Trump Supporters Allegedly Set Guinness World Record at South Carolina Boat Rally
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On the 5th of July, Trump supporters gathered in South Carolina to hold a boat rally for President Donald Trump.
According to a new report, the boaters set a Guinness World Record considering an estimated 2500-3000 boaters were in attendance.
”A boat parade honoring President Donald Trump over the Fourth of July weekend in South Carolina may have broken the world record, with thousands of vessels taking part," reports Newsweek.com.
Check out what the Daily Gumbo reported:
The “Trump Boat Parade” was held at Lake Murray on Sunday. Organizers originally thought around 1,500 boats would take part in the event, which was a display of support for the president.
More than 2,700 people said they would be attending the event on its Facebook page, with nearly 5,000 more expressing a possible interest.
“This event will be the largest Parade in the history of Lake Murray, SC and quite possibly anywhere in the world,” said the description on the events page scrollerads.com.
“Join us and thousands of other proud Americans from 7 states as of now as we show support of Donald Trump and for what he is doing for our great country.”
According to the organizers 3,400 boats took part in the 20-mile long parade.
“According to the 3rd party company whose expertise is counting people and things from the air, we had a record shattering 3,417 boats and over 30,000 people participating in the ‘Trumptilla,'” said event organizer Pressley Stutts.
“They used drone footage, aerial photography and GIS analytics to count all of the boats," they added.
Check out some of the epic photos below:
Check out what the Naples Daily News reported on Memorial Day for a different boat parade in Florida:
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.
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