Saturday's rain showers didn't stop supporters of President Donald Trump from coming to the Missouri Capitol for a third weekend in a row.
Once again, those who came were from locations across the state such as Arnold and Springfield. They stood outside of the west entrance to the Capitol and then moved to the corner of Broadway and High streets, holding sings and flags and waving to those who honked their horns in support as they drove past.
Those who came have been staying in contact via social media.
Boston Hauser, of Camdenton, was among the first to get to the rally and spoke for many in the crowd who said they wanted Trump to not concede and continue his legal fight over the election results.
"This fight is never going to end," Hauser said. "(Trump) is fighting for our beliefs. The only votes that should count are those where the people actually came to the polls and cast a ballot. We also need proper IDs. You should make sure that everyone that comes displays their ID before they vote. We need more voter security, and we shouldn't allow mail-in ballots again."
A smaller group of supporters chose to walk around the Capitol grounds praying, as they believe Trump is the leader who would defend Christian beliefs and the sanctity of life, not Joe Biden.
It was unclear if the group would come back again next Saturday, but some members said if they did, they would probably come starting late in the morning. Some in Saturday's crowd were passing out a flyer for a Dec. 12 march for Trump in Washington, D.C. A contention from Missouri is planning to go to that event, leaving Dec. 11 from Columbia.