Monday, September 11, 2017
TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE VETO SESSION NEWS!!! SHOW-ME KANSAS CITY GOP RINO SENATOR RYAN SILVEY SOFT ON EJECTION OF MISSOURI POLITICO WHO HOPED FOR PREZ TRUMP ASSASSINATION!!!
And so the Missouri veto session is upon us and a Kansas City GOP dude is once again getting called out by his more strident Conservative colleagues.
To wit and because some of our rural Missouri GOP pals are good for something besides selling walnut bowls . . .
STRIDENT MISSOURI CONSERVATIVES CALL OUT KC STATE SEN. RYAN SILVEY FOR HIS SOFTCORE STANCE ON VOTING TO OUST TRUMP CRITIC SEN. MARIA CHAPPELLE-NADAL!!!
To be fair, she did apologize after her FB remarks about hoping for Prez Trump assassination.
Nevertheless, here's the word:
"Condemning her on Twitter and talking about her resignation is nice. But what's he going to do about it? It's time for Ryan to wear his big boy pants and stop trying to be the Northland darling of Mayor James. He needs to be accountable for his vote."
"TKC, I may not agree with much of what your write but I urge your readers who are against Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal staying in office to CONTACT SEN. SILVEY AND TELL HIM TO SUPPORT A VOTE TO HAVE HER REMOVED. He has only shown social media commitment so far without telling us how he's going to vote and that is unacceptable for an action so important."
Accordingly . . .
WHAT WE'RE SEEING SO FAR IS THAT PREZ TRUMP HAS CREATED A GREATER RIFT AMONG REPUBLICAN FACTIONS AND NOW HAS A MISSOURI SUPER-MAJORITY AT WAR WITH ITSELF!!!
Sadly, the accomplishments of these so-called Missouri GOP "Supermen" are few and far between while the economy of the state remains mostly stagnant and they embarrassingly struggle to line up the votes against their hopelessly outnumbered opposition.
Post-Dispatch: Lawmakers set to meet for first time since social media controversies, health care cuts
STL Today: Senators may not have the votes to remove Chappelle-Nadal from office
MO Public Radio: Despite calls for expulsion, Chappelle-Nadal may stay in the Missouri Senate after all
MONet: Republicans mull over Missouri Lt. Governor's plan for special session
Developing . . .