I say three cheers for the bikers.
Tens of thousands of motorcyclists roared into Sturgis, South Dakota, on Friday for the start of the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
The rally is expected to attract roughly 250,000 thousand enthusiasts this year.
“Screw Covid I went to Sturgis,” read a black T-shirt amid a throng of Harley Davidson and Trump 2020 outfits sported by the attendees.
Those outfits did not include face masks, and social distancing guidelines were completely ignored.
South Dakota is among several states that did not impose a lockdown, and residents are not required to wear masks.
Indeed, Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, actually encouraged people to attend the rally.
According to TMZ News, the annual rally rakes in $800 million for residents in the area.
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