Thursday, July 23, 2020


Follow-up on a recent controversial move from Council that works to forgive most demonstrators and prevent future arrests by police . . . Take a peek at the new draft:

Kansas City Asks Court To Throw Out Lawsuit By Protesters Arrested Under 'Failure-To-Obey' Laws

Kansas City, Missouri, has moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed by three women who were arrested during protests this summer and claim the city's "failure to obey" ordinances are unconstitutional. In court documents filed on Wednesday, the city cited two decisions by the 8 th U.S.


Charles Whitman said...

Do the crime, do the time.

Anonymous said...

Kansas city democrats and blacks are now indelibly inked with the words, "lawless"

Anonymous said...

Hey how about a shot of f__k off and with a chaser of rule of law ?

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight, federal law enforcement is called occupying forces and treated like dirt or worse but the rioters are forgiven for causing millions in damages, overtime, loss of revenue and then theres all the cleanup and they are forgiven? Did I get that right?

The only occupying forces are the rioters and they’re treated like heroes, this is screwed up.

Anonymous said...

Only where the Dems are in power does it seem like violence and destruction against innocent people and the property of others are so tolerated to the highest degree possible, which simply leads to more violence and destruction. The loudest mob doesn't seem to be aware that a much bigger yet quieter force and group of people won't tolerate this kind of behavior that threatens society and some of the finest cities in America.

Anonymous said...

If you want less of something, tax it.
If you want more of something, subsidize it*.

*Or don't punish it.