Presidential hopeful Joe Biden had to cut his tour of Texas short after his rallies were drawing more people supporting current President Donald Trump than his own supporters.
The Biden campaign has been making a last-ditch sweep through the Lone Star State in an effort to drum up more votes just before the election. It's unclear whether Biden or Harris was in the campaign bus at that time.
Despite lots of evidence of media bias in their favor, many pundits feel this will be a tightly contested race for the presidency this Tuesday.
Another user tweeted a video of Trump supporters in their vehicles following Biden's campaign bus to the next rally stop.
"This is the most badass thing I've ever seen in my life. Go Texas," reads the caption to the video.
Here is some video of the pro-Trump caravan following the Biden bus as it pulls out of the city of Houston:
"North of Houston just about 30 mins ago, went for miles!" tweeted the user, replying to the original tweet regarding the tour being cancelled.
CBS Austin reported that the Austin event was cancelled after Trump supporters "reportedly harass[ed]" the tour bus.
Texas House Representative Sheryl Cole tweeted that the tour had canceled its Pflugerville stop because "Pro-Trump Protestors have escalated well beyond safe limits."
CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper quote-tweeted a thread alleging that Trump supporters were trying to run the Biden tour bus off the road. He has since deleted the post, saying that the thread he had reposted was "deranged."
Texas is considered to be a swing state this year by many pundits, going into Tuesday's elections. However, the state itself has been traditionally divided over past decades, with the western part of the state being staunchly red and the bigger cities in the east of Texas blue, especially the cities of Houston and Austin. This may explain why people are expressing surprise about the events in a usually heavily Democrat leaning city like Houston, for example.
Some people on Twitter and other social media also took to calling the incident "harassment" and complaining about the Trump supporters being armed. People responded saying that "we take our guns with us everywhere in Texas."
Both concealed and open carry are legal in the state of Texas.