[Ed. Note: No. Why not just come right out and say how BLM protests are completely safe, but Trump rallies and the 4th of July spread the disease. It’s all B.S. The spike in cases is because they’re lumping ‘probable’ cases in with ‘confirmed’ cases at the same time they lowered the bar for what constitutes a ‘probable’ case. Then, to add insult to injury, for every ‘probable’ case declared, everyone who’s been in direct contact with the ‘probable’ case is now, themselves, considered a ‘probable’ case. It doesn’t take a g0dd@mn PhD in math to sort out why ‘cases’ are skyrocketing, but deaths and hospitalizations are not. Listen Shedlock, if you want to serve your readers a tall warm glass of piss, you go right ahead and do that. Don’t ask us to drink it and call it fruit punch.]
by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
Covid cases in Oklahoma sured to a record high this week. Timing suggests the Trump rally in Tulsa is to blame.
Tulsa County reported 206 new confirmed cases on Tuesday and 261 — a record high — on Monday
Map from NY Times Oklahoma.
Dr. Bruce Dart, the director of the Tulsa Health Department, said at a news conference that it was reasonable to link the spike to the rally and related events.