It was bad enough that they desecrated the sacred Black Hills of the Lakota Sioux for the original version.
MSNBC's Zerlina Maxwell and Dr. Vin Gupta discuss the fact that the biker rally in Sturgis, SC has the potential to become a super-spreader event and worsen the coronavirus pandemic all across the country.
Health officials across the country have warned that the biker rally in Sturgis, SD has the potential to become a super-spreader event, but that's didn't stop thousands of bikers from flooding the small town and packing into bars and concert events without masks.
Despite the fact that over sixty percent of the residents didn't want it, businesses prevailed and the annual biker rally will be held anyway.
MSNBC reports on the annual rally in Sturgis, South Dakota still taking place and expecting as many as 250K or more, despite concerns that it could become a super-spreader event.
Paul Erickson pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering, but was not convicted of any charges related to his relationship with a spy.
On Friday night, Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World” and two other of his songs were played during Trump's Mount Rushmore event.
Trump seems bound and determined to help spread the coronavirus to as many of his supporters as humanly possible at these MAGA rallies he's holding across the country, and his cheerleaders over on Fox continue to have his back, consequences be damned.
Fox Host Defends Lack Of Face Coverings At Mt. Rushmore: 'They're Not Going To Social Distance Somewhere Else Anyway'
Fox contributor Joey Jones defends the S. Dakota governor and the Trump campaign for not requiring masks or social distancing at his rally at Mt. Rushmore, saying the people coming "weren't going to social distance" if they were somewhere else instead.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem defends refusing to issue a stay at home order after a pork processing plant in her state became one of the nation's hot spots for the coronavirus.
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