Tuesday, November 08, 2016

CELEBRATE THREATENING CLAY COUNTY POLITICAL SLAP FIGHTING DOUBLE VIDEOS!!!



We won't pretend to understand the politics of the Kansas City Northland . . .

But these videos do a great job of depicting complaints . . .

First up, dirty talk that wasn't deleted:



And then, we'll call this background and really low-rent commercial that that attempts to offer some insight . . .



Again, we don't pretend to understand any of this but simply want to offer the links FIRST if only to continue TKC groundbreaking political ethnography of the entire Kansas City metro which seems to conclusively prove that politics brings out the worst in white people as well.

Update from the Northland News on more slap fighting to come: We were told by a source that Commissioner Nolte is contemplating filing an assault charge against Owen, but we’re uncertain at this time if this is accurate.

Developing . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Nolte began his election campaign in 2014 with a $5,000.00 contribution from a developer who has been trying to control Clay County by hook and by crook for many years.
The developer has benefited from tax breaks and has a history of under-handed business and political acts.
Mr. Nolte has been trying to disrupt Commission meetings for many months to put the other Commission members in a bad light to hurt their re-elections this year; in order to help opponents backed by that developer.
Search the KC Star archives for three lumberyard arson fires and a stolen election in August 2000 with ballot shortages and disappearing ballot boxes.

Anonymous said...

Pam Mason was defeated in the Republican Primary election for Presiding Commissioner in 2014 by former Gladstone State Rep. Jerry Nolte. She has accumulated many enemies over several years in different Clay County offices. She and husband Vic Hurlbert have been involved in a number of courthouse legal controversies over the years. This year they have burned bridges and betrayed long-time friendships with former supporters. This is playing out against a backdrop of many years of developer influence trying to control Clay County using dirty tricks.

Anonymous said...

Thank heavens that my beloved Parkville resides in Platte County and afar away from these losers who are pretending to be important.

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Anonymous said...

More Barbie Blank please!