Hate groups cashed in on pandemic relief
WATCH LIVE: Trump speaks at Tulsa rally — despite poor turnout for his campaign relaunch
President Donald Trump and VP Mike Pence attended a campaign rally in Tulsa on Saturday.
The event was billed as a relaunch of Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, which has not held a rally in months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With "pitiful turnout" at the event, the campaign ended up scrapping planned speeches to an overflow crowd that did not show up.
Trump's campaign had claimed that over one million people had signed up to attend the event.
Pete Hegseth defends using racist term for coronavirus on Fox News: ‘Off-color, but funny’
Supporters of President Donald Trump continue to try and blame China for America's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
One distraction technique to use racial slurs instead of COVID-19.
"Calling it the 'Chinese coronavirus' isn't just racist, it's dangerous and incites discrimination against Asian Americans and Asian immigrants," Harris tweeted on March 10th.
She has since authored a resolution condemning "the use of anti-Asian terminology and rhetoric related to COVID-19, such as the 'Chinese Virus,' 'Wuhan Virus,' and 'Kung-Flu.'"