Whilst the Revs plot their next move and prep to call 70% of all voters Kansas City racist in SURPRISING new national forums and MSM outlets . . . The bright side is here is that Northeast amateur activists might one day wake up and realize that they invested a great deal of time and trouble to benefit the fundraising and media profile of political denizens far more adept at this process then they could imagine . . .
Kansas City volunteers fighting "woke" culture and allegations of racism and privilege feels wonderful when the vptomg public agrees . . . But the end result IS EVEN MORE ATTENTION TO THE CAUSE OF THE REVS AND THE WORK TO HONOR MLK IN KANSAS CITY thereby strengthening their media presence, fundraising and public profile.
Meanwhile most voters would struggle to name any of the earnest "Save The Paseo" dorks except Alissia Canady who garnered an important victory on the backs of activists who only have lifelong enemies and a sense of street sign pride to show for their efforts.
Accordingly, here's a glimpse at two people who know very little about Kansas City discussing this topic very politely . . .
And then an important note about cost . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Back in January, the city council voted to rename the Paseo Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard. That didn't go over well with people who live in the area of the Paseo.
"The city spent nearly $60,000 to replace about 189 Paseo signs. They expect to spend $30,000-$40,000 more to swap out Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard signs".
"The cost is lower because highway and LED signs were never switched over to Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard and they don’t have to make Paseo signs because they stored them earlier this year just as their planning to do with the Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard signs."
And again, we aren't done with this debate which MUST be crafted into a feel good and costly "moment" for Kansas City . . . Paid with local tax dollars of course . . .
Developing . . .