Memorial Day sees MAGA boat parades May 25, 2020
Starting at noon Sunday during Memorial Day Weekend, boaters paraded through Charleston to support President Trump for hours, displaying flags, signs, and more while going from the Coast Guard station by the Battery downtown to Johns Island. @ABCNews4 pic.twitter.com/NVpVvWSqNV— Greg Brzozowski (@GregBrzozowski) May 24, 2020
Welcoming warming temperatures during what’s normally the start of a busy summer tourism season, hundreds of boaters came out Sunday in droves on the Charleston Harbor in South Carolina for a massive Memorial Day weekend parade in support of President Trump.
It happened as South Carolina, more than any other state in the nation, has largely lifted lockdown restrictions that had caused public life for most Americans to come to a monthslong standstill.
The “Charleston MAGA Boat Parade,” organized by OSR Marine, a marine supply store, had more than 700 people in attendance, according to the event’s Facebook page.
“I mean we can’t have rallies right now. We still want to support our president,” one Trump supporter, Yvette Demaria, told WCSC. “As you can see, there are lots of people out here who are supporting him.”
Boats were to meet at the U.S. Coast Guard Station in the battery around noon. Around 12:30, the parade kicked off rounding the battery and up the harbor. Following the route approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, boats then made their way under the Ravanel Bridge and around Drum Island before making their way back past the USS Yorktown and ending just past the Harbor marina.
According to WCIV reporter Greg Brzozowski: “Starting at noon Sunday during Memorial Day weekend, boaters paraded through Charleston to support President Trump for hours, displaying flags, signs, and more while going from the Coast Guard station by the Battery downtown to Johns Island.”
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