Californians took to the iconic streets of Beverly Hills to show the silent majority of African Americans support the president.

Footage is circulating on social media, showing what appears to be a group of African Americans who wave both a national flag and 2020 Trump election campaign flag while they march down Rodeo Drive.

The group’s slogan, “black lives matter, make America great again” appeared to suggest not all African Americans support the extreme anarchist protests that are sweeping across the nation since Minnesotan George Floyd died in police custody on May 25.

“Those are the black lives that matter,” one of the marchers can be heard saying in the Twitter video.

The group was disappointed by the lack of enthusiasm others showed as they passed them and simply commented that the march was about giving President Donald Trump another four years in the Oval Office at the upcoming general election on Nov. 3.

“What? Nothing? That is silence right there now,” the marcher said. “It is Trump, it is Trump, you know. It is what everybody is saying to me.”

The group believes everyone should show their appreciation for the African Americans choosing to support law and order over street violence, looting of businesses, and destruction of historical and religious monuments.

“[We get] no cover on no magazine,” the marcher said. “Just letting the 5-year-old in his own crib know, [we get no] cover on no magazine.”

According to the Red State website, the group also discussed the capitalistic right to own a private enterprise without risk of anti-anarchical law enforcement.

“Surprise: many actual black individuals own their own businesses, show up on time, work hard to compete, and do it in style—like artists,” the publication said. “They do not all think alike.”

The peaceful movement inspired several Trump supporters to voice their support on social media.

“Amidst the scorn, and despite being called [expletive] and Uncle Tom’s, a few of us black Trump supporters took to the front to head a collective march through the streets of Los Angeles, as we all showed support for America, Trump, and our police,” MAGA Hulk said on Twitter.

“These people are free, Black Lives Matter is a method of control,” comedian Alistair Williams said on Twitter.

One witness claimed the Los Angeles Police Department arrested one anti-Trump voter on suspicion of assault against a peaceful protester.

“I was there at the end of the march, we passed a group of haters and a woman was spitting at us,” Nikky said on Twitter. “A beautiful, innocent, American Trump-supporting lady was assaulted by the woman spitting. Police arrested the perpetrator immediately. The Trump lady [later] went back to support Trump.”