SEA OF RED: Images Surface Of The Enormous TN Crowd Waiting For Trump

President Trump is set to arrive in Chattanooga, TN stumping for Republican  Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn.

The visit is Trump’s third to the Volunteer State on behalf of Blackburn and his fifth to Tennessee since taking office in January 2017.

Ahead of the Chattanooga rally, Trump will be in Macon, Georgia — about 200 miles from Chattanooga — for a 4 p.m. rally in favor of Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, who is locked in a heated race with Democrat Stacey Abrams.

The lines formed as early as 2am in Chattanooga, TN and the MAGA energy is elevating!

Thousands of supporters are eagerly awaiting outside of McKenzie Arena, which is the primary basketball arena for the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga. The arena, located on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, seats 12,000.

Images and videos have surfaced around social media of Trump supporters ready to see President Trump and Marsha Blackburn in TN and you can’t even make up the crowd size. (Continued Below)

The sea of red is not slowing down and President Trump’s rallies are seemingly growing in numbers by the day.

Republicans are pumped and ready for the midterms on Tuesday along with keeping the conservative movement going.

Trump announced Sunday that country music star Lee Greenwood will perform “God Bless the USA” at Sunday’s rally in Chattanooga. (Continued Below)

Check out the support of Tennesseans that are waiting for tonight’s big event!

President Trump tweeted ahead of the event in TN, “On my way to Macon, Georgia where the crowds are massive, for a 4pmE #MAGARally. Will be in Chattanooga, Tennessee tonight, seen below, for a 7pmE rally. Something’s happening! Everyone needs to get out and VOTE!”

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The event is set to begin at 7 p.m. central. President Trump is behind Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn 100%, who is running against Democrat Phil Bredesen. Former Gov. Bredesen is having his own event at 1 p.m. in Chattanooga.

The race between Blackburn and Democratic challenger Bredesen has received much attention across the Volunteer State throughout the midterm campaign season, as well as national attention, as they battle to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Bob Corker.

Let’s keep it up Patriots!