Saturday, February 08, 2020
KC NOVA SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN HOPES KANSAS CITY CHIEFS SUPER BOWL VICTORY WILL STOP THE VIOLENCE!!!
A few weeks ago the newspaper started a myth that this program was effective . . . Here's a look at their latest effort that might have forgotten that the KC Super Bowl Party STARTED with a mass shooting.
Here's the premise that hasn't worked out so far . . .
FOX4: Cease fire campaign seeks to tap into goodwill created by Chiefs’ victory
Kansas City's No Violence Alliance has been spreading messages on Facebook reminding fans that the Chiefs' success has made a difference in how we feel about one another.
And some want that unity to carry over throughout the community in other ways.
At the top of the list: Stopping the bloodshed that's the result of gun violence.
"We have seen random acts of kindness happen all over the metro," said the Rev. Darren Faulkner, community engagement director for KC NoVA. "That’s the camaraderie of this Kansas City Chiefs football team. Why not tap into that? Ok? Let's raise everyone’s awareness to cease fire over next 30 days."
Through social media, KC NoVA targets people it has identified as the most likely to shoot or be shot.
Quick backtrack . . .
THIS REPORT CONFIRMS KANSAS CITY AUTHORITIES SPYING VIA SOCIAL MEDIA IN ORDER TO HELP STOP LOCAL VIOLENCE!!!
Tragically, this high tech research doesn't seem to be working given the current murder count.
Developing . . .