US President Trump recently announced that he will restart the campaign that stopped for three months and plans to hold the first campaign rally after the epidemic in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the 19th of this month, but it has caused fierce controversy. Black groups and civil rights organizations criticized him for making this arrangement, as if slaps on the face of black people.
June 19 is June June to commemorate the end of black slavery in the United States (Juneteenth), and the bloody violence of racism occurred 99 years ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Trump chose to hold a campaign rally in this city on this day and was criticized for deliberately provoking the contradiction between whites and blacks.
Victorious California woman senator He Jinli, who has the opportunity to become a candidate of the Democratic Party’s quasi-presidential candidate Biden, left a message on social platforms on Thursday to criticize Trump for doing so, not only to sing white supremacists, but also to host a welcome party for them .
Green, a Texas congressman and member of the congressional black party, pointed out that Trump went to Tulsa on the day of June, and together with the flags that symbolized slavery and racism, it was like a slap on the face of black African Americans. He holds the highest position in this country, but publicly supports racism.
In 1921, a bloody massacre occurred in the city of Tulsa. A group of white men sent a plane to drop bombs and shot from the top, attacking black residents and shops in the city. It is estimated that as many as 300 people were killed. That was one of the bloodiest genocide cases in American history.
Pearson, a senior manager of the Trump campaign office, said Republicans are proud of the history of the June festival. Since Trump took office, he has made great efforts for black Americans, including subsidizing blacks into colleges and promoting criminal justice reforms. He also pointed out that before the outbreak of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, the unemployment rate of blacks fell to an unprecedented low.