Football fans getting their pregame on for Temple vs. Southern Methodist Saturday will get an anti-Trump message along with their hoagies, sausages and assorted beverages.
A plane will tow a "Trump Says Women R Pigs. Disagree? Vote" banner over Lincoln Financial field from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., says UltraViolet Action, a feminist advocacy group that plans to buzz college stadiums in other swing states with the same message.
The banner, a reference to the Republican nominees record of sexist remarks, will also be flown over the Rutgers vs. Ohio State game in Columbus; the Wisconsin vs. Michigan game in Ann Arbor; Northwestern vs. Iowa in Iowa City; and the Virginia vs. Duke game in Durham, N.C.
"Trump's anti-woman history is so long that we couldn't even fit a small percentage of it onto these planes," explained Shaunna Thomas, co-founder of UltraViolet Action. "With the first female major party candidate in history going up against the most sexist, bigoted and unqualified candidate in modern history - it is up to voters, especially young people in key swing states to register to vote and make sure that this person never makes it to the White House."