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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.
Gov. Kevin Stitt shouldn’t be wishing or hoping that a novel virus doesn’t spread to the grandmother who is picking up her 10-year-old grandchild who contracted COVID-19. Because if he is wrong, he’ll surely have blood on his hands.
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.”
The Black Wall Street Times will host mayoral candidate Greg Robinson for an exclusive and historic Town Hall event tonight on Facebook at 7 PM CST. Facebook viewers will be able to pose questions for Robinson directly in the comment section, which, if selected, will be streamed live onto the broadcast.
Over the weekend on FOX News, Stitt said, “Like a lot of Oklahomans, I’m asymptomatic,” referring to his experience having been diagnosed as the first governor in the U.S. to test positive for COVID-19. He went on to say in the very next sentence, “a little achy on Tuesday, but I’ve been 100-percent ever since.”