Saturday, December 22, 2018
TKC READER: KANSAS CITY STAR WRONG TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST WHITE GUYS!!!
While we may not agree with everything this TKC Reader notes, it's worth checking as a bit of counter-programing.
The reaction is to this week's race-based policy screed . . .
"Another white guy appointed to statewide office in Missouri? C’mon, Gov. Parson"
Here's the alternative take . . .
TKC READER AGAINST KANSAS CITY STAR QUOTAS
The Kansas City Star Editorial Board (4 White Males, 2 White Females, 1 Black Male) does hereby announce that they are PRIMA DONNA HYPOCRITES and secretly hate themselves for what they've become.
Just days following the Star discovering that Kansas U.S. Senator Pat Roberts is 82-years old, this racist editorial board is chastising Missouri Governor Parson for appointing "by most accounts… a well-qualified" candidate. So what's the problem with this appointee? Well, you see, he's a white man! And despite the fact that The Kansas City Star Editorial Board is itself composed of some 86-percent white members, you the reader are not supposed to question that GLARING DISCREPANCY. "Think as you're told, not as the editorial board practices." Because The Kansas City Star is a Liberal Democrat propaganda machine, Senator Roberts qualifies as an "old white male" and Scott Fitzpatrick (the MO House Budget Chairman) is a "non-diverse white male" of innate suspicious character, thus they are both prime fodder for The Kansas City Star's targeted discrimination, derision, and diatribes of derangement.
In what psychologists describe as redirected self-hatred, the Star commits self-flagellation in their flagrant bias against white males. As a polite reminder to all, Pat Roberts is the senior United States Senator from Kansas because the citizens of our great state elected him to the position. Likewise in Missouri, Mr. Fitzpatrick was duly elected to the Missouri House by his constituents. That The Kansas City Star hates the democratic process, should not come as a shocker to anyone familiar with their hyper-partisan Democratic Party propaganda efforts.
Specifically on age discrimination, is it particularly peculiar that The Kansas City Star who's decimated their own senior staff with repetitive rounds of layoffs, would call for Roberts forced retirement due to age alone? No, instead it's par for the McClatchy course. But while the McClatchy newspaper chain has been forced to self-exterminate due to years of financial mismanagement and out-of-touch relations with their audience, Star writers would slide Senator Roberts into the rocking chair based solely upon his seniority. If this were a legal case, the Star has been caught on video confessing to premeditated discrimination.
Now, if Senator Roberts at age 82, should be exiled from the U.S. Senate, then surely Star writers have been calling for similar action in regards to their own Democrat darlings. Let's take a look at a few:
Senator Dianne Feinstein -- age 85, employed a Chinese communist spy on her staff for decades.
Senator Patrick Leahy -- age 78
Senator Bernie Sanders -- age 77, a likely presidential candidate in 2020.
Representative Maxine Waters -- age 80, prone to outbursts and calls for directed violence.
Soon-to-be House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi -- age 78
Former V.P. and Senator Joe Biden -- age 76, potential 2020 presidential candidate a
The Star's Bryan Lowry may wish to review this excerpt from an October 2017 CNN Politics article:
Members of both parties in Congress are at their oldest average age in decades, but the average Democrat has about four years on the average Republican on Capitol Hill.
The average Democrat was 61.0 years old at the start of this term, the highest average age for Democrats on the Hill in available data stretching back to 1947, compiled thanks to a great piece by 538, plus recent numbers from the @unitedstates project, an Internet-driven repository featuring data from the Sunlight Foundation, GovTrack.us and the New York Times.
The average Republican was 57.2 years old. The gap between the two parties has been roughly four years since the 2010 tea party wave. For two decades before that, Democrats tended to be about one year older than Republicans, on average.
So, once again, The Kansas City Star has been caught violating the principles of common sense, decency, and journalistic integrity. Just as an ailing patient who's tethered to an oxygen tank should refrain from smoking, a writer lingering in newspaper hospice should refrain from throwing ink at innocent white men because of their skin color.
You decide . . .