The rally may be to blame for the outbreak raging in the Upper Midwest.
A job posting seeks people to "protect election polls, local businesses and residences from looting and destruction" on Election Day and up to 30 days after.
The tweet was a video he didn't make of a man who made a COVID-19 dance to the 50 nifty states song.
The article described tensions among locals about the city's recent influx of immigrants.
Not a chirp from the writer who ripped Minnesota, until now.
This follows an interview where the chef called midwestern Chinese food "horse----."
The Post's wide-ranging investigation looks at unsolved homicides across the U.S.
It just can't help but make glib remarks about Minnesotans.