Horse and buggy caravan dubbed ‘Amish Trump parade’ goes viral

They’re not horsing around when it comes to the 2020 election.

A video of a President Trump-supporting horse and buggy caravan went viral on Tuesday.

The 20-second clip shows at least five handsome cabs decorated with “TRUMP” and American flags parading in front of a gas station.

The footage was posted on Twitter Monday by the account @45F0RLIFE with the caption: “You know it’s going to be a landslide when the Amish start to rally and create their own Trump Train.”

It racked up more than 100,000 likes and at least 26,000 retweets when it was shared on the Barstool News Network account.

“The Amish are not playing around today,” read the caption.

It’s unclear where and when the clip was taken, or if the people featured in it are actually Amish.

There are large Amish communities in areas of Pennsylvania and Ohio — both battleground states.

Only a small number of Amish people, who are generally conservative-minded, vote in presidential elections, likely less than 10 percent, according to experts.

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