Image by Andrew Stevenson / WNY News Now.WEST ELLICOTT — Hundreds of President Donald Trump supporters took part in a road cruise on Saturday afternoon.Image by Andrew Stevenson / WNY News Now.Starting at the former K-Mart parking lot at noon, the parade continued west on Route 394 and back toward Jamestown on Route 430.Organizers encouraged people to participate in their trucks, cars, motorcycles, classic cars or “anything street legal.”Image by Andrew Stevenson / WNY News Now.Participants decorated their vehicles with pro Trump signs, flags and bumper stickers. “Support our president and support our essential workers from the Police, fire and volunteer departments along with everyone who has supported our country in a positive way,” organizers said.Image by Andrew Stevenson / WNY News Now.Previously, two recent pro Trump boat rallies were held on Chautauqua Lake drawing more than 100 watercraft and sky divers. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),100’s of vehicles in the Parade to honor our President & Police Force1000’s of people were lining the roads throughout the journey of the parade, ALL in support, beeping their horns passing by, waving American Flags & Trump Flags, thumbs up, Smiling & waving from their homes….. Proud to be American !!!!Less than 20 AntiTrumpers…….Winning !!!!!,I’m proud to be an American and will continue to support our president! God bless you President Trump!,Losers and Suckers….,Isn’t it funny how the anti-Trump people are always so negative, even NASTY at their fellow Americans for not FULLY agreeing with them.Shame…….,Loved every minute of the drive, we laughed at all the vulgar mouths, waved and honked horns with all the Trump supporters. And the support for our President Trump was way over the naysayers. I loved every bit of it.
By Dialogo September 14, 2009 Guatemala called on the international community to stump up 110 million dollars to help battle a famine and drought that has struck the Central American nation. A government statement said the money was needed to buy food for the estimated 410,000 families who have been affected. Guatemala’s President Alvaro Colom has declared the situation — which has claimed 460 lives since the start of the year — a “public calamity.” Most of the deaths occurred in the impoverished northern section of Guatemala bordering Mexico, where more than half of the region’s 13 million inhabitants subsist below the poverty line. Key crops like corn and beans have been decimated by the drought, leading to a spike in malnutrition rates. The drought is also being felt in neighboring Mexico, where the country’s water commission last month warned of a “critical” water shortage that was likely to reach crisis levels by next year. Mexico’s Cutzamala reservoir, which supplies the capital’s urban sprawl, is at record low levels, as are other public and private sources of water. The drought, the worst in 70 years, is said to be caused in part by the “El Nino” seasonal warming phenomenon.