A Donald Trump supporter’s truck has gone viral, with the owner’s devotion to the former president earning him over 405,000 social media views.
On October 7, while attending the Rod of Iron Freedom Festival in Pennsylvania (also known as “GunStock”), producer Ford Fischer captured film of the MAGA supporter’s truck. The truck displays an image of Trump in a vintage military outfit next to the date “1776,” the year of the Declaration of Independence, as well as decals that read “Drain the Swamp” and “Death Row to Pedos.”
The 77-year-old’s most recent mugshot was also photoshopped onto the head of a muscle-bound torso with the words “Pray for Uncle Trump.” The most eye-catching decal, however, is one showing the business mogul holding a gun and saying, “Merry MAGA you filthy animal.”
The image is a nod to the 1990 holiday movie Home Alone, in which Kevin McAllister (Macaulay Culkin) is secretly watching a gangster film after his parents abandon him.
Fischer posted the video on X, formerly known as Twitter, with the message, “They love guns, and they love Trump!”
The video surprised viewers, prompting user Izzy to write, “Tell me it’s not a cult.”
“These people are sad and scary,” @Mominsweats commented.
“Where do people get the money for this stuff?” Diana Prince wondered. “I believed they all claimed to be struggling blue-collar workers who have fallen behind due to the economy.”
“That is so cringe,” Smith exclaimed, while SMB described it as “the most pathetic thing I’ve ever seen.”
Throughout his time at the event, Fischer revealed snippets about the firearms auction—which included a limited edition “Make America Great Again” AR-15 rifle—a Proud Boys booth, and a “concealed carry” fashion show.
Sebastian Gorka, Trump’s former deputy assistant, attended the event and received a Rod of Iron Award as well as a wooden American flag with Trump’s face on it. The 52-year-old television personality also paid a visit to the Trump truck, where he scrawled his name beneath the “Pray for Uncle Trump” logo.
Trump is still competing for the Republican presidential nominee in the current presidential primaries, despite his current legal challenges, which involve four investigations in Georgia, New York, Florida, and Washington, D.C.
At the moment, the former president is unquestionably the frontrunner. According to the polling website FiveThirtyEight, Trump currently has a 55.9 percent approval rating, with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis coming in second with 14.7 percent and pharmaceutical company owner Vivek Ramaswamy coming in third with 7.9 percent.