Friday, May 22, 2020

Activist Clay Chastain Challenges Congressman Cleaver's Political Record And Defends Light Rail Crusade



A recent conversation about extremism seems to have offended Clay Chastain. Here's his retort . . .

Candidate Chastain challenges Congressman Cleaver's position on "Extremism" and being the nation's "champion of civility".

(Congressman) Cleaver (publicly) called me a "zealot" (extremist) for standing up to his refusal to obey a court order and place my Union Station petition before voters.

* (Congressman) Cleaver thinks Americans protesting not being able to go back to work, and being forced into a protracted state of isolation, an extremist activity.

* Pastor Cleaver apparently does not think it an extreme activity defenseless unborn babies are killed after their hearts are beating.

* (Congressman) Cleaver has never sponsored a "Virtual Forum" on the horrible impact KC's on-going homicides (extreme activity) are having on KC and its people.

* (Congressman) Cleaver has never sponsored a "Virtual Forum" on City Hall's extreme activity in putting down petition's from voters or defaming citizens it opposes.

The vast majority of people protesting government's prolonged shut down of our country are not extremists. They are everyday Americans who just want their jobs back, America to reopen for business and are tired of living life in fear and isolation. Disease is part of life. But as usual, Congressman Cleaver tries to act as the nation's moral watchdog (and politically hype and exploit every national crisis) while remaining silent on true extreme forms of behavior he himself has either committed, condoned or ignored.

Republican Candidate for Emanuel Cleaver's Congressional seat, Clay Chastain
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can the Jackson County Republican Committee please issue a public statement informing the uninformed that Clay Chastain is not a Republican. He has not likely ever voted Republican and doesn't hold any Republican ideals. He's a libertarian at best, but certainly holds progressive ideals of cramming light-rail down the throats of the public, much like the toy train. KC has never been set up as a City where light-rail or any other form of fixed-track mass transportation system would ever work. Frankly our population density is simply not that high and the daily O-Ds too unconcentrated.

Anonymous said...

Clay. It's over. Stop. Derks 2020

Anonymous said...

+1 to 10:51. clay gets props for the union station but his time has passed. clay should be living in KC if he wants to rep the district. derks has some lead in his pencil.

Anonymous said...

Leave Clay alone. I hear that he's got a big one.

Anonymous said...

Where is Jacob Turk?

Mo Rage said...


I don't know how one gets more irrelevant than Clay Chastain.

Anonymous said...

Weird that the low density didn't just magically happen, it was paid for with subsidized free roads and streets for developers. You were so happy to have the far more expensive overbuilt un-maintainable street network shoved down your throat. I guess you can't get enough of that nanny state low density free driving and free parking.

Anonymous said...

What we see today is the difference in the way a Black insurrection is treated by police Vs how a white insurrection is treated.

A few years ago in Ferguson a QT burned and everyone was ordered to stay home. Multiple police agencies deployed and Bkack resistors were gassed, beaten and arrested.

Today people are dying and everyone is ordered stay home or social distance or wear masks. Mostly white resistors are ignored or treated with extreme deference by all police and police tell authorities the orders are unenforceable.

Anonymous said...

I would vote ffor Clay for whatever he ran for. Mainly because I vote against the status quo, we have had enough of these do nothing except for themselves career politicians!

Anonymous said...

What about the banks?