Saturday, July 25, 2020

Kansas City Pandemic Redux, Police Push Back & Social Justice Week In Review



Local mainstream newsies share hot takes on the Kansas City discourse after the fact . . .

"Nick Haines, Kaci Jones, Lisa Rodriguez, Micheal Mahoney and Pete Mundo discuss the KS Board of Education overruling Gov. Laura Kelly's executive order to delay the school year start, Gov. Mike Parson's comments about kids going to school, controversy over Mayor Quinton Lucas posing maskless for a photo, calls to replace KCPD Chief Rick Smith, decriminalizing poverty, KCI contract issues & more."

Take a look:



You decide . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lucas calls for replacing Rick Smith? How about replacing both of them. Lucas just wants a black man and Smith doesn't fit the BLM bill does he. Not even when kneeling like the coward he is.

And Lucas put your effing mask on you racist son of a bitch.

Susan Rosenberg and BLM say it. That's what BLM is all about not a thing to do with Geroge Floyd, which BTW was not killed by any cop. The transcript is out.

Anonymous said...

^^^ is it hard to type with your tinfoil hat on and Trump's peni jammed in your mouth?

Anonymous said...

Week In Review without a member of the KC Star editorial board spouting the liberal agenda?

Has Hell frozen over? Or are they all out looking for new employment following the bankruptcy of McClatchy?

Let's see what comes in the following weeks.

KCPT remains led by white male residents of JOCO Kansas, and an executive board dominated by whites, not that there's anything wrong with that, but this is an organization pushing a liberal agenda. Can you say "hypocrite"?