Massive MAGA Rally Breaks Out Near Trump's Florida Home for Presidents' Day
Trump supporters flood streets for hero's welcome in Palm Beach
A massive MAGA rally broke out near President Donald Trump's Florida home on Monday as flag-waving supporters flooded the streets.
Trump received a hero's welcome as his supporters lined his route home in Palm Beach to celebrate Presidents' Day.
The celebrations for President Trump come amid a growing backlash against the Republicans who voted to impeach him.
The 45th POTUS was acquitted at his second Senate impeachment trial over the weekend, injecting new energy into Trump's movement.
He was pictured in public for the first time since the decision in West Palm Beach, waving to fans and giving a thumbs up from his motorcade.
Monday's event was billed as a "peaceful and patriotic" pro-Trump rally, saw hundreds of his supporters gather outside the Mar-a-Lago Club waving flags and cheering for their president.
Trump surprised attendees of the Presidents’ Day rally by showing his appreciation of their support.
Riding in a black SUV, the Trump drove slowly through the cheering crowd, protected by members of the Secret Service.
Supporters waved Trump flags and American flags, chanting “USA!” as Trump’s familiar shock of blond hair was spotted in the window of the vehicle.
The pair of SUVs drove slowly through the crowd before continuing on down the highway.
Police were spotted at the event to control the crowds.
Hundreds of Trump supporters joined the rally about a mile west of Mar-a-Lago to celebrate Presidents’ Day and the 45th President of the United States.
Right Side Broadcasting Network was present for the event and streamed it live.
Trump fans continue to show their affection.
On Sunday, a woman from San Antonio, Texas spent more than $1,000 to have a plane fly over Mar-a-Lago with the message, “We love you Prez Trump.
"Happy Valentine’s Day.”
On Monday, another message for Trump flew by that read, “We ❤️ Trump!
"The Best is Yet to Come.”
Meanwhile, as Neon Nettle previously reported, North Carolina Senator Richard Burr is now facing a formal censure vote from his home state's Republican Party after voting in favor of convicting Trump.
He joined six other Republicans on Saturday in voting in favor of convicting Trump for "inciting an insurrection" ahead of the deadly Capitol riot on January 6.
Fellow dissenter Republican Senator Bill Cassidy was also censured by the GOP in his home state of Louisiana.
The move by Burr's home state GOP is the latest in fallout for the seven Republican senators dubbed "Republicans in name only" or "RINOs."
The vote to formally express disapproval of Burr is expected to pass swiftly with overwhelming support for censoring him.
Those who sided with Democrats in voting to convict Trump include Burr, Cassidy, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.
Trump issued a statement after his acquittal on Saturday hinting at a political re-emergence, promising that "soon we will emerge with a vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future."
"Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun," he said.
The Senate vote means Trump is still eligible to run for another term in 2024, but he has not confirmed whether he intends to do so.