Friday, July 21, 2017

Kansas City Celebrates Progressive Public TV Newsie Hype Machine Conversation



Here's a look at KANSAS CITY NEWSPAPER JOURNALISTS offering their opinion on topics that we've already discussed in great detail and where TV newsies have already reported most of the facts to much bigger audiences . . . Yet still, public TV offers this pedestal in order to enforce a narrative that's losing influence at the ballot box and among local audiences.

Description:

"Nick Haines, Lynn Horsley, Barbara Shelly, Steve Vockrodt & Dave Helling discuss Sen. Jerry Moran's impact on the new healthcare bill, the executive order of Gov. Greitens to create a drug monitoring program, the potential for privatizing Westport streets, KCPD chief candidates, the Kansas Supreme Court case on education funding, KCI bids, the three streetcar ballot issues & Lyft returning to KC."

Take a look:



You decide . . .

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Ever notice Lynn Horsley and Mary Sanchez are never seen in the same room together? I don't mean to sound conspiratorial but they say the same thing. Is there a tank of these two under the city?

Anonymous said...

It's the Blah Blahs!

Anonymous said...

Weez here on TV to Enlighten the dweeb and rubez in diz city!

Anonymous said...

Wull pilgram, I think they should get rid of that damn Westport riff raff.

Anonymous said...

Liberal KC Star staff/former staff opining Democratic Party positions on liberal KCPT old news program.....yawn.

Everyone KC said...

^^^ +1

Anonymous said...

9"04---I'm smokin' some good shit from Colorado but yours must be a whooole lot better.

Anonymous said...

So nice of local public television to broadcast the group therapy session from a bunch of has-beens.

Anonymous said...

8:21 AM comment, THAT'S GOOD!

Group therapy session with Dr. Nick

Horsley -- "I've been reporting in this town forever and nobody knows who I am!"

Shelley -- "How come no one recognizes my Liberal genius? Is it possible I'm not as smart as I think I am?"

Vockrodt -- "I traded my soul for a steady paycheck by joining the KC Star, and they won't let me investigate the good stuff."

Helling -- "I'm in love with Rachel Maddow. Do you think people can tell I wear a wig?"