Thursday, June 25, 2020

Kansas City 'Karens' Fight For Continued Right To Shut Down Streets At Their Whim

The handiwork of amateur urban planners on the council and in so many local organizations has created a Midtown, Brookside and Waldo maze . . . Read this one closely, because Kansas City Karen wants to keep the streets shut down:


Dozens of KCMO neighborhoods closing streets through limited COVID-19 permit program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With so many camps and parks either closed or cramped in the summer of COVID-19, many Kansas City neighborhoods are taking advantage of a limited permit program. It allows neighbors to block off portions of streets to give children and families extra room to roam.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Everyone is oh so special these days. The whole country's gone Karen Boomer.

Anonymous said...

FARMERS LOVE TRUMP2020

Anonymous said...

THE LIBERAL ELITES CLOSE EVERYTHING OFF BECAUSE THEYRE BETTER THAN YOU BLACKEY

Anonymous said...

They send their kids to private schools while your kids go to the un accredited KC public union and liberal owned schools

Anonymous said...

Vote for Democrats they'll fix things. Lol

Anonymous said...

Yeah... Brookside is real liberal and tolerant. The minute they could gate their streets they did it.

Anonymous said...

Their signs are usually black lives matter or LGBT promotion. Had no idea that was what closing a street was for. Pondering the crybabies chant if a person put a Christian cross, NRA, star of david, symbol of buddah, USA #1 , MAGA , no free cheese , anti dope or proud to be white and not confused signs up.

Anonymous said...


Funny how those parks are closed and they are screaming pandemic more than ever now, but the looting and RIOTS were O.K.
Seattle is O.K. with people living in the middle of the city streets with no way to shower or wash their hands. This virus was started in a Chinese bio lab that we have funded for years and the democrats together with China dropped this virus on us. Three people who tried to warn everyone were put in jail. Look around people can you see what's going on? It's real clear!

Anonymous said...

^^and yet not one thing you said was true, valid, or coherent. Weird.

Anonymous said...

this seems like a great idea for the summer of a national emergency.

why not?

Anonymous said...

755, it's for kids to play, so what's wrong with that?

i assume any neighborhood street could do it.

Anonymous said...

No one talks about the inconvenience to the 90% of residents trying to get to work or back home. Nothing is said about excess traffic on all other streets. We now the the situation where 10% are happy about receiving extra benefits while 90% of residents are upset. This could easily be the start of a civil war.

Anonymous said...

I drive down the “closed” streets anyway if it’s convenient. My neighborhood. My car.

Anonymous said...

The work of Eric Bunch. He hates cars. Uses the panepidemic as a tool to hate cars. Not very smart, but most devious.