Thursday, November 08, 2018
COMEBACK!!! ACTIVIST TONI BONES JOINS PROTEST AGAINST KANSAS CITY POURING BLEACH ON FOOD FOR THE HOMELESS!!!
One of of the most celebrated and prolific activists in recent Kansas City memory is back in town for just a bit and ready to rage against the City Hall machine.
For those who don't remember, Toni Bones earned national media coverage for her work with CopBlock and in the early fight for marijuana law reform in Missouri.
And now she's pissed about how KCMO is treating the less fortunate.
Background: Officials from the Health Dept. cracked down against a group feeding the homeless and destroyed the food they were attempting to share - After the food was confiscated they reportedly threw it in the garbage and poured bleach on it so that no one would dare touch it. Outcry erupted and explanations from both elected officials and authorities fell flat. Even conservative tax fighters weighed in against the heavy-handed municipal action:
Why Is the KC Health Department Stopping Neighbors from Feeding the Homeless?
Accordingly, as she passes through Kansas City with her family and leading a very productive life with a new hubby and baby in tow, she recently shared this message with her fans regarding the local homeless crisis:
Toni Bones: "What is wrong with these monsters??
"This weekend, I will be supporting this local group and helping to feed the homeless in Kansas City, MO.
"I will also train other volunteers on how to create objective records by recording law enforcement and other tips on staying safe since local police and health department officials insist on bullying them, dumping bleach on their food and dumping their soup on the ground.... ya know, for our safety."
"I knew I should've brought my god damned megaphone."
Moreover . . .
KANSAS CITY ACTIVISTS HAVE VOWED TO INTENSIFY THEIR EFFORTS TO FEED LOCAL HOMELESS AS THE WEATHER GROWS COLDER AND THREATS FROM CITY HALL HEIGHTEN!!!
There's certainly a need as KCMO confronts a rising population of homeless and politicos struggle to cope with new rules & regs to deal with the influx.
Developing . . .