As Trump’s motorcade left the Fulton County Jail, his motorcade was met by hundreds of Atlanta residents lining up the street to catch of glimpse of the 45th president.
Videos on Twitter show residents of Atlanta ecstatic that Trump’s motorcade was driving through their neglected neighborhoods.
Many of the residents were heard on video shouting, “Free Trump.”
Donald Trump driving through the urban, poor neighborhoods of Atlanta after his arrest & mugshot.
What happens next will shock you.
Trump gives people hope.
Libs want this video deleted.
The media want it censored.
You know what to do… 👊🏼 🇺🇸
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) August 25, 2023
This is going to backfire in a big way. Urban parts of Atlanta scream “Free Trump!!” As his motorcade passes through pic.twitter.com/pVqofnyThO
— Officer Lew (@officer_Lew) August 25, 2023
Democrats would want you to believe that the urban parts of Atlanta are chanting “lock him up” however the exact opposite is occurring and residents are gleefully shouting “free Trump.”
Before Trump was booked his supporters also lined up in the streets.
FULTON COUNTY- Police have blocked off the entire road leading up to the jail.
Huge media presence and large groups of Trump supporters holding “Trump did nothing wrong” and “Lock Brandon Up” signs are standing across the street. pic.twitter.com/krQ1NSvvl2
— Savanah Hernandez (@sav_says_) August 24, 2023
Per USA News:
Roads between the Atlanta airport and the Fulton County Jail were blocked off as former President Donald Trump arrived in a motorcade to turn himself in on charges related to his efforts to remain in power after his 2020 election loss, giving the scene something of a presidential aura.
But Trump was going to do something no other president has ever done — surrender for booking on criminal charges and have a mug shot taken.
As word spread that Trump was on his way, demonstrators near the main entrance on the Rice Street side of the jail lined security barricades two to three deep. There were more Trump supporters than opponents braving the intense Georgia summer heat, but both groups were outnumbered by media. The crowd, which began gathering in the morning, had grown as the hour of Trump’s booking approached.