Crowds Build Ahead of Ohio Trump Rally Targeting GOP House Rep Who Voted For Impeachment

Crowds are building at Ohio’s Lorain County Fairgrounds, not far from Cleveland, for a Trump rally to support Max Miller, a former White House aide who is challenging U.S. House Rep Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) for his congressional seat.

Gonzalez was one of 10 Republican House members who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump in January, a charge which he was later acquitted of by the Senate.

Independent journalist Brenden Gutenschwager tweeted out a video and said, “The Trump Unity Bridge is back out here in Ohio, now with an old ambulance attached to the trailer.”

U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), a strong supporter of Trump, is expected to be in attendance and teased that Trump was going to be firing on all cylinders.

Greene exclaimed last night in a tweet, “Can’t wait to see all the #AmericaFirst Patriots tomorrow at President Trump’s rally – our favorite POTUS ever! Wait until you hear what we have to say!”

A supporter, Jordan Kelley, quote tweeted Greene earlier and shared a picture of the line that is forming. Kelley urged, “We are here!!! Come see us!”

Greene responded, “See you soon!”

Another video that has gone viral on Twitter showed a crowd gathering outside the rally, sitting in folding chairs.

Trump spoke to Newsmax yesterday and declared, “We’re giving tremendous endorsements.”

“Fake Republicans, anybody that voted for the impeachment doesn’t get it, but there weren’t too many of them and I think most of them are being, if not all, are being primaried right now, so that’s good. I’ll be helping their opponent,” Trump added.