Before, during, and after America’s November election, citizens from countries around the world who cherish freedom came out in force to show their support for PresidentTrump.
This incredible massive motorcycle rally for Trump was held in Jerusalem on Oct. 31st:
Spotted in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel:
Massive motorcycle parade for President Trump!pic.twitter.com/Jp2PFtwJ3m
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) October 31, 2020
In Nigeria, thousands of Trump supporters took to the streets to show their support for President Trump:
Massive rally for President Donald Trump in Nigeria, organized by a church. This is shocking and historical, because, I have never seen anything like this.@realDonaldTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr @PressSec @seanhannity @FoxNews @foxandfriends @RealCandaceO @tedcruz @charliekirk11 pic.twitter.com/V8jmMljetv
— Abraham O. Adeyemi (@Berean16031989) October 26, 2020
The pro-Trump, Stop The Steal rallies continue across the world.
a pro-Trump rally in Korea, while the video below shows
The first video shows a Trump rally held in Canada on December 30, 2020, the second video shows a pro-Trump rally in London. Thousands of citizens living in the UK can be seen chanting, “We love Trump!”
UK Trump rally
THE WORLD IS WATCHING
Have you ever seen anything like this?
A Trump Rally…in the UK!!!pic.twitter.com/j4jM3oFQcg
— TXgrlWatching💻⚔🛡 (@VeritasTXgem) December 30, 2020
On Sunday, hundreds of Trump supporters drove through the streets of Toronto in a large car parade to show their support for our president and protest voter fraud during the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Epoch Times reports – The car parade, held on Jan. 3, began at University Avenue in downtown Toronto and proceeded to Yonge-Dundas Square. Participants made a stop at the U.S. Consulate, where they chanted “stop the steal.”
The event was organized by a group called Factual Canada. The group has planned a second rally and car parade for Wednesday, Jan. 6.
One of the organizers, who introduced himself as Mr. Zhang, told The Epoch Times that roughly 200 cars showed up for the event. Based on the online registration for the car parade, 60 were Chinese residents and others came from the Iranian, Vietnamese, and Tibetan communities.
John Ziraco, a retired IBM engineer, joined the car parade with his son. Ziraco grew up during the time when Ronald Reagan served as U.S. President. He said he upholds traditional values and has been a resolute Trump supporter.
“I hope he will win this election. The American people love him. I believe in Trump, and I believe that he will be sworn in as president on January 20. He has to do what he can to win. The people believe in him, they support him. I am one of them,” Ziraco said.
Cody Payant, an accountant from Saskatchewan, said the outcome in the U.S. election contradicts the results of statistical modelling. Canada, being America’s closest ally, should do what it can to prevent its neighbor from falling to “corruption,” he said.
“The truth is there’s a lot of people in Canada who support Donald Trump, support integrity in the U.S. election, and just want to see a fair election, want to see justice in the U.S. election system,” Payant said.
“It’s a fight between good and evil right now, and we just want to see justice served.”