This is definitely a bad sign for President Biden.
Of Roadside electronic display Two photographs of the president were shown in Wilmington: one showing him hovering over ice cream in a waffle cone in front of a military helicopter exiting the US embassy in Kabul, and the other peeking through window shades.
Donald Tedder, owner of Tedder Billboards, said an anonymous buyer called and ordered sting ads. Seeing chaos in Kabul As the United States expels Americans and Afghan allies during the Taliban occupation.
“They are disappointed with what is happening,” Tedder said.
The customer first considered writing a letter to a newspaper, but then thought that a billboard might be more useful in reaching out to the public.
“I think it worked better than we expected.”
Tedder said the artwork was “not too aggressive” and “ridiculous” – but made it clear that “the country needs to pay attention to it.” [the government] doing.”
He hopes drivers who see the billboard on Eastwood Road and Racine Drive U.S. Route 74, “start asking what the country is doing and what they themselves do to make this country a better place.” Are doing. “
Tedder said the displays will continue for a few weeks, adding that the response has been overwhelmingly positive, with people from other states, including Florida, Washington, Virginia and Tennessee, calling to see if there are billboards in their area.
“Great, when someone said something,” Tedder said, as people told him.