In Boston, Massachusetts, pro-Trump marchers assembled in front of the state house at the “Stop the Steal Rally” Saturday, chanting for four more years of the Trump presidency.
Roger, a Filipino immigrant, told NTD that he came from Texas, calling the election a battle between freedom and communism.
“We came from Texas. We’re supposed to be on vacation but we realized there’s MAGA support rallies. So, we have to do our part as patriot Americans because this might be our last chance. We might have come to a point of no return. I grew up in the Philippines, and we have witnessed how the … of authoritarian regimes destroy the lives of many people. And we cannot allow this beautiful country to be destroyed by the socialist regime. We are here to fight for justice, and we have to make all the votes count because we cannot allow fraud to rule the United States or there is no freedom.”
James McHugh from Hudson, Massachusetts says the U.S. election is being subverted.
“America is going through a subversive takeover of our country that most of the people do not want to happen. Now, what should we do about it? Well, this is what we can do about it. We have a warrior in Donald Trump who’s fighting for us, and we support him.”
Rita Gurevich, an immigrant from Lithuania, has lived in the United States for about 40 years. She says she came to support democracy.
“We are here today because we need to have fair elections. Because without fair elections, there is no democracy in America. And I came here because of democracy. And I wish that people know that democracy is the most important thing.”
Protesters also gathered nearby. But from what we saw, the situation stayed peaceful.