President Donald Trump drove his motorcade through the Million Dollar March in Washington on Saturday, Nov. 14, where hundreds of thousands of his supporters gathered to show their support for the president and ask that they stop stealing the election, the New York Post reported.

Another group, under the slogan “Stop the steal” of elections, also gathered in Freedom Plaza, two blocks from the White House. According to the Facebook page of the event, around 300,000 people were at the event.

Trump announced on Twitter yesterday that he would stop by to greet his followers.

Friday, Nov. 13, was the president’s first public appearance in the White House’s Rose Garden to announce the availability of the CCP Virus vaccine in the coming days free of charge to all Americans. The president remarked that this was part of his Warp Speed initiative as the lab in charge of the vaccine Pfizer, a pro Biden group, denied Trump was behind the effort.

President Trump did not answer questions after his announcement.

President Trump’s supporters represent the nearly 73 million voters (the actual figure will be known when all litigation is resolved at the Supreme Court) who elected him to a second term but due to systematic election fraud by the Democratic apparatus, he has not yet been able to be officially confirmed.

The peaceful demonstrations organized by the president’s supporters represent the determination of the American people not to give up America to the socialism represented by the Democratic Party. Not only because the United States represents the last bastion of freedom, but because the elections were not won by the Democrats, that is, Americans re-elected President Trump and rejected socialism.

The marches will take place in several states including as Pennsylvania, Texas, and Michigan where the likes of Alex Jones, Roger Stone, and Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) will give speeches.

Supporters of President Donald Trump participate in a Stop the Steal protest after the 2020 U.S. presidential election was called for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, in Washington, on Nov. 14, 2020. (Hannah McKay/Reuters)
Supporters of President Donald Trump participate in a Stop the Steal protest near of the U.S. Capitol building after the 2020 presidential election was called for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, in Washington, on Nov. 14, 2020. (Leah Millis/Reuters)

Violent leftist groups such as “refuse fascism” also organized a countermarch in Washington, allegedly just to “outnumber” the Trump supporters, according to their organizer, although the images show that it will be impossible for them to do.