The words "Trump 2020" were written in the skyline of Sydney, Australia on Saturday as supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump prepared to attend "Stop the Steal" rallies and marches across America.
Although the skywriting message came 11 days after the U.S. election, the results have yet to be finalized as several states are pending recounts while others have legal challenges.
The skywriting message was supported by some Sydneysiders, who took to social media to respond. One Twitter user said, "Sending some love all the way from Sydney for those marching in #MillionMAGAMarch2020."
Another wrote: "All the way from Sydney Australia!! We support Trump 2020."
The Million MAGA March 2020 hashtag was subverted on the weekend by Democrat supporters who posted images of pancakes in an attempt to block authentic posts from being visible to the public.
It is unclear who paid for the "Trump 2020" skywriting message, but the word "Trump" was written in the skies above Sydney once before, around the time of the president's inauguration in 2017.
'Stop the Steal' and 'Million MAGA March'Trump's supporters showed up at marches and rallies in different U.S. cities on Saturday.
At a "Stop the Steal" rally in Lansing, Michigan, rallygoers told NTD News that they were fed up with the legacy media outlets.
Susan Runyon said, “I’m so disappointed. I feel that they just tell us what they want us to know. Everything fraud-related, no, there’s no sign of it whatsoever. But no one’s saying, ‘well, there could possibly be.’ It’s just extremely one-sided.”
Preston Runyon said, “Yeah, that’s pretty much how I feel. They’re borderline treasonists. They’re putting out dangerous stuff to the public that causes friction and tension, and kind of divides the country.”
Another attendee, Dwayne Dimet, said: “The mainstream news media is hiding everything, they’re hiding everything. They’re protecting everything, they’re part of the problem.”
Missouri’s Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, who attended the rally, said he acknowledged there are concerns over the validity of the election results.
“We’re still moving through the process and states to certify those results. There will be litigation,” he said, adding that the state will take a more in-depth look into its voting results.
“But right now, with the margins that we have, I feel confident that any fraud did not affect the winners and losers in our races.”
“Communism is spreading faster in this country than the virus,” one attendee said. “It’s kind of play our words to top the spread. We see other nations fall to the tyranny of the communism, like Russia, China, Southeast Asian countries, Central American countries, even Venezuela. We can’t let that happen here in America. Our fall will be much worse than other countries."