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Amish Hold Horse & Buggy Trump Parade — With American Flags and Cows and Stuff Thrown in for Good Measure!


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Mike Miller

Sept. 21 2020


In this June 18, 2018 photo, James Chase, back left, shares slices of melon with sons belonging to an Old Order Mennonite family at the family’s farm in New Holland, Pa. Over time, black Baltimore street vendors fighting to keep their anachronistic trade alive managed to forge an unlikely alliance with rural Pennsylvania’s Mennonites – generally less austere cousins to the Amish – who serve as a sustaining link. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Move over Boaters for Trump, here come the Amish!

The Amish/Mennonite community held a pro-Trump parade in Fredericksburg, Ohio, on Saturday — replete with horses and buggies, cows, wagons, and maybe a few chickens thrown in for good measure.

The parade was organized by Bikers for Trump in an effort to help “energize” Amish/Mennonite support for Trump and provide the traditionalist Christian sects a more visible voice in the 2020 election.

From horse-drawn carriages to wagons decorated with Trump-Pence banners, to two guys riding steers, it was a sight to behold.

“All of the enthusiasm was on Trump’s side,” one man said. “When was the last time you saw the Amish community get involved like this?”






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