The 100-year anniversary of the Tulsa riots, which occurred after a black community in Oklahoma rallied behind an accused rapist (sound familiar?), has prompted a tremendous amount of revisionism from far-left activists hoping to stoke more Black Lives Matter (BLM) terror in pursuit of their goals to overthrow the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.
The Marxist revisionists are constantly adding figures to the death total, which has reached mythical levels, with help from the fake news media. Currently, graveyards are being dug up and the desecrated remains of the dead are being added to the death toll of the riot, even if there is no evidence connecting these dead folks to the riots.
“We will continue to take this investigation one step at a time, wherever it may lead,” Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum said in a statement to CNN.
The city of Tulsa has been searching since 2018, wasting money and resources, to find nothing substantial. As a matter of fact, leftists have been searching for decades, exhuming graveyards and unearthing skeletal remains, in order to diligently construct their narrative of fake oppression.
The actual facts that occurred according to the historical record are far different than the picture that leftists are attempting to paint through propaganda. Marc Carlson, who works as director of special collections at the University of Tulsa’s McFarlin Library, has studiously compiled research about the Tulsa riot, much of which was performed before the recent “woke” crackdown on all information contradicting the official agenda.
Carlson explains in his timeline of events that blacks had organized to defend accused rapist Dick Rowland against a possible lynch mob. A confrontation happened outside of the courthouse after Rowland was apprehended by police with a group of armed blacks standing off against a group of armed whites. The blacks initiated the violence, with a white person being shot by a black assailant according to many first-hand witnesses, and this is when the violence started spiraling out of control.
Eventually, the National Guard needed to be brought in to stop the riots. Claims that the area was bombed by airplanes have been dismissed as conspiracy theories due to no evidence backing up that claim. No “Black Wall Street” ever existed in the area either, as that is yet another fabrication. 24 blacks and 12 whites died in the riots. Read more…