ABOVE: Because masks aren't sexy.
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Herman Cain, the Black businessman and diehard Trump supporter, has died at 74 after over a month's hospitalization for COVID-19.
He attended Trump's Tulsa rally maskless, and made a point of defiantly advertising that the event would be maskless, later posing with other Black Trump supporters for a now-eerie photo.
Cain was seriously ill one week after the rally, and tested positive on June 29. He had been hospitalized ever since, and was recently reported to be on a ventilator, with talk of his other organs being strong.
Less than 24 hours before the gravely ill Cain expired, his Twitter account was still churning out lies about COVID-19 designed to encourage others to become sick:
ABOVE: My new favorite Jory, second only to this one.
ABOVE: The history of Pride in the U.S., in just about six minutes. Sadly, it avoids Frank Kameny and One Magazine and pushes the lie that Sylvia Rivera had anything to do with Stonewall.
ABOVE: Mr. Krull himself, Ken Marshall. More here.
BELOW: Keep reading for more ...
ABOVE: Coitus spreads some Michael Oliver Love via this image.
ABOVE: Trump's rally was on Juneteenth, then was moved to oblivion.
Looking like the million (!) tickets given out for Trump's Juneteenth-plus-one rally in Tulsa were for naught, as he couldn't come close to filling the 19,000-seat venue. Many empty (and they're BLUE!) seats.
More evidence of soft support: He had planned to address overflow crow at a stage outside, but that was canceled and the stage dismantled.
Dear @realDonaldTrump -@BarackObama would have packed that arena. But you know what? He would have put the people first, and he wouldn’t have tried. You’re a very ill human being and even your supporters have had enough.pic.twitter.com/KnqICY9Zos— Ken Olin (@kenolin1) June 20, 2020
Diamond & Silk, attempting to kneecap BLM, shout out their bilge ... to almost nobody: