Politicos from across Missouri head to Jeff City tomorrow to chatter about crime . . . However . . .
THE TOPIC OF GUN CONTROL PITS PROGRESSIVES AGAINST CONSERVATIVE IN A POLITICAL BATTLE ROYALE!!!
From one of our best & brightest readers regarding Mayor Q & crime . . .
"What can the Mayor do about crime? Every mayor has lost the war on crime because they don't have control over police and no national gun control."
Like it or not, that's the prevailing wisdom in KCMO and something we won't see addressed by Missouri politicos any time soon.
For now, we check the local impact on streets in KC, Missouri & across the nation . . .
Show-Me GOP Majority Talking Urban Crime Spike
A special session focused on violent crime is scheduled to start Monday. Governor Mike Parson called for the special session during a July 15 press conference. Parson been traveling across the state to discuss violent crime with local leaders, legislation and law enforcement.
Tracking Continued Rolling Gunfire In Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A man is charged with murder for allegedly shooting and killing a woman as she drove an ATV. Glenn Rucker, 38, of Kansas City, Missouri, is charged in Jackson County Court with second degree murder and armed criminal action. Police found Sharon Heifner-Douglas, 41, about 7:40 p.m.
Grocery Drama Postscript
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A Kansas City man has been charged in the fatal shooting from March 2020 of Frederick Outley outside a Kansas City convenience store near 9th and Prospect Avenue, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced Saturday. 44-year-old Joel A.
STL Still Worse
St. Louis Police said one officer was shot and two others were injured in the early hours of Sunday morning after a man reportedly fired a sawed-off shotgun at cruisers.Police said in a post on Facebook that all three officers were injured while trying to remove police cruisers from a gas station lot in the 1500 block of North 13th Street.One person has been taken into custody in connection with the incident after a police chase.
Campaign Against Biden Offers Scare Over Continued Violence
President Donald Trump's campaign released an ad Thursday on what it would be like if the police were defunded. A phone rings and the answering service responds: "You have reached the 911 police emergency line. Due to defunding of the police department, we're sorry but no one is here to take your call.
Urban Leaders Argue For Gun Control
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has blamed her city's worsening gun violence crisis on neighboring states with less regulation on guns, calling on President Donald Trump for support through firearms legislation and community investment-not the deployment of federal forces.
Antifa Vs. Prez Trump
Teal Lindseth surveyed the sea of mothers she was about to lead into the firing line. "I look at this crowd and I don't see many black people," lamented the 21-year-old African American activist. "Oregon is white as hell. Whitewashed."
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