Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers Arrive In Tulsa To Provide Security During Trump’s Rally

CBS Video Screen Shots, Twitter Video Screen Shot

Oklahoma National Guard soldiers were spotted in Tulsa on Friday, ready to stand guard and protect the thousands of people expected to attend the highly anticipated Trump rally on Saturday.

While over one million people signed up to attend the rally, it’s unknown how many will actually show up, and the city of Tulsa isn’t taking any chances when it comes to protecting Trump supporters against those who wish to seek harm.

As reported by the Army Times:

“As many as 250 Oklahoma Army National Guard soldiers are being activated to help provide security during President Donald Trump’s campaign rally Saturday in Tulsa, authorities said Wednesday.”

“Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin said the Guardsmen will be used as a “force multiplier” to help secure safety zones around the downtown BOK Center where the rally is to be held.”

On Friday, an image surfaced on Twitter that purportedly shows guardsman arriving on Denver Ave. in Tulsa, near the BOK Center. See Below

Oklahoma National Guard Arrive In Tulsa For Trump’s Rally

President Trump warned “protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes” seeking to disrupt his rally that they will be treated differently than in liberal strongholds if things get out of hand.

In ending, we leave you with an image that Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted showing an outdoor stage being built so Trump can address supporters inside and outside of the BOK Center, as well as a video showing festivities already underway.

Law enforcement will have their hands full!