Ohio Amish Community Holds Horse & Buggy Trump Parade!

A group of Amish and Mennonite folks and others in Ohio held a horse and buggy Trump parade replete with U.S. flags and even a few cows last weekend.

Americans have been organizing Trump boat parades, Trump motorcycle parades, and Trump automobile parades all across the country. Many have been spontaneous, as well, coming together in only hours instead of being planned for weeks.

On the other hand, there have been about zero parades for the “Harris-Biden administration.”

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It certainly looks like all the excitement is on Trump’s side, doesn’t it?

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In any case, on Saturday, the citizens of Fredericksburg, Ohio, were treated to an unusual site when a large group of Amish folks and others broke out their horses and buggies and organized themselves into a Trump train parade.

One local farmer even brought out his giant bull for the proceedings…

One of the men who helped organize the parade said that the Trump campaign was not pressuring the Amish to do anything.

“We’re not here to try to change their narrative. We’re not here to talk them into voting. We already know there’s a giant swell of interest from the Amish community regarding Trump. Our goal is to give them a little louder voice. To give them a direct path to Donald Trump’s ear,” Chris Cox, founder of Bikers for Trump, said.

The Washington Post noted that a group calling itself the Amish PAC is helping thousands of Amish people get to the polls for Trump.

“Amish PAC aims to garner more votes for President Trump in 2020 in a state both the president and the Democrats are desperate to win. Amish people tend to align strongly on policy with Republicans, who share their opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage,” the paper wrote.

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