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A convoy of Confederate flag-toting trucks paraded by North Florida early voting locations




UPDATE| Donna Zaccaro Ullman took down her Facebook posting from public view.

More than a dozen cars and trucks toting Confederate "stars and bars" flags paraded  along streets in front of early polling stations in Clay County, Florida this past Saturday. Some of the vehicles also had "Trump for President" banners.

John A. Zaccaro Jr., captured video and pictures of the Trump supporters honking and yelling from their vehicles while he was volunteering as a poll observer. His sister Donna Zaccaro Ullman then shared the images on her Facebook account

She viewed it as "blatant voter intimidation and suppression efforts."

Others commented on her post expressing the alleged "classless" behavior. 

Others called the drivers "rednecks" and "disgusting."

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