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Another Pro-Trump Rally Is Happening In Toronto Right Now (PHOTOS)

People are holding signs that say "truth shall prevail."
Canadians For Trump: Second Rally In One Week Takes Over Downtown Toronto (PHOTOS)

For the second time this week, participants in a 'Canadians For Trump' rally have taken to the streets of downtown Toronto.

The rally, which started at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, took place outside the United States Consulate on University Avenue. A similar demonstration took place in the afternoon on Sunday, January 3.

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Demonstrators showed their support for the outgoing U.S. president with "Stop the Steal" flags.

They protested the outcome of the 2020 election, claiming that electoral fraud took place.

"Truth shall prevail," reads a flag displayed by several participants in the rally. Others say, "Trump 2020" and "Keep America Great."

The Facebook event, called "Stop the Steal Jan 6 Toronto Cross Town Car Parade," says that it is scheduled to wrap up at 3:30 p.m. today.

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