Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Captive Audience Preview: Kansas Guv Kelly Will Extend Coronavirus Lockdown

A sneak peek at this politico's proclimation amid ongoing debate . . . Read more:

Gov. Kelly Says She's Likely To Extend Her Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order For Kansas

TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansans will likely be asked to stay at home beyond Sunday to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. Gov. Laura Kelly's said in an interview Wednesday morning on WAMU's "1A" radio show that she'll probably extend her executive order that all but shut down a wide range of businesses across the state.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fuck that old bitch and her executive orders. The churches proved that her executive order is worthless.

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile in Sweden life goes on and they are no worse off than anywhere else in the short term, but will way ahead of everyone else in the longterm.

Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania apparently have had enough, mass protests against the ill advised shutdowns are beginning, but you won't hear about on it on the MSM.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet they're not. Weird.

Anonymous said...

That's right. Mass protests by small business owners, workers and others affected by the shutdown are growing slowly but strongly. They've had enough.

Anonymous said...

https://21stcenturywire.com/2020/04/13/kansas-citys-corona-shutdown-continues-despite-lower-than-expected-outbreak/

Anonymous said...

And yet they are, nothing weird about it.

Anonymous said...

Governor Granny needs to gather up her knitting needles and yarn and get the heck out of the Governors mamsion.

She is obviously way over her head. Running the State of Kansas is not the same as administering the Tonganoxie Satuday night bingo games which was her previous work experience.

Anonymous said...

Really jackwad...turn the channel, turn the TV off they are lying to you, check this out and get back..

https://twitter.com/charlielangton/status/1250471386730172417

Anonymous said...

Are you certain she ran those Bingo games well?