Trump supporters were spotted jamming up freeway and blocking bridges in several Democratic states on Sunday just two days before the election.
Videos posted to social media captured vehicles traveling together in convoy with many flying pro-Trump flags and insignia.
In New Jersey, video shows hundreds of cars gathered along a packed Garden State Parkway.
Trump supporters stop their vehicles and block traffic on the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown, New York
With just two day left before the U.S. Presidential election, Trump supporters coordinated large caravans across the country dubbed ‘Maga drag’
Many of the convoys see flag-waving pickup trucks deliberately blocking traffic
Some of the convoys have taken part in strongly Democratic states including New York
Trump supporters attend a pro-Trump rally in West Nyack, New York
People show their support for President Donald Trump during a Trump Boat Parade in San Diego Bay on Sunday,
In San Diego the parade drew hundreds of boats, which spread out across the bay while spectators lined the waterfront
Trump 2020 and U.S. flags adorned some of the vessels — from large yachts to small boats
People who were participating in a pro-Trump convoy got out of their cars on what would normally be busy freeways to wave ‘Trump 2020’ and pro-police flags.
‘WHOOO! We shut it down baby! We shut it down!’ one person could be heard on Twitter video.
The stopped convoys created traffic jams as people deliberately got out of their cars on the major motorways.
Video shows some people standing on top of their cars to wave flags.
The boat parade was the third in support of Trump since June in San Diego
People cheered from the docks as boaters in support of Trump sailed on by
A person dressed as President Donald Trump claps during a Trump Boat Parade in San Diego
Supporters of President Donald Trump with decorated vehicles, caravan on the I-495 Capital Beltway in Fort Washington, Maryland
A line of drivers flew ‘Keep America Great’ flags and Trump flags along the Maryland interstate
One pickup truck was festooned with signs reading ‘Drain the Swamp’ and ‘Law and Order’ and had a red, white and blue elephant statue in its truck bed.
Supporters of President Donald Trump participate in a car and motorcycle rally at in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
In New York, Trump supporters filmed a line of cars with pro-Trump flags between Seaford and Montauk in Long Island. The convoy was also seen along nearby Route 25.
North of Manhattan, a caravan calling itself Jews for Trump could be seen traveling across the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge near New York City.
A caravan of around a thousand vehicles stretched out from Rockland County to Westchester County in New York, rallying for president Trump before then shutting the bridge down.
The same group also managed to shut down the Brooklyn Bridge for a period of time.
Twitter users posted pictures of massive Trump convoys blocking the roads in New York and New Jersey
The Bronx–Whitestone Bridge, a suspension bridge in New York City, carrying six lanes of Interstate 678 over the East River was shut down for a time as the Trump convoy passed by
A Trump convoy was spotted in Anchorage, Alaska with one user comparing it to Isis
New York state Sen. David Carlucci slammed the caravan and called on state police to charge those involved.
‘What was seen in New York was aggressive, dangerous, and reckless behavior by some Trump supporters,’ Carlucci said in a statement posted to Twitter.
‘The New York State Police should be working to identify these individuals and charging them. We all have the right to show support for a presidential candidate, but we do not have the right to endanger others and break the law,’ he said.
Similar scenes were also witnessed in Maryland and Pasadena, California as a caravan of Trump supporters in wheels passed on by.
Another Twitter user compiled convoys along freeways in New York and New Jersey
Video was posted to Twitter that shows the convoy in New Jersey shutting down the Garden State Parkway
A small convoy was seen taking place in Santa Clarita, California
Twitter used posted pictures from Riverside County, east of Los Angeles as a Trump convoy travelled along a local interstate.
In downtown San Diego, supporters of the president drove through the city. One Twitter user reported the convoy lasting for 20 minutes as vehicles filed by heading to the harbor where a Trump Boat Parade took place.
The parade drew hundreds of boats, which spread out across the bay while spectators lined the waterfront.
Trump 2020 and American flags adorned some of the vessels — from large yachts to small boats.
The boat parade was the third in support of Trump since June in San Diego.
In strongly Democratic California, dozens of vehicles were lined up at the side of the road in the for a procession through the Coachella Valley.
In Western Washington state, more than one thousand cars and pickups gathered for a procession through the state which has voted Democrat in every election since 1988.
A long line of cars was spotted traveling along the interstate in El Paso, Texas
Western Washington State saw around 1000 vehicles taking part in the Trump convoy
Around 100 people took part in a convoy that travelled from Maryland to Pennsylvania
One Twitter user estimated that a convoy a mile long was traveling the interstate in Denver
People show their support for President Donald Trump during a Trump Boat Parade in San Diego Bay on Sunday
People cheer on a Trump Boat Parade from Tuna Wharf in San Diego on Sunday
Hundreds of boats cruised the San Diego Bay Sunday to show their support for the president
Some adults still appeared to be wearing their Halloween costumes from the night before
With Election Day only two days away, San Diegans took to the water and coastline for the third and final boat parade
100 cars were all captured on camera ready to take part in a rolling convoy from Maryland to Pennsylvania and back.
In the swing state of Virginia in the city of Richmond, there was more of a police presence as a Trump Convoy passed through the state capital.
4,000 miles away from Washington D.C. in Anchorage, Alaska a convoy passed through the Midtown section of the state’s biggest city.
Denver, Colorado saw a ‘Trump train’ more than a mile long hogging the main interstate into the city.
It was a virtual carbon copy in El Paso, Texas where Trump-flag bearing pickup trucks were also seen traveling along the Interstate.
A driver waves to people during a rally in support of President Donald Trump in Beverly Hills
Supporters march on Rodeo drive during a pro-Trump demonstration in posh Beverly Hills
Police officers watch as supporters march on Rodeo drive during a pro-Trump demonstration
Thousands amassed to join the rally that was to be the last pro-Trump gathering in Beverly Hills before Election Day
Beverly Hills has become a surprising hot spot for Trump supporters, as the weekly rallies have been gathering larger crowds every week
Thousands crowded sidewalks and streets in Beverly Hills, waving pro-Trump flags
On Friday, businesses along Rodeo Drive boarded up their windows ahead of the election
A rally supporting president Trump in Beverly Hills was met with counter-protesters forcing police to intervene