Former President Donald Trump will be hosting a Save America rally in Casper, Wyoming. Wyoming Republican Harriet Hageman who has been endorsed by Trump tweeted that she expects thousands of Wyoming citizens to be in attendance adding that it will be “A tremendous honour and incredibly exciting to have president trump visit with us, and it will no doubt be the largest political event in Wyoming history.” A list of featured speakers for Saturday’s Trump rally at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper was released on Thursday by the Trump organization.
“This Save America rally is a continuation of President Trump’s unprecedented effort to advance the MAGA agenda by energizing voters and highlighting America First candidates and causes,” the email states. Also scheduled to speak are Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert, Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs, and Florida Rep. Kat Commack. Along with Hageman, Wyoming speakers will include Wyoming’s GOP party chairman Frank Eathorne, Sen. Cheri Steinmetz, Rep. Chip Neiman, and Rep. John Bear.
Video addresses will be made by U.S. Representative and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Rep. Elise Stefanik, and Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan. The email says parking and lines open at 6 a.m., “doors open and entertainment begins” at 11 a.m., guest speakers start at 1 p.m., and former President Donald Trump speaks at 4 p.m.
At the Trump Casper rally, toasters and firearms will not be allowed
Due to all the recent events of gun violence, firearms, toasters and all are not allowed at the venue of the rally. The Casper Trump rally is going to be a huge event with a large crowd. Casper last saw this large of a crowd during the 2017 solar eclipse. Although a lot of preparations have been made for this rally by local agencies as the former president Donald Trump will be in attendance.
Casper police released a detailed parking chart for the rally at the Ford Wyoming Center. Additionally, police have released an extensive list of items not allowed at the rally. “There will be an increased police presence around the Ford Wyoming Center,” said Casper Police Department spokesperson Rebekah Ladd. Ladd said officers will be assigned to help with the “sheer” influx of cars at the event. Also, officers will be around the facility managing the crowds.
Donald Trump will have his own security and the Casper Police Department are in contact with Trump’s secretary in order to make sure that the former president is safe. “The county’s emergency management team will be activated for the event as well,” said Natrona County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Kiera Grogan. The Casper Police Department and the whole security team assigned for the event are doing the best they can do to ensure the rally goes as smoothly as planned and no unfortunate events take place. The security for the event is going to be super tight and everyone entering will be thoroughly examined before being let into the venue of the rally.
Items not allowed at the event include:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Appliances such as toasters
- Backpacks, bags, roller bags, suitcases – bags exceeding zie restrictions (12″x14″x5″)
- Banners, signs, placards
- Drones and other unmanned aircraft systems
- Explosives of any kind (including fireworks)
- Glass, thermal and metal containers
- Laser lights and laser pointers
- Mace and/or pepper spray
- Poles, sticks and selfie sticks
- Spray containers
- Support for signs/placards
- Any other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by and at the discretion of security screeners