Maskless Trump Supporters Rally In NJ Vs. Obscene Protestors

MAGA hats and TRUMP 2020 signs were common at Saturday’s pro-Trump rally in Parsippany, New Jersey. Face masks, not so much. Screenshot: Patch NJ

Hundreds of Trump supporters shun masks, face down vulgar counter protesters in N.J. park | 

Sep 13, 2020 |

Pro-Trump Rally in Parsippany

NJ.com – Shouting “four more years” and waving flags, hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump held vocal but peaceful rally in Parsippany-Troy Hills on Saturday.

An estimated 200 to 300 Trump supporters assembled in the town’s Veterans Memorial Park along Route 46 with American flags, Trump 2020 campaign flags and “thin blue line” flags.

A similarly-sized crowd of Trump supporters gathered just down the road, in front of Smith Field Park at the intersection of Baldwin Road on the eastbound side of the highway … Read more.

Anti-Trump protestors may have reached a new low on Saturday in Parsippany, NHScreenshot: NJ.com

“I COULD SH!T A BETTER PRESIDENT”

Anti-Trumpers Take ‘Vile’ To A Whole New Level 

PARSIPPANY, NJ—Two rallies in support of President Trump were held on Saturday in Parsippany, with a group of anti-Trump protesters assembling near one of the demonstrations.

One Route 46 East lane was closed near Veteran’s Park and another at Baldwin Road this morning, as pro-Trump demonstrators stood on the side of the road and waved signs, cheering whenever a car honked its horn in support.

At Veteran’s Park, hundreds gathered to wave flags, listen to a DJ play pro-American music, and hear speeches. A man with a shopping cart weaved through the crowd selling American and Trump flags and vendors sold Trump merchandise under a tent.

“It’s about supporting our institutions,” said Ralph Milano, who came to the rally from Rockland County, N.Y. “Our police, our military, and our president” …

The Parsippany Police and Morris Sheriff’s Officers kept a watchful eye on the demonstrations. At Veteran’s Park, officers provided a presence and traffic control.

At Baldwin Road, officers placed themselves between counter-protesters and another pro-Trump group who began to demonstrate near the counter-protesters.

“They’re here because they want trouble,” said Brian Campbell, of Sayreville, one of the anti-Trump demonstrators. “I’m here because we need to get on a new path as a country.” Read more. 

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