Monday, August 07, 2017

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY STREETCAR EXTENSION VOTE SUFFERED MISERABLE TURNOUT!!!



On the even of another Kansas City vote, let's consider how the last election stolen.

To wit . . .

THANKS TO BAD-ASS TKC TIPSTERS FOR THIS EXCLUSIVE BREAKDOWN OF THE RIGGED KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN EXTENSION MAIL-IN ELECTION!!!

Let's not forget that repeated complaints about the voting process, denied ballots and snail-mail confusion tarnished the special election.

But right now, we just want to check the numbers with info cross-referenced from the Kansas City Election Board -- An organization that refused to answer any questions on the record because the 16th Circuit Court ran the election and they don't answer their phones.



Anyhoo, here's the break down . . .

- Starting off and to be fair, supporters of the streetcar tout 70% voter approval of the extension.

- There are an estimated 30,000 registered voters in the Main Street Rail Transportation Development District.

- 3506 total ballots were cast constituting only 11.6% voter turnout.

- 2458 YES votes represents only 8.19% of all eligible voters within the tiny and completely gerrymandered TDD.

- While toy train requisitions resources from the bus, police and dominates the local political agenda to the detriment of other priorities; Less than 1% of all KCMO registered voters decided this issue.

And so . . .

THE SMALLISH SAMPLE OF CAREFULLY SELECTED VOTERS DECIDING THIS ISSUE REVEALS KANSAS CITY DEMOCRACY BROKEN & CORRUPTED!!!

And all of this is merely to inform but not discourage voters heading to their polling places tomorrow and casting their ballots on questionable issues that will be ultimately blocked by courts and Jeff City legislators.

You decide . . .

16 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Of course the "turnout" was miserable. They didn't want people going to the ballot at all. Their votes had to be notarized and sent over internet or fax machine. The best way to keep voters away from the polls.

Anonymous said...

Don't blame me, I voted for Johnson!

Anonymous said...

Kansas City, Missouri. Rigging elections since the 30s.

agentzero said...

I have heard of well orchestrated campaigns including on site notary for the machine, surprise only one option was presented to voters. The machine made it easy for the choice they wanted and really hard for the alternative

agentzero said...

Let's make a bunch of bs hoops and then call it fair, did you hear any complaints by the insider class, no you did not. And you wonder how people get disgusted

agentzero said...

Perhaps there will be an October surprise, note how career politicians are now doing the ostrich on this

Crazy Clown said...

Typical of how the Pathetic COMMUNIST Democrats attempt to run an election,,,,,

Typical of their types !!!

Anonymous said...

Low voter turnout is expected as usual for any "special" election. Very little info (propaganda) having to do with what the City Council MUST do and how the potential tax increase will be handled.

Voting on minimum wage going to $15/hour? ummmm, can't quite get behind that one when folks at Mickey D's or Wendy's can't get the order right to begin with.

Everything is up to date in Kansas City. (not)

Anonymous said...

On the bones of dead people sLIE's town will rise!!!

Anonymous said...

A court run election - Welcome to KC Democrat control.

Anonymous said...

Well I guess if you don't like it you can work towards changing the system.

Oh, but that would take effort.

Easier to be a bloggin' bitch about it, right?

Caught you sniffin said...

^^^ That's why you're here tonight? Right?

Bwhahahahahahahahaha!

Bryan M. Stalder, Esq. said...

I've spoken with folks who claim that voter ID is discriminatory but love streetcar so much that they support a mail in notarized ballot.

I've spoken with folks that believe streetcar will improve public transit in KC but refuse to ride the bus because they believe homeless folks will harass them.

Vote YES on Question 1 on Tuesday, August 8.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely. Vote yes on question 1.

Anonymous said...

I mean, I guess it was just as hard for those who voted YES to vote as those who voted NO, right? Apparently, there was just more apathy among the NO's?????? Point is, it was a pain in the ass to vote regardless of which way you were going to vote.

Anonymous said...

BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! Keep trying basement boy and keep chasing that whale ahab!!!!

Claims of corruption coming from this guy:

http://guardianksmo.blogspot.com/

Real KC Streetcar news here:

https://tonyskcstreetcar.blogspot.com/