Two men were removed from Yankee Stadium during a Thursday night game after they displayed a large banner declaring "Trump Won Save America."

Videos and photos posted to social media showed many other fans booing the men who unfurled the banner while some appeared to clap. The men unfurled the banner from the second deck behind first base.

In a video posted by Sports Illustrated reporter Max Goodman, fans continued to boo the sign as one person could be seen attempting to pull down the banner from his seat below the two men. 

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In pictures taken by the New York Post, a Yankees Stadium security official could be seen struggling to take the flag from the two men as they resisted.

A later video posted to Facebook showed more security guards arriving before they confiscated the banner and appeared to handcuff one of the men.

Security officials led the men away, prompting a round of cheers inside the stadium. The incident took place during the second game of a doubleheader between the Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays.

The incident comes as many of former President TrumpDonald TrumpKushner lands book deal, slated for release in 2022 Biden moves to undo Trump trade legacy with EU deal Progressives rave over Harrison's start at DNC MORE’s supporters still back his false claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him through widespread voter fraud, a claim his team failed to substantiate in various court cases.

A Quinnipiac University poll published Wednesday revealed that nearly five months after Congress met to certify President BidenJoe BidenMellman: Trump voters cling to 2020 tale FDA authorizes another batch of J&J vaccine Cotton warns of China collecting athletes' DNA at 2022 Olympics MORE’s Electoral College victory, about 66 percent of voters who identified as Republican still do not think Biden's win was legitimate.

The election claims culminated in hundreds of Trump’s supporters storming the Capitol on Jan. 6 as Congress was meeting for a joint session to certify Biden’s win. Multiple people died amid the chaos, and dozens of others were injured.

Democratic lawmakers have pushed for the creation of a commission to investigate the mob attack, though Senate Republicans on Friday struck down a House-passed bill that would have mandated the creation of one.

While six Republican senators broke ranks to vote in favor of the legislation, it fell short of the 10 GOP votes needed to advance.