WOW! Fans Cheer For ‘TRUMP WON’ Banner At Red Sox Game In Blue Massachusetts (VIDEO)

Trump apparently has fans even in true-blue Massachusetts.

At a recent Red Sox game, a fan unfurled a large banner that said ‘TRUMP WON’ and people in the crowd stood up and cheered.

Of course, stadium security immediately escorted the man with the banner out of the stands.

BizPacReview has the story:

Cheers erupt when fan unfurls ‘Trump Won’ banner at Fenway Park in liberal Massachusetts

A baseball fan was escorted out of Fenway Park in Boston after unveiling a giant banner during a Monday afternoon Red Sox game that read, “Trump Won – Save America,” according to local media and video posted to social media.

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A team spokesman said that the fan was booted from the park because of a rule prohibiting such signage displays, WCVB5 reported.

The banner was unfurled during the fourth inning in the center field bleacher’s seats during a Sox game against the Miami Marlins.

“The incident happened while the Marlins training staff was examining starting pitcher Zach Thompson before the start of the bottom of the fourth inning. Thompson threw some warmup pitches before exiting the game with an apparent injury,” WCVB5 reported.

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Baseball fans in one video can be heard cheering and clapping when the banner rolls open.

Check out the video below:

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