Trump Cars and Trucks Troll Biden Bus in Texas
The 2020 Presidential Campaign cycle has been unlike any other Presidential cycle in American history. The last few days before the final day to vote, Nov. 3,shows the Trump campaign is not slowing down.
Democrat Joe Biden’s surrogates were riding by bus to events and being trolled on the road by Trump supporters on the road following closely behind, or alongside the Bus for hundreds of miles, in cars and trucks adorned with Trump flags.
Including a hearse that is following behind the Bus, calling themselves the “Biden Hearse”.
A woman reported on Twitter:
The police held Trump cars back so they couldn’t follow the bus but one of our guys that has a big huge truck wrapped in Trump got behind the bus. Bidenbus is going 80 miles an hour on the highway and the Trump truck is following them. Stay tuned.
“A Trump supporter with an “Official Democrat Cemetery Vote Collector” hearse tailed a Biden campaign bus in Houston on Thursday, leading to the vehicle running at least one red light in an attempt to get away.
The hearse, which sports a “Trump Keep America Great” logo on the driver’s door, and Thin Blue Line, Trump, and American flags, also trolls Democrats with such sayings as:
- “Collecting Democrat votes one dead stiff at a time.”
- “Dig ’em Deeper, Bury ’em Cheaper Funeral Parlor”
- “Clinton Foundation Suicide Limo Service – 1-800-HANG-URSELF”
- “Official Democrat Cemetery Vote Collector”
A video posted on Facebook by John Grebe shows the pursuit by the hearse on a congested highway. He noted the Trump supporter immediately behind the bus, the hearse, and a train of other Trump supporters behind.
Video showed the bus at a red light before driving through it, causing a delivery van driver to jam on the brakes.”
Here is their schedule:
THURSDAY Fort Bend:
In one stop the candiates were not on the bus at all,
We have learned representatives of the campaign will roll across the Ocean to Ocean bridge early Friday morning. They will then lead a caravan to the campaign’s new “victory supply center.” The campaign tells us the center will be an appointment-only facility where supporters can pick up yard signs, and other campaign paraphernalia.”
“The candidates will not join the caravan on this leg of its tour,” they wrote.
Reports from people on the ground were that bus event was not well attended.