Posted by Curt on 19 June, 2020 at 3:17 pm. 3 comments already!


So the Juneteenth gambit didn’t get him to cancel the rally (he changed the date \), and now we’re on to noting that racial incidents occured vaguely “near” the venue ninety-nine fucking years ago so really, shouldn’t Trump cancel?

There was a racial riot that turned into a massacre in Tulsa in 1921. Did you know that? Woke White Progressives did. Not because they read or know history, but because they relentlessly watch Quality Premium Cable TV Shows.

Last year they learned about the 1921 Tulsa riots from The Watchmen (wich #WokeWhiteProgressives, and literally no one else, watched), and all babbled about it on Twitter.

Well, now it’s time to put that HBO Extension Course Education to good use.

“Just imagine, in your mind, all these homes,” Shaw said one morning this week, describing the black-built, black-owned houses and churches that once covered dozens of blocks where he’s walking, the site of Tulsa’s 1921 race massacre. “Just picture that.”

“Hotels, movie theater, roller rink,” said Shaw, a retired man who spends his mornings sitting in the shade of an engraved stone memorial to the Home Style Café, A.S. Newkirk photography studio, and literally hundreds of other African American-owned bakeries, barber shops, attorney offices and businesses razed in the massacre.

Burned bricks and a fragment of a church basement are about all that survive today of the more than 30-block historically black district. On May 31 and June 1 in 1921, white residents and civil society leaders looted and burned Tulsa’s black Greenwood district to the ground, and used planes to drop projectiles on it.

The BOK Center, where Trump will be speaking, is nearly a mile from the Greenwood District.

So really not that close given that this is located in the same city, huh? You wouldn’t say that Colored Orphan Asylum (which was burned to the ground at the start of Civil War Draft Riots* of 1863) is “near” Carnegie Hall in any meaningful sense, just to shame someone from appearing there.

Yes, they’re both in Manhattan. But not really “near.”

Unless you’re the media and you’re doing your best to gin up another Race Riot.

Which is already a real possibility, thanks to out of state antifa and BLM protesters traveling to Tulsa to, um, “protest.”

The mayor has imposed a curfew due to threats of violence:

The Republican mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma, has declared a civil emergency and set a curfew for the area around the site where President Donald Trump plans to hold a campaign rally this weekend.

In his executive order establishing a curfew around the BOK Center from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Thursday through Sunday, Mayor G.T. Bynum cited the unrest that followed some of the recent protests around the country over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month.

“I have received information from the Tulsa Police Department and other law enforcement agencies that shows that individuals from organized groups who have been involved in destructive and violent behavior in other States are planning to travel to the City of Tulsa for purposes of causing unrest in and around the rally,” Bynum said in his order, which was posted on the police department’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

So the media is setting up the narrative: When their ground troop allies, antifa and BLM and even maybe BAMN, start attacking Trump supporters lawfully assembling — as they did in Chicago — it will actually be Whitey’s fault, Because Ninety Nine Years Ago.

The media is no longer pretending to believe in neutral rules of peaceful coexistence, such as “people should be free to peaceably assemble without being attacked.” No, they are openly embracing the rule that the right cannot do anything without the express permission of the left’s ground troops, and if the right fails to secure that permission, it is morally and legally justifiable to start attacking them with bike-locks and molotov cocktails.

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