“In the Tulsa County Courthouse, we have suspended all jury trials for criminal cases and civil cases, that’s the constitutional right to a jury trial for a civil case and a criminal case, a very important right — we have suspended that two blocks away from the BOK Center because we’ve decided that that 12 people are not safe to sit shoulder-to-shoulder in a jury box. And yet, on Saturday we’re going to have 19,000 people sitting in a box chanting and screaming without any social distancing measures. How do you square those two realities? I feel like I’m living in a zombie apocalypse movie just before society crashes. And again this is not about politics. The only winner here is the virus. Period,” Demuro closed.
"We who are about to die salute you!"Imagine the level of toxic build-up in his mind that’s just ready to burst out. https://t.co/ubj949cQr2— George Conway (@gtconway3d) June 19, 2020
📈New Oklahoma epidemic graph. 140.3% increase from last week. #1 fastest growth among states >2 million.— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) June 19, 2020
Good idea or bad idea to hold a 19,000 indoor stadium rally in Tulsa right now?
Spoiler: TERRIBLE IDEA. #COVID19
(Tables by @euromaestro, with support of @FAScientists). pic.twitter.com/FwVH1b8cy7
Yeah, this rally is an excellent idea.
I hope I'm wrong, but this could be a national super spreader event. https://t.co/z0SjcNzkQm— Neera Tanden (@neeratanden) June 19, 2020
I told ya they were "deadheads."