'Did coronavirus write this?' Trump's tweet urging Wisconsin to vote during pandemic draws horrified reaction
Donald Trump speaks at the the International Association of Chiefs of Police (Fox News/screen grab)

President Donald Trump is encouraging residents of Wisconsin to go vote in Tuesday's primary election, despite the fact that doing so potentially puts them at far greater risk in contracting COVID-19.

"Wisconsin, get out and vote NOW for Justice Daniel Kelly," Trump wrote. "Protect your 2nd Amendment!"

Trump's insistence on Wisconsin residents voting despite the pandemic came after Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers's attempt to postpone the election until June was overturned by the Republican-controlled State Supreme Court.

Reports out of Wisconsin have been grim, as major cities such as Milwaukee face massive voter lines after seeing their total number of open polling places cut to just five due to polling workers calling out sick.

Because of all this, Trump's push to get voters to the polls during a mass pandemic got thoroughly shredded by many Twitter users. Check out some reactions below.