Throughout the United States, thousands of people took to the streets to express their support for President Trump in his fight against the CCP virus. In New York, on Sunday, Oct. 4, a convoy of more than 100 cars stalled traffic on Fifth Avenue for at least 30 minutes in support of Trump, according to the New York Post.

A long line of cars, trucks, and motorcycles came into the city, mostly from Long Island and stopped at the Trump Tower where they cheered the president on. 

The demonstration was completely peaceful, with only shouts for the president and chants of “Four more years! Four more years!” in support of the re-election. Silence befell the crowd when they prepared came to send a joint prayer.

“There were a lot of cops but no problems,” said a local security guard interviewed by the New York Post. “It was quiet, no stress. No one was bothering anyone,” he said of the significant show of support from the protesters.

One of the organizers, with a loudspeaker, repeated several times, “This is a serious situation, the leader of the free world is sick. The leader of the free world needs our support. Send some good energy to President Trump.”

The demonstrations of support for President Trump could be seen in many parts of the country throughout the weekend. Oklahomans also gathered Saturday at a march in front of the Oklahoma State Capitol organized by “Drive for 45,” a nationwide conservative movement in support of the president’s re-election.

On Staten Island, a group of people also gathered to offer the president their support. New York Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis from Brooklyn was one of the organizers of the event and posted a short video on Twitter saying, “New York wishes you well, Mr. President. Get well soon @realDonaldTrump.” In the video you can see the successful call.

People have held similar demonstrations in places around the country, to wish the president well in his fight against the CCP Virus. As Breitbart reported, a considerably large group also gathered at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where the president is hospitalized, to offer their affection and wish him a speedy recovery. 

President Trump even surprised his supporters gathered in front of Walter Reed when he appeared from a Secret Service vehicle, from where he greeted his visitors.

President Trump also expressed his gratitude to the fans who showed up in front of Walter Reed via Twitter saying, “𝙏𝙃𝘼𝙉𝙆 𝙔𝙊𝙐  to all of the Great American Patriots who have come out tonight, in support of @realDonaldTrump at Walter Reed Medical Center. We’ll all get through this, TOGETHER!”