A mass of cars brought New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway to a halt on Sunday morning to show support for President Donald Trump.
Several people appeared to be standing in the roadway while some were on top of their cars waving American flags, Trump 2020 flags, and Thin Blue Line Flags:
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“Yeah! We shut it down, baby. We shut it down!” the person filming is heard saying as cars honk.
More footage showed the traffic at a complete standstill:
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In yet another video, one driver appeared to be perched on top of a truck filming the line of cars as music blared in the background:
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The traffic reportedly slowed down due to the parade that stretched approximately two miles long, according to News 12 reporter Jim Murdoch:
Got some texts about traffic jams earlier – here's what happened: Traffic slowed for miles on the @GSParkway northbound due to a "Trump parade" of vehicles estimated to be about 2 miles long. Photo credit: Tom Szabo @News12NJ pic.twitter.com/n9oekmvjSI
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Over 1,000 joined a parade and rally for Trump in New Jersey on October 24, according to Breitbart News.
“This is the people of New Jersey, and this is what they want,” said Mike Hydro of Readington. “All the things you read or see, it’s nonsense.” Trump works to put America first, Bedminster resident Joel Melitski added.
“This country, after both world wars, has been given the task of resurrecting the world, helping everybody, doing for everybody. What’s wrong with America first? Donald Trump believes in this country,” he continued.
According to my friend Denise, who was at the last rally in Butler, PA, the @SecretService put the crowd at 57,000.
Did you get that? pic.twitter.com/cMvPUfTZVe
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Despite freezing cold, wind, and snow flurries, thousands of Americans waited in line to attend Trump’s rally in Macomb County, Michigan, on Sunday morning.
Detroit News reporter Beth LeBlanc tweeted video footage of the crowd:
A portion of the line in Macomb County’s Washington Twp ahead of a cold and rainy rally for President Donald Trump — his third of five in Michigan in the space of a week. pic.twitter.com/1U2WNBciwg
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Thousands more gathered to hear the president speak at his rally in Dubuque, Iowa, on Sunday afternoon, according to Breitbart News.
“At the time Trump took the stage, at roughly 1:45 p.m. CST, the temperature in Dubuque was 38º F, with gusts of wind up to 40 mph, creating a wind chill of 21º F,” the report said.