Pro-Trump protestors have taken to the streets of Victoria in support of the controversial US President.
The group was spotted marching up St Kilda Road towards Melbourne's CBD and waving American flags and pro-Trump signs.
The parade of people was also heard chanting 'four more years' and 'Donald Trump'.
They were later seen congregating outside the US Consulate General near Fawkner Park in the city's south.
Meanwhile in Melbourne, Australia: Trump supporters walking down St Kilda Road to the CBD pic.twitter.com/RGgAMOKGNG
- João Pedro Kist (@jaopkist) January 6, 2021
Hearing reports of idiots in Melbourne driving around with Trump flags flying out of their cars this morning? Same heroes who had their protest down St Kilda Road?
- cameron adams (@cameron_adams) January 6, 2021
According to the Daily Mail, the protestors believed the rally would 'stave off communism'.
Some of the signs seen at the Melbourne rally continued the baseless claims that have been issued by the US President since November 3.
One said 'Stop the steal!', another said 'Stop Biden stealing the election', 'no socialism, no communist, no Biden'.
The protest was live-streamed on social media and many couldn't believe it Trumpism managed to make its way to Australia.
One viewer wrote: "Don't drink and Facebook kids. You'll end up squishy brained like these muppets."
Another added: "If you're pro protectionist and nationalist, why are you concerning your self with the affairs of other states?"
A third said: "What is it about certain Australians that makes them adopt American political culture as though it were our own?"
The Melbourne rally came before violent scenes unfolded in Washington D.C., where Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building.
Hundreds rallied outside the building and clashed with police while several others broken into the Capitol and went door to door.
One woman was shot dead and several others were injured and taken to hospital, including a police officer.
As a result of the situation in Washington D.C., Twitter, Facebook and Instagram has locked Donald Trump's account for 12 to 24 hours.
Twitter said the President made 'repeated' and 'severe violations' of its policy and has been forced to delete three tweets.
They wrote: "As a result of the unprecedented and ongoing violent situation in Washington, D.C., we have required the removal of three @realDonaldTrump Tweets that were posted earlier today for repeated and severe violations of our Civic Integrity policy.
"This means that the account of @realDonaldTrump will be locked for 12 hours following the removal of these Tweets. If the Tweets are not removed, the account will remain locked."
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