For the third time this election cycle, supporters of Donald Trump were left stranded in the cold, this time after his rally in Georgia.
Like the first two times, the problem was the lack of buses to transport attendees back to their cars in the parking lot.
“Hours after the President departed for Florida this was the scene in Georgia as people were left for hours waiting for buses to take them to their cars,” NBC reporter Julie Tsirkin tweeted.
Last week at least 9 elderly Trump supporters were hospitalized after being stranded in the freezing cold in Omaha Nebraska. The same thing happened again in Pennsylvania on Saturday night following his rally in Butler.