President Trump finally got a win from the judicial system.
This time, it came from the Oklahoma Supreme Court, which refused a last-ditch effort by the president’s enemies to stop his rally in Tulsa.
The Washington Examiner reports:
The court rejected an appeal from a previous lawsuit on Friday that sought to block the campaign from holding a rally indoors on the basis that it could lead to the spread of the coronavirus. The suit, which was filed on behalf of local residents in the historically black district of Greenwood earlier this week, demanded the arena to enforce social distancing guidelines.
The court ruled in favor of the campaign, arguing that the state’s June 1 reopening plan allowed business owners to use discretion over social distancing measures and thus were not mandatory.
The left’s determined effort to stop Trump’s rally shows that they’re nervous about the president’s ability to speak directly to the people.
They’re also nervous that after having been able to control the news cycle and keep a stream of bad news flowing, Trump will once again wrest control from their hands and create good news for the country and his campaign.
After the media, liberal journalists, and the mayors and governors of liberal states freely congregated in tens of thousands for weeks of protests over George Floyd’s death, all of a sudden they’re concerned about large crowds again – just in time for it to hurt Trump.
Can we believe anything they say anymore? The answer is clearly no.