Aside from the Hawkeyes suffering from Carly's Curse, the political highlight of the Rose Bowl yesterday was the anti-Trump skywriting, paid for by an Alabama multimillionaire Rubio backer, Stan Pate.
More than a half million spectators thronged the 9km route of the th Tournament of Roses Parade, followed by the nd Rose Bowl college football game. If you know of a channel that actually shows the entire parade please share as I'd love to actually see it sometime without having to go to New York to do it.
AirSign, the Florida-based airborne ad firm contracted to fly the anti-Trump messages, confirmed the buys. The super PAC event had a custom Snapchat filter that displayed the same message.
It's a parade, do we have to talk about Trump. He's also donated to many other Republicans in the past. In the current primary campaign leading up to the November presidential election, he has contributed to the campaign of Republican White House hopeful Marco Rubio.
Critics have called Trump a racist following his comments describing Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug smugglers, and his suggestion to ban all Muslims from entering the US.
Pate also contributed tens of thousands to joint fundraising committees supporting various Republican state parties in and again inalso supporting Sen. The Rose Bowl has become an unexpected political hotbed - somewhat because of one of the game's participants hailing from an early nominating state.
ForPate was an early donor to Rubio's campaign.
But hours before the campaign went live, representatives from AirSign got word from their legal team advising them to shut it down. He's a despicable man. In an exclusive interview with Brietbart News, Pate indicated that plans for the campaign were set in motion and the planes were transported to Glendale, Arizona.
It was not immediately clear who was behind the protest, images of which were posted on social media. Is Trump mentally stable 6. The plan was to spread the message across the sky in the afternoon for people tailgating and lining up outside the stadium for the game.
A CBS reporter interviewed Pate on the air after the parade. The way the commentators yammer on these days, you're lucky if you get to see what's in the parade, let alone what's above it. Those hosting a tailgate party at the Rose Bowl on New Years Day might have been surprised to look up to the sky and see messages blasting Trump.
Little Pink Pill 01 January John McCain's presidential run. The planes circled for almost an hour after the parade of flower-adorned floats and marching bands finished, writing variations on a theme that included messages such as "Trump is delusional," and "Trump is a fascist dictator.
I thought it was pretty brilliant myself. He said he was up early at 3: CBS News said an Alabama businessman, Stan Pate, was behind the airborne protest targeting Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, over the heads of the hundreds of thousands of visitors at the New Year's Day event.
The Rose Bowl has become an unexpected political hotbed - somewhat because of one of the game's participants hailing from an early nominating state. And it's what the whole country is waiting for.
Pate is obviously in the bag for Rubio who is running well behind Trump. Sue 01 January Pate told CBS News he considered the billionaire candidate to be despicable, and that "this is just the start".
Critics have called Trump a racist following his comments describing Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug smugglers, and his suggestion to ban all Muslims from entering the U.
This is not over. But what everyone is really wondering is when does the uneasy, slightly frayed, truce end between Cruz and Herr Trumpf. Skywriters stole the show at the th Rose Parade in California on Friday, dashing out a message for Donald Trump just as the last float left the gate.
"America is great! Trump is. Donald Trump the Republican presidential candidate for US is quite popular not for something cool but for his everyday controversial comments on people and specially against the Muslim community in US.
On new years day sky writers have written a special message for Donald in the sky on the event of. Saying, “There’s no place for him,” the Alabama millionaire who paid for planes to circle the Rose Bowl and trash GOP front runner Donald Trump on New Year’s Day said he would probably vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton if he had to choose between the two, CBS News is reporting.
Stan Pate. After successfully trolling billionaire candidate Donald Trump at the Rose Bowl with skywriting messages, Alabama millionaire Stan Pate began making plans for a.
Trump is disgusting” and “Anybody but Trump” and “Iowans dump Trump” in the sky at the Rose Bowl with at least five skywriting planes on Friday. Skywriting is a fairly expensive endeavor, and doing so with five planes makes it even more expensive. You’ll never guess who’s behind the mysterious skywriting banners that bashed Republican frontrunner Donald Trump during the annual New Year’s Day Rose Bowl and th Rose parade celebrations in Pasadena, California – and it’s great.
If you guessed Stan Pate, then you are right, according to CBS. Pate is the man behind the We the People Foundation.Trump skywriting alabama