Drivers wave Confederate flags, Donald Trump signs at Florida polls – Houston Chronicle
Whatever it is, it certainly doesn’t seem designed to make people feel welcome at the polls.
A group of people waving Confederate battle flags and “Trump for President” signs drove around early polling stations in the days before Election Day in Florida.
The video and photos, reported by The Daily Mail and The Associated Press, show a line of trucks and cars waving the banners. On the video, Trump supporters can be heard honking and shouting at people going to the polling station.
The video, posted by Donna Ullman, was taken in Clay County, Fla., in the northeast part of the state about 40 minutes east of St. Augustine. Ullman posted that her brother, John Zaccaro Jr., captured the footage while working as an election volunteer.