The borough of Staten Island in New York City found itself the butt of more than a few jokes on Twitter on Saturday after footage surfaced showing a maskless rally in the area of Donald Trump supporters gathering to wish the President, who is currently hospitalized with COVID-19, well.

The rally, organized by Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, was gathered to wish the President well after news broke of his own diagnosis with the virus. However, as footage showed up on social media, showing a large crowd of largely maskless supporters gathered and not socially distancing from one another, the borough quickly began trending on the social media platform, with many mocking the residents of the area.

Many cracked jokes that the borough, which unlike the other boroughs of New York City, tends to be more Conservative in political views, was a place that most other New Yorkers wished they could forget existed as a part of the city.

Others questioned the logic behind the event, especially after the President and other Republican leaders who attended a ceremony announcing Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court in the White House Rose Garden last week all became sick with COVID-19—leading to suspicion that it was a Super Spreader event.

The event violated several rules set in New York since the coronavirus first decimated the city earlier this year. Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, New York State has limited gatherings to just 50 people, while masks ae also mandated in all public settings, including outdoors, when social distancing is not possible.