Hillary Clinton to Trump: Don’t hold Tulsa campaign rally if you need coronavirus liability waiver

The Pretext

Hillary Clinton blamed President Trump this Friday.

This was for requiring attendees at his rally in Oklahoma.

It was done in order to waive their rights to sue his campaign if they catch the coronavirus at the event.

“If your rallies come with a liability waiver, you shouldn’t be holding them,” Clinton tweeted.

The rally is technically booked for June 19 at 19,000-seat Bank of Oklahoma Center in Tulsa.

The campaign rally will be Trump’s first since March 2 in North Carolina, just before the coronavirus pandemic began its wreckage.

A registration form for the rally says, “By clicking register below, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.”

The Situation

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany made an announcement on Wednesday.

She said that while she did not have specific information on health precautions for the event, she ensures that everyone who goes will be safe.

Trump’s campaign already had caused a lot of controversy for choosing Tulsa and that particular date for the rally.

So apparently, Tulsa was the site of the 1921 Greenwood Massacre.

Herein, about 300 Black people were killed by a white mob that also burned the neighbourhood known as “Black Wall Street.”

Procession

June 19 is also known as Juneteenth, the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.

McEnany had said that the African-American community is very near and dear to his heart.

He continued that at these rallies, he often shares the great work he has done for minority communities.

He’s working on rectifying injustices, he ended, saying and I’m certain he is.

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