Donald Trump will throw his first Nazi rally in months on Juneteenth in Tulsa

President Donald J. Trump Meets African-American Supporters

Donald Trump has been out of sorts for months because he hasn’t been able to feed off the energy from his Nazi rallies. All of his rallies were cancelled because of the coronavirus – I don’t think he’s had one since March? And it shows. He tried to make the daily coronavirus briefings into makeshift Nazi rallies but everyone was appalled. Then he got bored with talking about the pandemic (even though it’s still happening) and he just wants to proudly show off his racist credentials again. So the Nazi rallies had to come back. He’s scheduled his first rally for… June 19th. Juneteenth. In Tulsa, Oklahoma. Where the KKK burned and bombed the Black Wall Street ninety-nine years ago. He’s absolutely doing this on purpose.

President Donald Trump is planning to hold his first rally of the coronavirus era on June 19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. And he says he’s planning more events in Florida, Texas and Arizona as well. Trump made the announcement as he met with a handful of African American supporters Wednesday afternoon for a roundtable discussion. Trump’s signature rallies often draw tens of thousands of people but have been on hiatus since March 2 because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has now killed more than 110,000 people in the U.S.

“A beautiful new venue, brand new. We’re looking forward to it,” Trump said during a White House event. “They’ve done a great job with COVID, as you know, the state of Oklahoma.”

The rally will take place on Juneteenth, the commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Tulsa has its own troubling history on race. Its once-thriving African American business community was decimated in 1921, when a racist white mob killed hundreds of black residents. Black residents attempted to rebuild in the decades that followed, only to see their work erased during urban renewal of the 1960s.

[From NBC News]

“Tulsa has its own troubling history on race.” I hate the way NBC News soft-pedaled that. Tulsa’s black community and thriving black business community was decimated by the KKK and a mob of violent racists. They literally bombed the black neighborhoods and businesses in Tulsa. I’m telling you, HBO’s Watchmen was prescient as hell. And Juneteenth is such a significant date for the black community in America. I’m sorry, but Trump and his Nazi minions are absolutely doing this on purpose.

Also, Trump released this statement yesterday about potentially renaming some of the military bases which are currently named after Confederate people. Nazi press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told the media that this statement comes “directly from President. He spent a good bit of time working on that.” LMAO.

President Donald J. Trump Meets African-American Supporters

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  1. fluffy says:

    Breathe deeply…asshole.

    • Betsy says:

      Yes, ma’am. Every at this hate rally should take a lot of deep breaths, shout a lot, sing loudly and make sure you *really* stand close together so that the pictures are just a mass of white pudge, fading hair color and burnt necks.

      • goofpuff says:

        Don’t forget. Don’t wear any masks. Inject disinfectant because its only a common flu/cold so clearly not serious at all.

    • minx says:

      Look at his ugly puss. He’s miserable because he knows he’s losing.

    • Natters5 says:

      Yes the fact that he chose Tulsa is an extra slap in the face. And correction, it wasn’t the KKK who bombed the African American community in the race riots, it was the United States Air Force who for the first time dropped bombs from airplanes on their own people. It was one of the most disgraceful times in American history and I always been aghast how African American filmmakers have not touched upon this story. I heard an basketball athlete is now going to produce a movie on the Tulsa race riots. It takes an athlete to do this and not Black Hollywood?

      • Deens says:

        It’s a misnomer to call them race riots because that implies the black community played a role in what happened to them. It should be referred to as the Tulsa massacre.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        “it was the United States Air Force who for the first time dropped bombs from airplanes on their own people.”

        Yes, the correction is so important! This was an act of terrorism by our government on its own people. I am so angry that I was never taught about this horrific event in school, and instead learned about it as an adult. Outrage upon outrage. Such injustice.

      • Joanna says:

        Omg, I didn’t know that!

  2. Darla says:

    This filthy pig

    • Esmom says:

      Seriously. And this new press secretary is a real piece of garbage, too.

      • Darla says:

        Yes she definitely is.

      • lucy2 says:

        There’s been so many I can’t keep up, but pretty much anyone who willingly works for him, especially NOW, is disgusting.

      • Mac says:

        Is she even human? Her skin looks so unnatural. I think she is a robot. This nazi rally was undoubtedly planned by Stephen Miller. No one else is that sick.

      • Betsy says:

        The ironic thing about her, to me, is that she looks and sounds a lot like Michelle Wolf.

      • holly hobby says:

        She used to work for CNN I think. I think the employment requirement for this clown show is to spray paint yourself orange because she looks like wife #4.

    • Nev says:

      horrifying at this point. I am tired.

    • AnnaKist says:

      He is a contemptible, putrid thing. Talk about instinct over intellect… I hope he falls off the stage in Tulsa and fractures his ego really, really badly.

  3. alwaysannarun says:

    Racist in Chief. What a joke.

  4. Snappyfish says:

    Seriously, I can’t even with this tyrant. Tulsa is the home of one of the bloodiest racial clashes in this country’s history. & to do this on Juneteenth? Clearly he is doing this to incite violence. I hate to say this but at this point I am F-€k Trump & everyone who voted for him. I used to think there were 3 categories of people who voted for him. They were either 1. ignorant 2. racist or 3. evil (or all of the above) Now I just hope all who attend get the virus & are miserable because they are clearly miserable excuses for human beings

    • bluemoonhorse says:

      IMO he is doing this to show America that he will continue to reign despite the protests – Tulsa resident here.

    • Agirlandherdog says:

      There’s a “selfish” category, too. Those people who don’t care that this guy is a racist moron who likes to pour gasoline on the flames because their tax refund check is bigger. Although I guess you could lump them in with the evil group.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      Yep. He knows what he’s doing and they know what they’re doing. It’s scary. At this point I don’t think he’ll be reelected, but his cult is not going to change for the better whether that happens or not. There will probably be massive tantrums in the form of harassment and crime once he’s ousted.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I really hope he doesn’t get re-elected. I am really terrified about what we are going to see the week of the election, no matter who wins. I don’t think we will get the results election night, and I think the Trump administration will try to discredit the results when he loses. It’s going to get very ugly.

  5. BlueSky says:

    He’s too stupid to know what Juneteenth is and the violent history of Tulsa, Oklahoma but I bet Stephen “Lurch” Miller does. They are absolutely doing this on purpose. Some people on Twitter believe he absolutely wants a race war.

    • Edna says:

      Trump knows. Don’t give him a pass on this. This is intentional especially in light of the protests. I hope Covid spreads like wildfire at his racist Nazi rallies.

    • manda says:

      I absolutely believe he is hoping there will be violence. He is disgusting

      • Becks1 says:

        I agree. It’s horrifying to say this about a president, but he is doing this to incite violence and to encourage a police crackdown.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I agree that he is trying to provoke violence with this decision. He’s the worst.

    • Lightpurple says:

      His evil daughter Ivanka knows. Stephen Miller knows.
      This is deliberate.

      • lucy2 says:

        Definitely. I doubt he knew, he is truly stupid and ignorant on many, many levels, but the racists around him sure do.

    • Also Ali says:

      Last year on its website, the WH posted a letter from the president commemorating Juneteenth. He and his people know exactly what they are doing.

      • ClaireB says:

        I absolutely do not believe that he even remembers last year, but I’m sure his people do. This is a very Stephen Miller thing to do.

    • TheOriginalMia says:

      He wants a race war. He wants to gin up his Confederate flag loving, gun toting base. Having this rally on Juneteenth close to the destroyed site of Black Wall Street is nothing more than gasoline on the fire of racial animosity. He wants to divide us.

      • Prayer Warrior says:

        He needs to pay the piper…in this case, the NRA. They’re the ones that make the killing machines that the government buys. Follow the money, always. And also, the guys he hired are pumped up and want to use the machines they were trained to use. I’ve said from the first he wants war.

    • Tina says:

      I also believe this was deliberate because the Tulsa Massacre was featured prominently in the new Watchmen series on HBO. Someone on his team has seen it.

      • bettyrose says:

        Yes, it’s now a well known piece of history. I wouldn’t call Watchmen prescient necessarily, though, since it was just introducing us to historical facts and speculating accurately that history can predict the present.

        But mygawd it’s a well done show. I realize HBO was trying desperately to hold onto the GoT crowd with an updated comic book series, but I love that they made it so real and socially relevant. If the nazis were watching it for ideas, they really do lack any form of critical thinking skills.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      He knows. It is a call to action to his base. It’s also intended to help his rally capture the news cycle.

    • sa says:

      I don’t think that saying Trump is too stupid to remember something that isn’t completely about him is giving him a pass.

      I think he’s too stupid and narcissistic to know what Juneteenth is, but I also think he deliberately chose people who would do this kind of thing and the buck stops with him.

      • Snoopy says:

        Agree, I don’t think Trump would actually know the significance of Juneteenth. Not even too sure how his racist advisors explained this to him or just said, hey you wanted a rally, i think this day works well. That’s the part that has always been hard to reconcile, how come he can be consistently racist but can’t be consistent about anything else? Just take the same focus and attention and pick one other topic to be consistent about!

  6. Jerusha says:

    Lots and lots of handshaking, donnie, that’s how it’s done. Mingle with those crowds if you want their vote. Hug the womenfolk. No masks now, that’s not manly. Only sissy libs wear masks. Grab those…, oh, nevermind, you know what I mean. Good luck catching the wind. Or something.

    • Cate says:

      I hope it’s one big hateful love fest with everyone shouting and hooting and hollering, get that hate spit flying. Cry, laugh, touch your face all night!

      • Jensies says:

        I get it except then they take it back home to their families and friends and coworkers and grocery store clerks and veterinarians and now we have outbreaks in 20 states related to this Nazi rally. Ugh.

    • bettyrose says:

      Maybe a rally after party in an intimate little indoor spot?

  7. Léna says:

    So it appears White House statement are as poorly written as they are delivered by Trump…
    And agreed on all counts Snappyfish

  8. Edna says:

    This mofo and his gang of thugs have got to go. Way to pour gasoline on the fire. It’s intentional to rile up his base and gather support. The voting debacle in Georgia has already given us a preview of the game plan to disrupt and steal the election in November. This is not going to end well.

  9. KellyRyan says:

    Arizona is on a path, albeit slow, of turning blue. We plan to move northeast of Tucson, millennials, high tech companies, part of the change. So Nasty Man Dumpty’s going to AZ? Ha!
    Looking forward to an administration which will overturn his damage. What’s the going rate of paying for his audience, $50.00 per person and an NDA. :)

    • Marietta58 says:

      It’s probably because more and more people from California and Illinois keep moving here. I work at a very prominent company in Scottsdale (all over the valley) and I literally do not know anyone at work who is going to vote for him. The company plays CNN in the cafe, and we have over 10K employees here. The CEO is incredibly liberal. (thankfully!) I think Scottsdale isn’t quite blue, but Phoenix is definitely getting there. People everywhere are fed up with him. Including AZ.

      • KellyRyan says:

        Thank you. We’re Californians who are planning the move to AZ. One family member has relocated from CA to AZ. He’s with State Farm. Phoenix is now one of their five US hubs. AZ, CO, TX, top states to move to from CA. We’re on hold for listing due to Covid-19.

      • Juls says:

        I’m in a state (not AZ) that is typically about 60% republican voting in federal elections. We’ve had a huge influx over the past 5 years of people moving here from Illinois, NJ, NY, and even CA. It will be interesting to see how that impacts voting trends in November.

    • SiennaT says:

      My fiance and I live in NYC and are heavily considering CO (Denver or Boulder) or TX (Austin) as potential places to move. As someone who lives in/is leaving CA, what were some of the reasons you considered AZ (and why Tucson over Phoenix, Scottsdale, etc). Happy to be pointed to resources too to do some further reading on. :)

      • KellyRyan says:

        Hi Sienna, I spent eight months in Tucson on business traveling occasionally back to California. I loved it. Very southwest, eclectic. I hiked Sabino Canyon, minimum three times per week, occasionally checked out books at the University, lots of good food, health food. We’ve chosen Oro Valley as a place to move, population approximately, 44,000, 14 miles NE of Tucson. Check HOA’s carefully. We’re setting a max at $50.00 pm, planning a home with a Sonoran Desert, Catalina Mtn view with a pool. Monsoon season appears to be the only weather problem. Newer homes are built with flood control. Older homes appear to have an occaional problem. Happy searching. :)

  10. Seth says:

    I live in Oklahoma and I’m absolutely terrified. I have been pretty active in the BLM Tulsa movement, and for the most part it has been peaceful and proactive and I’ve been super encouraged that our bass-ackwards state has so many wonderful people that are so supportive and so just not jerks I guess lol. One of the main leaders of the movement is a young black woman of 21!!!! 21!!! How incredible is that?!?!

    But this is terrifying to me. He always attracts the worst kind of element. He is absolutely throwing kindling onto what he hopes will be a powder keg. From what I have seen, everyone who is NOT a Nazi racist has been discussing protesting his KKK meeting, but at a separate location utilizing music or meditation or other means of expression involving community and peace. His words can be so incendiary that the fear is if we are there in person, some Trumpians will get so riled up conflict will be inevitable.

    I am of two minds of this. Part of me wants to be there with protest signs and angry words so he can look at and see how absolutely reviled he is. But part of me knows that as a young white man I have very little to fear from such a concentrated group of hate. I’m just terrified that what should be a day of remembrance and healing will turn into a maelstrom cluster that will result in Tulsa Race Massacre Two. But I’ll absolutely be there and absolutely will contribute in whatever way I can.

    He’s such an asshole. Such blatant assholery. He keeps doing whatever he wants and keeps getting away with it. How long before he wears all white and then gaslights the nation that he just likes comfortable robes in clean colors?

    • Edna says:

      Trump may as well don his Grand Wizard robes and stop pretending.

      Stay safe and protest peacefully.

    • Snappyfish says:

      Please stay safe. He wants to incite violence

    • Christin says:

      I’m reminded of grade school antics that involved someone prone to saying or doing something mean/hurtful under the guise of cluelessness. When further challenged, they would respond, “Prove it!”

      It’s frustrating enough when children do this, let alone adults.

      Just a never ending circle of creating chaos and gaslighting.

    • bluemoonhorse says:

      Tulsa resident here – IMO I would rather we not protest but do some other function far away from his rally. It’s a photo-op he wants. Along with a confrontation. Don’t give it to him.

      • Thirtynine says:

        Bluemoonhorse, I agree. This is a deliberate provocation. I’d be planning a major event somewhere else to divert the attention from him and avoid the confrontation, like when Napoleon finally entered Moscow thirsting for a great victory, and no-one was there. Something in the style of Ghandi’s salt march.

      • Louise says:

        That was my first thought: he wants a powderkeg? Give him a jug of water. Do something somewhere distant enough to be out of easy reach, but public enough to be safe.

      • bluemoonhorse says:

        BLM Tulsa is planning an event – not a protest around Trump. Facebook has their details.

      • SomeChick says:

        Right on, bluemoonhorse. That’s rad.

    • Betsy says:

      Please stay safe. He just wants more black people and their allies slaughtered.

    • Linda says:

      Rent a sky writer or fly banners over the rally with messages that say ‘wear a mask’, ‘don’t shake hands’, ‘stay safe’. It could not be considered hateful and it isn’t. It’s not confrontational but it would be taken as such and would drive his followers crazy.

      • Lady D says:

        I’m pretty sure they don’t allow random planes flying in air space where the president is speaking or staying. Afaik, it’s just as protected for VIP’s.

    • Jay says:

      Is there anything to be done by putting pressure on the venue/city council responsible for hosting? I know many cities are still trying to recoup the security costs of hosting and cleaning up after his rallies. Add in the extra noteriety and possible riots… maybe they will make some excuse.

      I second the thoughts of those above – protest, but I don’t see a lot of value in engaging those at a Trump rally directly. Maybe some street art to celebrate Emancipation?

      • bluemoonhorse says:

        BLM Tulsa (see their FB) is planning something which is not a protest and away from Cheeto. Forget the mayor. This is a red state. Tulsa resident here.

  11. MellyMel says:

    He (and nazi Stephen Miller who I suspect is behind this) is wicked to the core. I hope he and everyone at this nazi rally gets Covid! I’m not one to wish pain or death on anyone, but…

  12. Megs says:

    So, sorry I don’t consider myself a history buff but the confederate statues are a “sign of winning”?? Didn’t they lose the war? I have never understood why people are so excited to remember a loss so fondly.

    • Marietta58 says:

      I am unfortunately related to a very prominate Confederate figure. God I hate saying that out loud. And I know we can’t pick who our relatives/ancestors were/are. But it’s disgusting to think about. I have no idea why the confederate statues are even still around. It makes no sense to me, I’m in the same boat as you, I don’t get it either!

      • Jay says:

        There is a really amazing episode of the podcast “Backstory” that gets in to the history of Confederate statues in America, and how the majority of them went up as a way to justify the “lost cause” narrative and also to intimidate and belittle Black Americans. As a nonAmerican, I learned a lot!

        It’s called Contested Landscape https://www.backstoryradio.org/shows/contested-landscape-2/

    • 10KTurtle says:

      They not only lost, they were fighting AGAINST the United States! I don’t know who needs to hear this, but the USA army was the UNION army. Why do we want military bases named after foreign generals?

      • Betsy says:

        Named after traitors? I agree. It’s disgusting.

      • Dee Kay says:

        Yes if the South had won the generals would have been “foreign,” but they lost so all they are is traitors. Exactly.

      • Lightpurple says:

        And statutes of traitors in our Hall honoring great Americans.

      • Juls says:

        Its mind-boggling that the people that scream and rage about respecting the flag, and tell people that challenge them to leave America, are the same people that waive around the confederate flag, a traitor’s flag. WTF?!

  13. Scal says:

    How is changing the name of a base from Ft. Hood to Ft. McArthur or Ft. Lee to Ft. Grant a sign of weakness? Someone doesn’t know their military history other than WWII. Don’t tell me he has any knowledge about WWI.

  14. grabbyhands says:

    This one really, really makes me sick.

    The absolute vileness of choosing Tulsa on this date for one of his little Nazi rallies is so sickening that it’s hard to fathom and it is painfully obvious that it is intentional. He is going straight to the heart of his most hateful, evil base supporters and I’m pretty sure the entirety of the appearance will be spent talking about how to control those “thugs” asking for justice and his plans for furthering his own little Gestapo.

    And those fuckers will eat it all up.

  15. Emily says:

    I made the mistake of going on Twitter this morning. Trump’s cult fall into two camps on this: 1) he didn’t know, which isn’t a defence when you’re the president; 2) the MEDIA are the ones inciting racial violence by reporting on his actions but his actions aren’t to blame. Basically, Trump is ignorant or he’s not accountable. It’s time people stop treating him with toddler gloves. For people who claim to idolize him they sure don’t give him much credit.

    • 10KTurtle says:

      Even if that was the case, now he does know and he hasn’t rescheduled, so…? We see you, KKKDonny.

      • Scal says:

        He would NEVER reschedule. He would think it would make him look weak.

        He’s going to go and try to stir up the racists and then cry victim.

    • Juls says:

      They really don’t give him much credit, do they. They love that he “tells it like it is” except almost everything he says is horrible or just word-salad. So they backpedal and say “he didn’t mean it that way” or “he was joking” or they try to translate what he says using Olympian-level mental gymnastics. Which is it?

  16. De Goey says:

    More mass gatherings during a pandemic? You guys are so f***ed.

  17. Margles says:

    His note about the military bases reads like an 18th century gouty aristocrat, with all the dramatics and random capital letters.

  18. Jerusha says:

    Respect our Military! But use those (fake) bone spurs to your advantage.

  19. BRobertson says:

    Looks like he’s following in Reagan’s footsteps, who gave his “state’s rights” speech in Neshoba County where there had been a KKK killing. Just replace Lee Atwater with Stephen Miller.

  20. Sean says:

    Holding a rally in an arena that can seat thousands while a pandemic is still raging?

    May the odds be ever in their favor. Or not. I’m leaning towards not.

  21. Andrew’s Nemesis says:

    He’s desperate for violence. He yearns for it. It gives him a sexual thrill, vile sadist that he is. He can’t wait to use ‘his’ military which should be ‘respected’ (no matter what) on unarmed civilians. He wants a Tianenmen Square-style massacre to usher in martial law and stop the election. I’m surprised he doesn’t sieg heil; I’m surprised that his followers don’t goose step. Fuck Trump.

    • Noodle says:

      I wonder if there’s a bunker within this brand new, clean facility he can retreat to when there are counter-protestors.

  22. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    F*ck him and his band of f*cking pieces of shitheals. Anyone attending his, “I’m-the-best-there-is,” on the one f*cking day of the year when black people celebrate freedom, (a word that should have one meaning but has a million) knows exactly why, when and where they are. His shit-for-brains swath of wrinkly pale idiots who show up to wipe his ass with constitution copies and blow one syllable words up that billowing underbelly are every bit as stinking abysmal as their precious dictator toddler wearing swastika diapers. Waddling together like skunks at a location demanding the kind of deep-reflection and thoughtful reverence through the remembrance of a truly deplorable act is something not one maga animal has the ability to grapple at any level at any given space and time. So in essence, all these years later, deplorables gather for deplorable reasons to deplorably dance on bloody soil with their blood red hats. I hate hate hate hate all of them.

  23. Veronica S. says:

    “Respect our military” asks the guy who forced the National Guard to protect him and stand by and watch police attack protesters for exercising their First Amendment rights. What a pig. I don’t know how anybody in the military thinks he sees them as anything but pawns.

    Let’s not even pretend the Tulsa thing was done out of ignorance. We know better. That’s Miller’s hand in this.

  24. Enis says:

    The random capitalization in the statement is weird and unhinged.

  25. Albie says:

    I think I know what Trump is going for here but thankfully I don’t think enough Republican politicians will be prepared to follow him down that path and the Democrat controlled Senate sure as shit won’t be either.

  26. Tiffany says:

    All the mayor of Tulsa has to say is ‘we want our money for security upfront. Paid in full’, and he will cancel.

  27. Kelley Bentley says:

    Does he not know how capitalizing words works? What’s up with the Random Capitalization of some Words!

    • Lightpurple says:

      In German, nouns are capitalized. He has been doing that for quite a while. Lately, he has started capitalizing every word except the verbs. Unless he does all caps, which he has done several times today.

    • ClaireB says:

      I always thought he was capitalizing for emphasis. I never thought of the German connection, since I tend to assume he’s an ignorant pile of garbage.

  28. Mamasan says:

    Also a Tulsa resident here. Unfortunately, OK is big Republican state, and yes lots of yahoos love Trump here.

    It’s sad to see the direction our country is taking. Peaceful protests are great, but up against an autocratic regime, I’m not sure how effective they can be.
    I served in the Army during the 1st Gulf War with pride. I’m ashamed of what America has become.

  29. Betsy says:

    Someone called this “grotesque” and I have to agree. He wants to rub black peoples’ faces in the GOP’s contempt for them. This is deliberate and absolutely repugnant.

    Juneteenth should be a national holiday. The end of one of the worst institutions ever to exist on American soil should be celebrated.

    And the medium article that talked about people for whom the bases should be renamed was right on.

  30. L4frimaire says:

    Trump is being deliberately provocative with this and knows the symbolism of the date and the city. This is also straight out of the Reagan playbook. Is it a dog whistle if we all hear it?

    • Sparky says:

      I’m fairly well educated (I’m an attorney) and did not know this particular aspect of Tulsa history so I can’t hold that against him. That said, I have zero doubts that someone on his staff did and informed him. I imagine that made Trump more determined to hold a rally in Tulsa and that it be on June 19th.

      • Imogene says:

        He knew about it last year when he signed a letter on his website and posted it commemorating the day

      • L4frimaire says:

        Obviously he’s too stupid to know the history but someone on his staff knows, especially right now during these BLM protests, and the violence toward Black people. He’s using it in his opportunistic slimy way to rile up the base and make it look like he’s strong and in command. Also, what happened in Tulsa was a very common occurrence during that period, and the history was rewritten or completely erased. Side note: doubt there will be a mask in sight at this rally, maybe a white hood and a bunch of confederate flags.

  31. cee says:

    We need a Miracle to save the American people from this President. He is a danger to everyone, even his ardent followers. Because he is a liar, cheat, selfish, egotistical bully I who has absolutely no idea what he is doing and we continue to let him get away with it. I am a senior so it is exciting and heartening to me to see young people taking a stand about all the wrongs in this country. I take back what the request for a Miracle. We can do this. We can get him out of office with our VOTE. So pay attention to the Republican States that are making it difficult for the American People to VOTE. Everyone in this country deserves the write to mail in their MAIL BALLOT just like the President and his press secretary and his own daughter. He thinks the rules only apply to the American people but not him. We do not VOTE for dictators in this country.

  32. Olenna says:

    This motherf.cker…no words.

  33. Faye G says:

    Not only is he completely evil, he is dangerous. He knows he’s losing and I believe will do anything to stay in power. Whether it be a war, violence, harming people, he does not care and will do what he wants. Completely deranged racist lunatic.

    • Hoot says:

      I just got through about ¾ of the book (recommended by someone on this site), “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,” written by numerous mental health doctors/experts. I couldn’t stomach all of it. This man never should have been voted into office.

  34. Valerie says:

    God, I hate his evil face.

  35. Ann says:

    Word needs to go out that Trump WANTS protests. Tulsa: don’t engage, sit home and yawn and eat popcorn while watching a movie during his rally. There are times that call for protests, but this is not one of them because Trump wants it. I have full faith that “the better angels of our nature” (credit Lincoln for that quote) will prevail.

  36. d says:

    Trump is an advocate of “divide and conquer”, stirring up his base, and diverting attention from things that people should be paying attention to. It’s monstrous that he’s set the event at that location, but I hope people DON’T go to protest it, and instead remove any action or opportunity that will give oxygen to the fires he wants to see. In my opinion, Trump and his ilk WANT to see the world burn so they can implement a theocratic authoritarian police state to “save” everyone (but really, white, conservative, religious America). So, it’s not just Trump that’s the problem, it’s allllll the people that will vote him in again and I would take NOTHING for granted until all the votes are in. I actually think the next election is probably going to be THE most important one in modern America and regardless of the outcome, it will also only be the beginning in the next phase of American life. As an outsider, it seems to me that American democracy is at risk and will be for a long time to come.

  37. kelly O says:

    You cannot make up the continued acts of evil of this man. Please, EVERYONE must vote and get him out of office in November.

  38. Jax Witt says:

    Thanks Trump. Not only are you insulting everyone in Tulsa with your racist self, but you are also endangering everyone in OKlahoma. We have only had about 7,000 virus cases but this rally should spread it but good. If we have a big spike its on you. Not that you care. I cannot wait to vote you out. Your days are numbered. Good riddance.

  39. Guest with Cat says:

    Well one unintended side effect Trump probably won’t appreciate is thanks to his actions I now am educated on a part of history that got buried so well I never heard of it until a month or so ago. The uglier Trump acts, the more our nation’s unsavory history of injustices gets spotlighted. And if we know what happened, we can honor those who died or lost livelihoods by making damn sure we change things now so black people can just…breathe.

    The freedom and peace to birdwatch. To move furniture into a new home. To stop and look at a house under construction without touching anything. These among an infinitely long list of other activities have been revealed to be the simple things the rest of us take for granted that black people get threatened and even killed for doing just because they are black. No other reason.

    I have faced a lot of racism and even threatening behavior as a person of mixed brown and yellow and white heritage, but the intensity of hostility and danger focused on black people in their rightful places in public spaces and even in their own homes is…I don’t even know what to say.

    It is long, long overdue but I am awakening to realize even in my state of challenges with my own racial and ethnic mix, I still experience a level of acceptance and privilege that black people do not get to experience in this country at all. So many stories are being told. So many black voices are finally being heard. There is so much to take in.

    So I guess it isn’t for me to say anything but just listen and make sure the voices of black people are heard and acted on through my vote and any other influence I can humbly bring to bear.

    Trump’s administration is proving to be yet another horrible stain on our nation’s history.

  40. Mmmnope says:

    I wonder if Zac Hanson or his brothers will be attending, seeing as they live in Tulsa. Zac is catching major backlash for an unearthed Pinterest account with numerous racist, homophobic and transphobic content.

  41. blunt talker says:

    It was announced on the news tonight-people attending the rally in Tulsa will have to sign a form promising not to sue if they contract the covid-19 virus at this rally. I guess he will have to do this at all his rallies until the election.

  42. Shoop says:

    I’d never heard of the Tulsa race massacre. Horrific. Trump will rot in hell, though he couldn’t be more rotten than he already is. On a lighter note, whoever wrote that press release must be thick as a ditch. Surprise.

  43. Ellen Olenska says:

    This rally calls for a whole different sort of protest. Have every cab and every Lyft/Uber driver agree to run the local NPR station running the history of Juneteenth and the destruction of black Wall Street. Use lights to put the history on the face of every hotel, convention center ( bat signal style). HaveWW2 vets wearing I fought for Anti racism in 1940 ( or their kids, “ my dad fought” ) we need to assault them via all their senses…hang mirrors everywhere with I’m at this rally because I’m a racist…