Villagers join in golf cart parade in support of Donald Trump

Villagers took to their golf carts, forming a parade Friday afternoon in support of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

The long line of honking golf carts traveled from the rally point at Barnes & Noble to nearby Lake Sumter Landing Market Square. From there, they went across the bridge at Lake Sumter, down Morse Boulevard to Spanish Springs Town Square. After circling the square, the carts traveled through the Del Mar Gate to Rio Grande Avenue, back to Morse Boulevard, across the bridge again and made a second circle around Lake Sumter Landing Market Square.

Watch video of the parade here:

Sue Cianci, with megaphone, organized the event.
Sue Cianci, with megaphone, organized the event.

The carts were decorated with Trump signs, leaving no doubt as to who these Villagers will be casting their ballots for in the March 15 Florida Presidential Preference Primary.

Sue Cianci and Bill Garner were the ringleaders of the event.

Cianci used a megaphone to rev up the crowd and the sometimes curious onlookers.

The parade received honks of support and plenty of thumbs up.

Not all were there to support Donald Trump.
Not all were there to support Donald Trump.

There was the occasional thumbs down. One protester showed up with a sign prior to the start of the parade. Trump fans offered the protester some Trump literature.

Villager Denise Neal had her golf cart decked out for Trump, complete with a blonde combover.

Denise Neal decorated her golf cart to look like The Donald.
Denise Neal decorated her golf cart to look like The Donald.

“I am not the type that would normally get this involved in a political campaign,” she said. “I am doing this for my children and their children.”

Donald Trump fans cheered on their candidate.
Donald Trump fans cheered on their candidate.
The golf cart parade awent from Lake Sumter Landing to Spanish Springs and back.
The golf cart parade went from Lake Sumter Landing to Spanish Springs and back.