Tuesday, January 23, 2018

KANSAS CITY TAKES BIG MONEY HIT FOR #METOO LAWSUIT AGAINST VISITKC!!!



The price-tag for social justice and allegations against a local cheerleader who claimed that Kansas City hosts 24 MILLION tourists a year . . .

Of course reports leave out the tragic fact that this cash is ultimately the responsibility of local taxpayers.

Visit KC paid $250,000 to settle discrimination claims brought in a lawsuit by former human resources manager Janette Barron.

Barron, who claimed in a lawsuit that she was fired last year after asking for an investigation into allegations of harassing and bullying behavior by Ronnie Burt, the chief executive and president of Visit KC, will receive $137,500. Barron’s lawyer, Lauren Allen, was paid $112,500 in attorney’s fees.

You decide . . .

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

When this dysfunctional clown car revue of a local government gets something right, it'll be the first time.

Anonymous said...

this is just one more way sLIE bankrupts the city

Anonymous said...


Ronnie Burt -- a black Affirmative Action scammer -- hitting on the White ladies

big surprise

Anonymous said...

Typical coon behavior, when does he claim he was rejected because of racism?

Anonymous said...

He made over $350000in 2015? Is their no limit on how wareful the city government is?

Anonymous said...

Add up all the City (read "taxpayer") legal settlements paid under Mayor Funkhouser versus Mayor James, and guess who presided over the most waste?

Most people would be surprised.

Anonymous said...

File a civil suit for harassment against the man who harassed you there.

Anonymous said...

Because that makes it ok.

Anonymous said...

250K is only 1 cent per visitor he brought into KC. 25 million people, hell that's a bargain.

Anonymous said...

I was fisted by a homeless man wearing a kc hat and after twenty minutes I told him to stop, who do I sue?

Anonymous said...

Whats the bitch? Everyone in KC gets screwed against their will sooner or later. Hell, that is public knowledge.