Not-so-silent majority pro-Trump paraders seek to break Guinness Book of World Records

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A pro-Trump boat parade in Florida that is attempting to break a Guinness record reflects the “not-so-silent” majority that will enable the incumbent president to sail to reelection in November.

That is the assessment of former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi who serves as national co-chair of the Women for Trump organization.

Speaking remotely to the Fox & Friends Weekend crew on Saturday, an enthusiastic Bondi expressed confidence that the gathering of MAGA boaters from all over the country could break the Guinness world record, which was set in Malaysia in 2014 with a total of 1,180 vessels.

“I think we’re about to today to break the for the largest boat parade. We think we have over 1,800 boats here in beautiful Clearwater, Florida…this is the not-so-silent majority, and this is what we’re seeing. This isn’t one person on each boat. These are families on every single boat, and they are not scared to be out there supporting President Trump and his great agenda,” Bondi asserted.

“We know he built the greatest economy and we know he’s going to do it again, and he’s going to protect all of us, and we’re just so excited to be out here. I’m so excited just to be asked to be a part of it, celebrating with these great people today, these great Americans…This is a not so silent majority, and this is what’s gonna get President Trump re-elected.”


{Source: Fox News)

Parade organizers of the event that launched at Pier 60 on Clearwater Beach said they already exceeded 1,800 paid entrants, with the possibility of 2,000-plus boats on the water, Fox 13 reported.

Organizer Cliff Gehart explained that “It’ll be nice to be in the open air, sunshine, maintain distance and support what we believe is the proper presidential choice. We think it’ll be cool to see a thousand boats with thousands of flags.”

So far, there is no official boat count announcement, which was set to be tabulated at the Welch Causeway Bridge in Madiera Beach, but check back for updates.

Pro-Trump boat parades in Florida and elsewhere, featuring lots of American and Trump 2020 flags, have occurred across the country, particularly after in-person rallies went on hiatus because of COVID.

Check out these tweets of the enormous event as it happened.

Organizers of a South Carolina “Trumptilla” in July 2020 claimed that 3,000 boats showed up, but that mark apparently has not been recognized by Guinness.

Robert Jonathan

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Robert Jonathan is a staff writer for BizPac Review. He is a longtime writer/editor for news aggregation websites and has also developed content in the legal and financial publishing sectors as well as for online education. He earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law, “a law school the basketball teams can be proud of.”
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