Wednesday, November 21, 2018

New York Times Covers Kansas City Bleaching Food For The Homeless

The nation's paper of record offers a glimpse of this town's cruelty, poor excuses and war on the homeless.

Check the link posted this evening:

You Want to Feed the Hungry? Lovely. Let's See Your Permit.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - They unfurled colorful blankets on a grassy slope, and unloaded steaming trays of corn dogs, baked beans and vegetable beef soup. Every week for the past three years, the volunteers have gone to a park just outside downtown Kansas City with home-cooked meals for the homeless.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

No mention of our lard ass obese lying mayor Sly James. Fat cocksucker is useless except to his developer bosses.

Anonymous said...

Gee, criticism by the New York Times? Could give less of a fuck about anything from New York, including mayor and governor AND CORTEZ. Libtard sanctuary state. They don't give a damn about flyover country and I don't give a shit about them. Done.

Anonymous said...

Golly, and the times story didn't even tell its readers what part of Kansas we're located in.