In less than two weeks after Mayor Quinton Lucas announced a coronavirus crackdown on local small biz,
four five independent Kansas City restaurants have shut down and hundreds of residents have lost their jobs.
Anyhoo . . .
The Mayor has focused his defense on mask mandates but even his supporters have failed to answer questions regarding on the severity of the the KC COVID CURFEW . . .
WHERE'S THE "SCIENCE" THAT PROVES CORONAVIRUS IS MORE DANGEROUS AFTER 10 PM?!?!
Of course the inquiring minds of party people would love to know . . .
Nevertheless . . .
Remember that last week our blog community was FIRST to report lawsuit threats against Mayor Q and his strict push back that mostly targets small biz.
Recently, conservative talker Pete Mundo shared his insights and perspective on the lawsuit . . .
One of the best talkers in town noted info that confirms our FIRST news . .
"After speaking tonight with business owners in #KCMO... there will be at least one lawsuit (which will include multiple businesses) officially filed against the city over the new #COVID19 restrictions announced soon. I'm not a lawyer (shocker, I know), but it'll be interesting."
The Mayor was quick to reply with a reference to legal setbacks to COVID restriction challenges in STL.
Moreover . . .
JUST NOW A PARTISAN BLOG SHARED MAYOR Q'S MASK DOUBLE DOWN!!!
“People often ask me, ‘How long will these orders be around?’” he said. “And I know I got a lot of hate mail and a few death threats and other things back when we extended our mask mandate back in the summer all the way through January. It appears that not only was that the right decision, but we’ll have to extend longer.”
To be fair, Dr. Fauci confirms that masks will be part of American life for "many months" and most experts agree that a vaccine won't end the U.S. coronavirus crisis any time soon. Ergo, it's likely curfew restrictions will also continue amid the "dark days" of Winter 2020.
To sum up, a courtroom battle looms over Mayor Q amid growing outcry from small biz and the public's worsening "covid fatigue" now becomes palpable despite dire warnings of more American pandemic deaths.
Developing . . .