Monday, May 18, 2020

Show-Me Coronavirus Session Roundup

Aftermath of this emergency session wherein budget were slashed and ethics reform TRASHED. Take a peek:

How The Coronavirus Upended Missouri's 2020 Legislative Session

Sen. Paul Wieland has seen a lot of startling events during his 12 Missouri legislative sessions. The Imperial Republican witnessed resignations of House speakers, deaths of statewide officials and implosions of gubernatorial administrations. But Wieland says he's never gone through anything like 2020, where the coronavirus pandemic massively altered the Legislature's workload and focus.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And yet the Republicans decided voters really were too stupid to know what they were voting for when they voted against gerrymandered districts. Weird.

Anonymous said...

The faggot-tranny crowd is just pissed because they can't get a welfare check for butt-fucking and loppin' of their own dicks.

Anonymous said...

^^^^And here we have another example of 21st Century Republican logic.

Anonymous said...

^^^Food for thought.

Anonymous said...

No, it was a dirty bill designed to give gerrymandering to one single partisan position to continue the destruction of equitable voting distribution rather than the urban core running roughshod over the surrounding communities of home owners rather than renters.