Tuesday, April 07, 2020

KC Tenants 'Rent Zero' Redux

The Pitch has turned into a hobby for aging hipsters but this post is important nevertheless . . . That's why OUR KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY talked about the info over the weekend but it's worth repeating nevertheless:

KC Tenants launch hotline, plans digital campaigns to protect renters

KC Tenants digital rally // Courtesy KC Tenants Missouri is experiencing a public health crisis. COVID-19 affects and will affect people of color, and our poor and working-class community members the most, only exacerbating the state of emergency they endure every day.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

KC Tenants is trying to help normal people while government blows trillions on helping wealthy corporations.

Anonymous said...

^^^ +100

Anonymous said...

Free Shit Army assemble! Gibsmedat!

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Where do you think “normal people” find jobs?

Anonymous said...

Lots of places, Sylvester. But not because wealthy corporations have been given free welfare with no strings attached. The recent stimulus will be used the same way as the 2008 stimulus and the 2017 tax break giveaway: Bonuses for management and buy back stock to further enrich the wealthy owners.

So Sylvester, please try to not be such a whore to the oligarchy, mkay?

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

934. Believe it or not, I agree with you. But I also look at the millions of people who find employment with corporations and I don’t look at them as bad people

Anonymous said...

You are still evading the fact that your comments are irrelevant to reality because no job retention conditions were attached to the corporate welfare stimulus.

Anonymous said...

Tara is a 3 year old kicking and screaming in the aisle of the supermarket while mom and dad please with other to keep "social distance". Tone deaf at best.

Anonymous said...

No funds tied to CEO compensation or stock buybacks for those which receive aid.