Thousands of Donald Trump supporters were left stranded in the cold for hours yet again after his rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night, just days after a similar debacle in Omaha that left seven people hospitalized.
Trump spoke before thousands of supporters at the Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport in Butler on Saturday night, but for many it was a headache to return home as the Trump campaign failed to plan for a sufficient number of buses to get people back to their parking spots.
Hordes of MAGA fans waited in 41F degree cold for nearly two hours for shuttles to arrive.
Shocking photos emerged on social media showing thousands of MAGA fans packed in, many not wearing masks or social distancing, and waiting in line for a sign of the shuttles they were told would take them back to their cars.
Thousands of Donald Trump supporters were left stranded in the cold for hours yet again after his rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night, just days after a similar debacle in Omaha that left seven people hospitalized
The temperature was reportedly 41F degrees at the time when the hordes of people got stranded waiting for nearly two hours for the shuttles after the rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania. A view of supporters leaving the rally in winter coats and hats above
A view of the massive crowd that turned up for the Saturday night rally above
The same issue took place at Trump’s campaign stop in Omaha, Nebraska on Tuesday when supporters got stranded in the freezing cold as shuttles that brought them from parking lots were no longer running.
Hundreds of Trump supporters who attended the president’s rally at Eppley Airfield in Omaha were left stranded for some three hours after he took off on Air Force One, with some requiring treatment for hypothermia.
At least seven people who succumbed to 21F degree wind chill were transported to the hospital and 30 others, including several elderly rally goers, were treated on site, Omaha Scanner, a local news service that monitors official radio traffic, reported at the time.
Meanwhile, Trump had swiftly left on the rally on Marine One to return