The National Agricultural Advocacy Group Rural America 2020 began displaying a digital billboard in front of Des Moines International Airport in Iowa on Tuesday before President TrumpDonald John Trump Two ethical groups call on House to launch impeachment investigation against Bar Trump, returning to big rallies after diagnosis COVID-1
The group on Tuesday tweet image on billboard, which says “THE EVENT OF TRUMP KOVID SUPERSHADER,” along with a large arrow pointing to the airport, where the president will speak to his supporters.
We’re doing our part to warn Iowans that @realdonaldtrump is in town tomorrow. This billboard is directly in front of Des Moines Airport, where he will hold his hangar rally. #Superspreader #SuperspreaderTrump #covidiots pic.twitter.com/KtN9SebH4T
– Rural America 2020 (@ RuralUSA2020) October 13, 2020
The group said in press release that he plans to leave the billboard up during the campaign on Wednesday night.
“We all need to worry about a president who was in the hospital with COVID last week and who now wants to take thousands of people to a hangar at the airport,” Iowa Rural Management Board 2020 member Chris Henning said in a statement.
“This is the height of irresponsibility. “We saw what happened in the Rose Garden,” Henning added, referring to a White House event for Judge Amy Connie Barrett, where many Republicans are thought to have contracted the disease.
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“Why should the president be allowed to bring this kind of behavior to Iowa, especially when our cases are increasing?” Henning said in a statement.
The billboard comes after the mayor of Des Moines Frank Cowney (D) told the Des Moines registry on Sunday, he was concerned that Trump’s rally on Wednesday could lead to a jump in COVID-19 cases in the city.
“I’m absolutely worried about the spread. We don’t want a super-common event here in Des Moines,” Cowney told the newspaper. “We urge everyone who would attend this event to wear a mask and social distance as much as they can and stay safe and healthy.”
“We all need to do everything we can to reduce our numbers,” he continued. “It’s been proven, these are scientific facts.”
Trump’s campaign said in a statement to The Hill on Sunday that rally participants would be given temperature checks before being allowed to enter the event.
“The event is in the open-door air hangar, where people will express their rights to the First Amendment and listen to the President of the United States. We will have safety protocols. Everyone in attendance will be given a temperature check, masks they are instructed to wear, and access to a hand sanitizer, “Tim Murth, Trump’s campaign communications director, told The Hill.
Cownie’s comments came the same day Axios reports that Trump has instructed his aides to release him every day between campaign and election, with one adviser saying it could “kill” the 74-year-old president as he recovers from the virus.
On Monday, Trump speaks at a rally in Sanford, Florida, just a week after his discharge from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. During the event, Trump thanked his doctors for conducting a one-day treatment for the president as he battled the virus.
“Now they say I’m immunized. I feel so powerful. I’m going to go in there. I’m going to kiss everyone in this audience,” Trump told the crowd. “I’ll kiss the boys and the beautiful women, just give you a big thick kiss.”
However, little is known about how long immunity can last after a patient contracts COVID-19, and there are messages of persons infected twice.