President Trump aimed to show just how much support he has behind him after he lost the presidential election — but only 5,000 supporters showed up to his Million MAGA March this weekend.
Joe Biden won the 3 November election but Trump is refusing to concede. On Friday, he was projected as the winner in the state of Georgia — making him the first Democratic candidate to take the state since 1992.
Biden now has 306 votes in the electoral college — far exceeding the 270 threshold to win.
I filmed for 12 hours yesterday at the #MIllionMAGAMarch Proud Boys and Trump supporters were totally out of control roaming yelling 'Four more years' and 'f**k antifa' the cops were standing right there apparently it's ok to destroy property if you're wearing a MAGA hat pic.twitter.com/juM2mJhlAi
— Sandi Bachom (@sandibachom) November 15, 2020
Friday, election officials announced that the vote was the “most secure in American history”, disputing claims of widespread voter fraud from Trump’s camp.
Trump drove through the small crowd and waved to his supporters on the way to play golf. It is reported that he was so disappointed by the crowd size that he was too embarrassed to deliver a speech. The crowds eventually broke out into violence, but it was soon ended by the authorities.
— STAY HOMIE (@nadacreep) November 15, 2020