Local vs. National Government

Tulsa Mayor Shares Anxiety About Upcoming Trump Rally In His City

 Local officials in Tulsa are concerned about the upcoming rally this Sat., but are reluctant to exert their authority to stop it.

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum announced that local officials would not block the Trump campaign from holding its rally at the BOK Center on Saturday, despite his own anxieties and increasing criticism and fear that the rally could exacerbate the city’s already mounting roster of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

“I also will not attempt to block the state government or the President of the United States by invoking the local civil emergency authority in our city ordinance,” Bynum wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “That authority was used earlier this year under extraordinary circumstances to prevent the catastrophic collapse of our local health care system.”

1 thought on “Local vs. National Government

  1. I think people should quit worrying so much about the pandemic. As Mr. Trump pointed out today, scientists developed a vaccine for AIDS, so they’ll be able to develop one for COVID-19 as well. (Spoiler alert: sarcasm.)

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