Donald Trump's supporters didn't take waste time breaking out into 'F*** you Biden' chants immediately as they arrived for the former president's rally in Perry, Georgia.
A crop plane with a banner reading 'Tax the Rich' along with President Joe Biden's slogan 'Build Back Better' circled the rally venue at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter on Saturday afternoon.
Hours before the former president's speech, Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and Senate candidate Hershal Walker mingled with attendees.
Trump is coming to the center of the Peach State on Saturday to hold a rally for Walker, who is delivering one of the speeches teeing up the main act.
Georgia is a key swing state that barely went blue in the 2020 presidential election with Joe Biden winning by less than 0.3 per cent by earning 49.47 per cent of the vote to Trump's 49.24 per cent.
Attendees at Trump's rally on Saturday, however, believe the former president's claims that the election was 'stolen' and that there was widespread cheating by Democrats through the use of expanded mail-in voting at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
A crop plane with a banner reading 'Tax the Rich' along with President Joe Biden's slogan 'Build Back Better' circled the rally venue
Thousands of Donald Trump supporters arrived at the Georgia rally
People show their support for former President Donald Trump before the rally
While the hundreds of individual and bleacher seats filled up quickly, thousands more supporters were able to fill in the standing area in the fenced-in field on the 1,100+ acres of land on the Fairgrounds.
The rally comes a few weeks after Trump sent out his official endorsement of Walker in his Senate candidacy.
'Herschel Walker is a friend, a Patriot, and an outstanding American who is going to be a GREAT United States Senator,' Trump said in a September 2 statement. 'He embodies 'America First' and the winning spirit of Georgia.'
'Herschel is tough on Crime and Borders, and he will always stand in support of Law Enforcement, Military, and our Vets. He will fight hard for our Second Amendment and Voter Integrity,' he added.
'Herschel Walker will never let you down. He was a great football player and will be an even better U.S. Senator—if that is even possible. He has my Complete and Total Endorsement!'
Thousands of supporters gathered hours before doors opened around 2:00pm.
Outside of the rally venue, vendors set up food and booths supporting various causes and Republican candidates – including for Walker, Secretary of State candidate current Georgia Representative Jody Hice, and State Senator Burt Jones, who is running for Georgia Lieutenant Governor.
Walker is a former professional football player and 1982 Heisman