WATCH: Amish And Mennonite For Trump Parade Is Nothing Like You’ve Ever Seen Before!

Written by K. Walker on September 21, 2020

You’ve seen Bikers for Trump, the Trump boat parades, and the socially-distanced truck parades, but you’ve probably never seen support for the President quite like this…

Speaking of Bikers for Trump, it seems that this entire event was organized by them. They organize all sorts of rallies and parades across the country.

FREDERICKSBURG — Amish buggies donning blue Trump flags and horse-pulled wagons decorated in red, white and blue passed through the town Saturday.

The parade, organized by Bikers for Trump, kicked off at 10 a.m. in support of the reelection of President Donald Trump. A second parade featuring tractors, buggies, motorcycles and trucks will kick off at the same time and location on Sept. 26.

Chris Cox, founder of Bikers for Trump, posted live video updates on the group’s Facebook page. Bikers for Trump, which was established in the summer of 2015, is a political group that supports Trump’s agenda and upholding American liberties, according to its website. Bikers for Trump does parades and rallies across the country.
Source: Wooster Daily Record

The link to the Wooster Daily Record has been changed. Perhaps it had something to do with the headline that they originally posted.

Here’s a Google search result with both articles. The headline was changed from “Parade energizes Amish, Mennonite community to show support for Trump” to “Buggies for Trump.”

What could have possibly motivated that change? Was it the positive tilt to the story?

The carriages and horses were decorated and they were proudly waving Trump 2020 flags.

Check it out:

The parade went into town and there were around 500 people there showing their support.

Check out this unity!

It was quite incredible to see the Bikers for Trump alongside the Amish and Mennonites all supporting our President.

Back in December 2019, President Trump held a historic meeting with Amish businessmen in the Oval Office. They discussed the upcoming holiday, business, and faith. They also met with Vice President Pence and then-Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney.

After the meeting, several of the men met with the press. Brothers Eli and Ben Hostetler were both in attendance. They said that although they don’t harbor any illusions that the President is an overtly religious man, they do believe that he shares the same Christian ethos and was moving the country in the right direction.

They respect that President Trump is a man of his word–“Promises made, promises kept”–and that character trait along with his work ethic are attributes that are shared and respected by the quiet Christian sect.

“His faith is changing. It is so much easier, it might sound a little bit rude, but it is so much easier to pray for a government that is doing something in the right direction,” Mr. Hostetler said.

They said Mr. Trump’s businessman ways, something to which they could relate, was what the country had long needed in the White House. It is the same sentiment expressed by many of the voters who backed Mr. Trump in 2016.

“From a business standpoint, he’s doing a wonderful job. That’s what we’ve needed for how many years. How long did the United States need a businessman in there to run the country, to get it going in the direction that we are taking now?” said Eli Hostetler, 60, a grain farmer and chicken grower.

Source: Washington Times

It truly says something that the Amish and Mennonite communities who normally keep to themselves are out there openly supporting President Trump.

While this isn’t a huge voting bloc for President Trump, it does say something about the widespread support that he has across vast swaths of very different Americans.

It looks like President Trump is a “unity” candidate after all.

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker