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Pics/Vids: ‘Million MAGA March’ Trump supporters flood DC streets and plazas

Trump supporters rally outside the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Nov. 14, 2020. (Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)
November 14, 2020

Tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people crowded into the streets in Washington D.C. on Saturday in support of President Donald Trump, as he continues to contest the results of the Nov. 3 election after several media outlets called the election for his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

Early in the event, Trump rode in his motorcade past crowds of his supporters, waving as he went.

CNN correspondent Sara Sidner tweeted, “President Trump just drove by the #MillionMAGAMarch in DC and the crowd went crazy. I ran along side the motorcade. Notice him waving right after you see security walking beside the car.”

The hashtags #MarchForTrump and #MillionMAGAMarch trended on Twitter throughout the day Saturday.

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The New York Times tweeted, “President Trump’s motorcade drove by hundreds of supporters, who had gathered in Washington to protest the outcome of the presidential election, on the way to his private golf club in Virginia on Saturday.”

A Twitter user posted, “The view along Pennsylvania Avenue in DC this afternoon, as the Million MAGA March makes its way from Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court #MarchForTrump #MillionMAGAMarch #DC.”

GOP commentator Paris Dennard tweeted, “When I say Donald you say TRUMP! #MarchForTrump. We are a mighty army for @realDonaldTrump.”

Dennard also tweeted photos of the crowds and said, “This is what democracy looks like! The #MarchForTrump was amazing! We gathered to show our support for President @realDonaldTrump and the millions that voted for him and the #GOP!

White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications Dan Scavino tweeted “11/14/2020 – Washington, D.C.#MarchForTrump #MAGA.”

Scavino also tweeted a photo of the crowds gathered in D.C.

Trump campaign consultant Katrina Pierson tweeted, “When American’s know that the Fake News is the enemy of the people, they #MarchForTrump,” along with photos of the gathered crowds.

Pierson also tweeted, “We see you, America #MarchForTrump.”

As the rallying in D.C. went late into the day, more video began to emerge of altercations between Trump supporters and counter-demonstrators, including several videos of Trump supporters being attacked.

A Twitter user posted, “DC: Trump supporters attacked by Antifa and BLM. Antifa and BLM hit, throw eggs and unknown liquids at Trump Supporters walking through BLM Plaza. You can hear see and hear the female Trump Supporter cry in fear.” The group affiliation of those attacking the Trump supporters was not immediately verifiable from the video.

Former journalist Craig Dillon tweeted, “another #Trump supporter from the #MAGAMillionMarch attacked in #BLMPlaza.”

On Saturday, some Twitter users used the Trump rally related hashtags to post images of pancakes being flipped, in apparent references to states that flipped from supporting Trump in the 2016 election to supporting Biden in the 2020 election.

A Twitter user posted a GIF of pancakes flipping with the caption, “#MillionMAGAMarch i enjoyed watching those flipping states from red to blue.”

Another Twitter user posted, “Flipping pancakes 2020 style 🥞#MillionMAGAMarch #MillionMAGAMarch” with a photo of a stack of pancakes labeled Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.