Pro-Trump boat parades to take place over Labor Day weekend

Brian Masotti, left, and Tracey Warren wave flags at the hundreds of boats idling on the St. Johns River during a rally Sunday, June 14, 2020, in Jacksonville, Fla. (Will Dickey/The Florida Times-Union via AP)

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UPDATED 10:45 AM PT – Saturday, September 5, 2020

Thousands of Trump supporters across the country are hitting the water this Labor Day weekend. From coast to coast, dozens of pro-Trump boat parades are expected to take place over the holiday weekend.

On Saturday in Dubuque County, Iowa, boats showed their “MAGA” pride on the Mississippi river. Boat parades were also held from Fort Walton Beach, Florida to Pensacola. Many boats were also seen in Matagorda, Texas.

A parade in Branson, Missouri was even expected to break a world record, with hundreds of boats slated to attend. On Sunday, events will also be held in Lay Lake, Alabama, Erie, Pennsylvania, and San Diego, California.

Meanwhile, New Jersey boaters attempted to break a world record with a boat parade in support of law enforcement and President Trump. The “Law Enforcement Officer and Veterans Support Boat Parade” began Saturday morning.

The Guinness World Record listed the largest boat parade as just over 1,000 vessels in size. New Jersey event is aiming for 2,400 boats.

Event organizers are hoping many people get involved to show support for those who need it amid the turbulent political climate and pandemic.

Tune in to One America News this weekend for ongoing, live coverage of these events!

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