Trump supporters rallied on the water in Florida to break the Guinness World Record for the largest boat parade

by Monica Humphries of the Insider

August 16, 2020

A ‘Trumptilla’ from June in Fort Lauderdale, Fl. CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP/Getty Images


On Saturday, August 15, 2020, thousands of boats flooded the waterways of Clearwater, FL to rally for President Trump and break a Guinness World Record. KTJ Nation was there and oh boy was it a sight to see and experience! It was truly amazing to make history and enjoy a beautiful day of camaraderie and patriotism out on the water. The event began at Pier 60 in Clearwater with our national anthem being played. The parade then headed south, as WWII Biplanes flew overhead. It continued to One Tree Island where parachutists jumped out of planes with huge Trump flags and American flags attached to them. It ended in Madeira beach with some 2000 boats in attendance. Not a mask was anywhere in sight. Just patriots living their lives and enjoying the beautiful day on the water. If this parade was any indication of what will happen on November 3, 2020, we have one word for you – LANDSLIDE

Please enjoy these pictures and videos we captured.

Miss Peggy and our wonderful captain, Jim Norman


Here’s Why the Huge Trump Boat Parades are Important to You

by Jim Norman

HERE’S WHY the huge Trump Boat Parades every weekend are IMPORTANT TO YOU.

This weekend – and every weekend- there will be 250 or more Trump boat parades across the US. Yesterday in Clearwater Florida well over 2000 boats of all shapes and sizes set a new world record for boat parade.

THE IMPORTANCE? You need to look past the boats to recognize what is happening. Each individual boat is more powerful and influential than a protest of several hundred rock-throwing, spitting, America-hating thugs the media loves to show. Instead, each boat represents multiple very powerful yet quiet protests in its own neighborhood that continues for months.

THE SIGNIFICANCE? Yesterday’s Clearwater Boat Parade.

It’s not about the boat parade. It’s about the boaters. And the boaters represent influential community leaders who espouse hard work, education, family values, faith in God, and love of country. Their protests are silent, but they are the majority and they continue long after the boat is on the trailer.

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