The Greg Robinson for Tulsa Mayor campaign raised a staggering $78,484.07 during this previous quarter, which is impressive considering Robinson just announced his candidacy for mayor on June 6 — halfway through the last quarter.
This, seemingly referring the Black Lives Matter mural, is something that the Mayor of Tulsa is using to divide the Black community.
I find it interesting that Mayor GT Bynum would choose to contact the Greenwood Chamber when the Chamber doesn’t have jurisdiction over the historic street.
“Two of the biggest issues facing Tulsa today are the pandemic and racism. Nothing in Mayor Bynum’s reelection platform directly addresses these pervasive issues.” — from the Editorial Board
If Tulsa city officials erase the BLM mural, it will only show that Black people have lost complete control of Greenwood and the historic Black Wall Street.
“Now more than ever, Tulsa needs a leader who has unwavering loyalty to our citizens. A leader who will be willing to make the toughest of decisions to keep us safe. Greg is that leader,” Dr. Jabraan Pasha says.
Attorney Jonathan Nation, who represents one of three people who were injured during the May 31 protest, told the Tulsa World on Thursday that Kunzweiler’s stance is “essentially blaming the protesters and essentially blaming the victims for their own injuries.”