Tulsa dailycases doubled since June rally @TimOBrien A humbling Herman Cain/coronavirus timeline: 6/24: Attends Trump rally, maskless 7/2: Tests positive for Covid-19 7/10: Says he’s improving 7/15: Says his doctors seem happy 7/27: Says he’s really getting better 7/30: Dies
Herman Cain dies after attending Superspreader event Donald Trump's Campaign Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Best known for his 2012 run for the Republican Party presidential nomination, Cain served as the CEO of the Omaha-based Godfather's Pizza. Gone now with many others. RIP
Herman Cain died at 74 a month after he was hospitalized with COVID-19. He was admitted to the hospital 10 days after he attended Trump's rally in Tulsa, Okla., where he was seen seated in the stands without a mask. "No I don't believe he got it from the rally," Trump said.
For all the anti-Trump reach that TikTok managed to have, it still couldn't register enough no-shows to save Herman Cain from Tulsa. We tried.
"So far we have had no problem" Trump says of his rallies, three months after he killed Herman Cain in Tulsa
Herman Cain was not remembered during the RNC nor at its mask-less, Super Spreader finale on the WH lawn. Maybe it was because Cain likely contracted the COVID-19 that killed him at a mask-less, Super Spreader, Trump event in Tulsa in June. #Incovenient
REST IN PEACE: Businessman and former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has died one month after testing positive for COVID-19; Cain, who was 74, was photographed without a mask at Pres. Trump’s rally inside a Tulsa arena June 20.
BREAKING: Herman Cain, a 2012 GOP presidential candidate, has died in Atlanta at 74. He was hospitalized in early July for #COVID19 complications after attending President Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa.