Monday, June 08, 2020

Kansas City Downtown March Redux

Here's what might be the best roundup of Sunday's March inside the loop and through Midtown . . . Read more:

Footsteps echoed in downtown Kansas City and those footsteps carried a powerful message

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Silence speaks volumes Sunday evening as protesters march without saying a word. They started at City Market Park, made their way to 19th Street in the Crossroads and back - letting their signs and silence speak for themselves. All the while, we only heard the sound of footsteps and maybe a [...]

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Submit to your masters, plebs.

Anonymous said...

Did their allowance money run out? Now mom and dad get to pay again for their childish behavior.

Anonymous said...

So now even silence is childish? You're just a bully.

Anonymous said...

Actually, silence is preferable to the empty uninformed blathering that constantly comes from these folks.
Where's Greta Thunberg to tell everyone how they should live their lives?
No serious understanding of governance, no understandable proposals, no realistic goals or objectives.
Silly.

Anonymous said...

^^And yet pot meet keetle^^^. Rube.. Weird.

Anonymous said...

There was a march somewhere?

Not Byron Funkhouser said...

How inspiring. Two-hundred overweight women airing-out their twats at the same time. Hey ! Their twats "couldn't breathe" just like George Floyd "couldn't breathe" ! I get it ! Haunting symbolism ... (kinda stinky), but haunting.

Anonymous said...

The footsteps were so loud because the bodies are so FAT!

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer.

Anonymous said...

Especially vivid last week in the contrast between the sanctimony of the daytime protest marches and the nighttime looting, vandalism, and arson, of which there are hundreds of videos on the web showing young black Americans acting like savages.

No plea arose from leaders in black communities across the land to stop the disgraceful behavior.

Anonymous said...

Then did they loot in silence?