tour started in the Sunshine State of Florida on Sunday afternoon in Doral, close to the president’s Mar-a-Lago home
Trump Hats are seen during the March for Trump bus tour kick-off
Pro-Trump groups gathered in Freedom Plaza listening to speeches before marching toward the Supreme Court.
Around 13,000 Trump supporters attended the gathering which at one point saw the presidential motorcade conduct a drive-by.
Applause, cheers, waving and whistles from hundreds of Trump supporters lining both sides of the street greeted Trump as he drove on by.
Supporters punched the air, took photos and held signs that included ‘Best prez ever’ and ‘Stop the steal’.
The crowd also waved flags with messages including ‘Trump 2020: Keep America great’, ‘Trump 2020: No more bulls**t’, ‘All aboard the Trump train!’, ‘Women for Trump’ and ‘Trump 2020: Pro life, pro God, pro gun’.
Trump supporters are seen parking their cars before the first stop on a two-week touring rally
There appears to be no dwindling in the enthusiasm shared by Donald Trump’s most loyal supporters
One car was decorated with the Trump name and iconography including a flag declaring support for the police
Trump supporters held up placards including ones that pleaded ‘Stop The Steal’ – a common theme since Trump lost the vote
A woman wears a skirt of a U.S. President Trump’s political flag as people gathered in Florida to kick-off the March for Trump bus tour
Inside the armored presidential state car, Trump was spotted smiling, waving and pointing at his supporters.
Such marches and rally’s took set to continue despite Joe Biden having won the election with 306 Electoral College votes to Trump’s 232. He leads Trump by over six million in the popular vote.
Trump and his lawyers continue to allege, without evidence, that the election was stolen through widespread fraud and that Trump is the winner.
On Thursday, Trump said that he will leave the White House if the Electoral College votes for Biden.
However, the following day he appeared to walk back on any attempt at a smooth transition saying Biden can only enter the White House if he can prove his votes are not ‘fraudulent’.
Two weeks ago, a pro-Trump rally took place in Washington D.C. overflowing Freedom Plaza, which has an official capacity of about 13,000 people
Pro-Trump groups gathered in Freedom Plaza listening to speeches before marching toward the Supreme Court in a massive demonstration supporting Trump’s claims of election fraud
At one point, Trump made a surprise visit at Million MAGA March in Washington, gesturing to the cheering crowd
‘Biden can only enter the White House as President if he can prove that his ridiculous ‘80,000,000 votes’ were not fraudulently or illegally obtained. When you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia & Milwaukee, massive voter fraud, he’s got a big unsolvable problem!’ Trump tweeted Friday.
‘Biden did poorly in big cities (Politico), except those of Detroit (more votes than people!), Philadelphia, Atlanta and Milwaukee, which he had to win. Not surprisingly, they are all located in the most important swing states, and are long known for being politically corrupt!’
Trump’s campaign has shown no evidence of massive voter fraud and his team’s legal efforts to throw out votes have so far failed.
A hand recount of ballots in Georgia confirmed Biden’s win there and a hearing-style event in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, revealed no evidence of voter fraud in that state.
While he continues to refuse to back down publicly, behind the scenes he is said to be preparing to run in 2024 in an indication he has somewhat accepted defeat.
Trump is already looking to secure the backing of prominent donors and allies to back his race with some having already pledged their support.
Trump supporters hold ‘Stop the Steal’ signs outside the Supreme Court during the ‘Million MAGA March’ on November 14 after the 2020 US presidential election was called for Democratic candidate Joe Biden. A similar march is planned in two weeks
Earlier this month, Trump supporters punched the air, took photos and held signs that included ‘Best prez ever’ and ‘Stop the steal’
Some Trump supporters ran excitedly after the motorcade. There were chants of ‘USA! USA!’ and ‘We want Trump!’