Oklahoma Supreme Court Denies Effort To Stop Trump Rally In Tulsa

The left has tried to do everything they could to prevent the Trump rally from happening.

There was even a lawsuit, but the Oklahoma Supreme Court squashed it.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Oklahoma Supreme Court denies bid to stop Trump rally over coronavirus

The Oklahoma Supreme Court paved the way for President Trump’s Tulsa rally to take place.

The court rejected an appeal from a previous lawsuit on Friday that sought to block the campaign from holding a rally indoors on the basis that it could lead to the spread of the coronavirus. The suit, which was filed on behalf of local residents in the historically black district of Greenwood earlier this week, demanded the arena to enforce social distancing guidelines.

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The plaintiffs wanted the court to issue a temporary injunction against ASM Global, the parent company of the organization that manages the BOK Center, “to protect against a substantial, imminent, and deadly risk to the community,” according to the Washington Post.

The court ruled in favor of the campaign, arguing that the state’s June 1 reopening plan allowed business owners to use discretion over social distancing measures and thus were not mandatory.

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum also implemented a curfew but later canceled it, Trump announced Friday afternoon.

Trump supporters seem pretty excited about the event.

The media will continue to freak out about this.

Let them.

 

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