Thursday, July 20, 2017
TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN CRITICS THREATEN MOVE TO INVALIDATE RIGGED STREETCAR EXTENSION BALLOTS AMID INCREASING VOTER SUPPRESSION COMPLAINTS!!!
A controversial Kansas City mail-in ballot has been compromised and critics are crying foul over the miscarriage of local Democracy.
Actually, it's more of an abortion of a faux election.
To wit . . .
FIRST ON TKC: KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN CRITICS THREATEN AN UPCOMING EFFORT TO DEMAND ELECTION OFFICIALS INVALIDATE COMPROMISED STREETCAR EXTENSION BALLOTS!!!
Here's the word . . .
"We've seen too many problems with this vote so far and it's better to start over and do it the right way - At the polls. The mail-in election has disenfranchised older voters, the district is carved out and gerrymandered irresponsibly and now we have voters who aren't being allowed their voice because of problems with ballot delivery. This process has been fraught with fraud, dishonesty and manipulation. But our votes are sacred and too important to be ignored. This sets a horrible precedent for local Democracy and if we are doing this vote. Let's do it honestly."
Mind you, tax fighters didn't want us putting this info on blast either but this potentially surprising move is too important to waste on lesser bloggers or propagandized MSM reports . . .
Nevertheless, don't take TKC's word for it despite the fact that we reported this trend FIRST last month . . . Even better news outlets have noted persistent problems with the streetcar voting process.
Meanwhile, public testimony about more difficulty with the streetcar ballot persist . . .
Check this quick breakdown of the numbers and glimpse of the trouble to come . . .
"376 people who applied for ballots did not live within the proposed streetcar boundaries or were not registered voters. Another 33 people did not get their application in before the May 23 deadline."
"Ballots for the proposed transportation development district (TDD) are due Aug. 1. The court has received ONLY 1,818 ballots so far."
And so, in order to protect the rights of all Kansas City voters, the move to cancel this troubled and, likely, rigged process is already underway.
Developing . . .