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There are plenty of signs suggesting that President Trump may win big on Tuesday, to include talk about unprecedented levels of support from the black community, as well as the gay community.
There are also massive pro-Trump caravans seen in strong Democratic precincts, and while it may be foolhardy to trust the electoral process given the circumstances, when the Amish get aboard the Trump train you know it just may be a runaway.
A social media user shared footage of a pro-Trump Amish caravan, as only the Amish can do, suggesting a “landslide.”
“You know it’s going to be a landslide when the Amish start to rally and create their own Trump Train,” the tweet read.
You know it’s going to be a landslide when the Amish start to rally and create their own Trump Train 😎🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/HFzyb0s5cP
— 45🇺🇸 (@45F0RLIFE) November 3, 2020
While Democrats talk a good game when it comes to diversity, it would appear that the real diversity is among those backing the president.
Last week, President Trump earned the endorsement of the Crow Nation Indian Tribe.
The Crow Nation Indian Tribe endorses PRESIDENT TRUMP.
He says that ALL tribes benefit under THIS President. pic.twitter.com/y5YA8XRAMb
— Rep. Steven Smith (R-GA) 🇺🇸 (@RepStevenSmith) October 25, 2020
And there’s a video making the rounds of what is described as a “victory dance” by the chief of an unknown tribe.
The footage has drawn some criticism over the inverted flag, which is to be used to represent distress — the flag also touches the ground, which is seen as disrespectful.
Victory dance by the chief of the tribe ! ✨🙏🏻✨
Trump/Pence 2020🚂🇺🇸🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/5pUXRCKjZf
— Shimon piamenta 🇺🇸🇮🇱シモン (@PiamentaShimon) November 3, 2020
Back to the caravans, former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush made a cameo appearance in the 2020 election — just as he did in 2016 — when he shared video footage of a massive pro-Trump parade traveling through the Valley in Southern California.
“This is something I never thought I’d see. It’s been going for a half-hour now,” Bush said. “I’m blown away by how long this rally is, it’s been going for a half an hour and there’s no sign of any kind of shortage here.”
“In the place where you’d think there’s nothing but wasted votes, right, because it’s heavily, heavily blue,” he added. “But this is some scene, man.”
And there was a similar occurrence in New Jersey on Sunday, although the MAGA caravan managed to run afoul of the law when traffic ground to a halt.
Authorities in the state are launching an investigation of the Trump supporters to determine who’s responsible for blocking the northbound lanes of the Garden State Parkway.
As for the Amish community, they appear to be going all-in for Trump.
The great Amish community in Lititz, Pennsylvania has show up in HUGE numbers for the President, Donald J. Trump, @realDonaldTrump they've all agreed to vote for him in the community!
— Sportsman Nate (@foursticks_nate) October 26, 2020
And while some on the left may laugh about the impact that would have on the race, leave it to outspoken actor James Woods to add the proper perspective.
“You can laugh, but what you are missing is that a weird coalition of Americans exists that might make a win possible,” Woods tweeted. “When you have the Amish, rappers, Orthodox Jews, Hispanics, suburban moms, etc. all for Trump, that is a truly unusual and possibly winning combination.”
You can laugh, but what you are missing is that a weird coalition of Americans exists that might make a win possible. When you have the Amish, rappers, Orthodox Jews, Hispanics, suburban moms, etc. all for Trump, that is a truly unusual and possibly winning combination. https://t.co/1Gla6fn8sg
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 3, 2020
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