When is coronavirus a threat? When conservatives are protesting lockdowns or cheering President Trump.
When isn’t it a threat, when thousands of Democrats are rioting in the streets.
On that note, here’s a Stormy Daniels lawyer trying to stop Trump’s Tulsa rally.
A group of Tulsa attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday to force the use of coronavirus safety measures at the BOK Center during President Trump’s Saturday campaign rally, but a judge denied their requests for a temporary injunction and expedited hearing hours later.
Attorney Clark Brewster said filling a 19,000-seat arena with screaming fans of the president during a surge in new COVID-19 cases but not requiring them to wear masks has the makings of a super-spreader event.
Brewster represented adult-film star Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against Trump, but he and attorney Paul DeMuro said the lawsuit was not about the president.
Uh-huh. Did they sue Black Lives Matter for its massive Tulsa rally? No. Then this is about Trump.
Brewster’s Twitter feed is predictably full of derogatory content involving Trump. While a judge shut down this stunt, Brewster and co. are promising to take this to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.