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Bikers, Babes, and Patriots Celebrate Freedom

Bikers, babes, and patriots are celebrating freedom in Sturgis, South Dakota, and the left is having a meltdown.

Biker Rally

The annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota has attracted tens of thousands of bikers, music lovers, and other patriotic Americans this year, despite the public health tyranny’s smears of the event.

Anthony Fauci recently denounced the rally, calling it a “super-spreader event,” while simultaneously ignoring former President Barack Obama’s maskless birthday party, the months of riots from ANTIFA/BLM terrorists, and the COVID-infected illegal immigrants being trafficked into the interior of the country by the Biden administration.

Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert called Fauci out for his lies, writing: “Fauci chastises those attending the Sturgis but never said a word about the months of Antifa protests, BLM marches, or the wide open border. He’s supposed to be apolitical but he’s just another leftist hypocrite. I stand with our bikers!”

Of course, the numbers prove Fauci wrong. One America News reports: “Studies have shown last year’s rally in Sturgis did not result in mass infections.”

The biker rally has continued its annual tradition despite attacks from Fauci and his followers in the Democrat Party.

According to the event’s website, “The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the largest motorcycle rally in the world. It is held annually in The Black Hills and in Sturgis, South Dakota for 10 days during the first week of August. It was started by local Indian dealer Pappy Hoel in 1938. Since its beginning, private area businesses throwing events such as races, concerts, and rides have made, and continue to make, the Sturgis Rally what it is today. 2021 will mark the 81st annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.”

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, who has become a star in the Republican Party after refusing to lock down her state throughout the COVID pandemic, tweeted about the event.

“The Sturgis rally is about hopping on your bike and exploring this great country through our open roads. Bikers come here because they WANT to be here. And we love to see them! There’s a risk associated with everything that we do in life. Bikers get that better than anyone,” the governor wrote.

Attendees are refusing to listen to the fear-mongering. One attendee, Aaron Harper, stated: “They could have shut the rally down and everybody else still showed up anyway, I think, last year. So it’s a it’s one of those things that if you want to do it, that should be your choice to come out and have a good time. If not, then that’s your choice as well.”

Leftist Meltdown

Citing cherry-picked “studies” that claim Sturgis 2020 was a “super-spreader event,” the left had an epic meltdown on social media over the event, with even news outlets joining in on the collective panic attack.

“The 2021 rally has no vaccination, testing, or mask requirements. Dr. Anthony Fauci told ‘Meet the Press’ on Sunday that he is very concerned there will be another surge related to Sturgis because of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates in the area,” tweeted left-wing propaganda outlet NowThis.

Many leftists shared a poorly-drawn political cartoon about the event, with half of them celebrating the thought that conservatives might die from COVID, and the other half lamenting the potential cases of COVID that may come out of the event.

Even Autoblog, a “car news” outlet, jumped in on the fear-mongering.

“Superspreader, the sequel: #Sturgis Motorcycle Rally expects 700,000 attendees despite the coronavirus,” the outlet wrote.

Other Twitter users simply whined excessively about the event, like user MamaBearD, who wrote: “#sturgisdeathrally noon today. Thanks @govkristinoem for pushing how open and free we are. Now we wait for the hospital beds to fill back up,” and followed up with hashtags telling people to ‘stay the f*ck home” and ‘wear a mask,’ as well as calling attendees the left’s favorite new insult, “covidiots.”