Two liberal lawyers tried to block President Trump’s Saturday rally in Tulsa, until Judge Rebecca Nightingale stepped in to set things straight. “It does not appear,” she wrote, “that Plaintiffs are entitled to the relief demanded.” In other words, “get lost.”
Oklahoma judge allows Trump rally
Two liberal attorneys tried to prevent President Donald Trump from holding a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma because of concerns for “social distancing and other health measures.” It’s perfectly alright for mobs to gather and riot in the streets as long as arson and looting are involved. Judge Rebecca Nightingale was smart enough on Tuesday to deny the temporary injunction.
The two attorneys allegedly represent city residents and business owners inspired by the liberal children of darkness to play up the engineered propaganda. Officially, as declared by Darth Soros, “the rally would put the community at increased risk of coronavirus infection.”
President Trump plans to fill every one of the 19,000-plus-seats in BOK Center. Let the flu spread faster than the gasoline at the Black Lives Matter riots. Judge Nightingale says go for it. The whining liberals don’t have a legal leg to stand on. “It does not appear by the Petition that Plaintiffs are entitled to the relief demanded.”
Lining up for days
The judge made deplorable Trump supporters happy, especially the ones who started lining up for the event four days ahead of time. They don’t care about the Covid-19 restrictions. All the “mounting concerns” of Democrats and civil rights activists about the “racial tensions” only want to make them come down and support their president even more.
The liberal lawyers knew they were on shaky legal ground so they threw everything against the wall they could think of. None of it stuck. The judge simply scraped it up and threw it right back in their faces. Even the argument that the rally violated “public nuisance laws” fell flat. They wanted the rally organizers to insure that the event would implement “mandatory use of face masks and social distancing rules for all guests and employees, as recommended by the state, local and federal authorities, and by every credible and qualified medical expert who has studied the issue.” Forget it, the judge ruled.
The attorneys insisted they weren’t singling out Trump. They swear they would do the same for Joe Biden but everybody knows there’s no way Creepy Joe could get enough people into a 19,000 seat stadium to pack them closer than 60 feet together. “As currently planned, the event will endanger not only the health of the guests in attendance and the plaintiffs, but the entire Tulsa community and any community to which the guests may afterward travel.” Sorry, but that ship already sailed. Any precautions we take now are locking the barn after the horse is over the hill.