Oy, no. Air flows from areas of high (total) pressure to areas of low pressure. The rotation doesn't create anything, the rotation is created by the high pressure upstream pushing on the turbine blades. The specifics of the interaction involves flow over a wing and simultaneous low and high pressure areas "above" and "below" it, but that net force is perpendicular to the relative wind. It isn't what drives air through the turbine, it just influences the turbine's efficiency. You are mismashing together turbines, fans and wings.