Tuesday, December 29, 2020

KCMO Council Lady Suffers COVID-19 Loss

Local sympathies sent to this 6th District lady following news of pandemic tragedy hitting close to home for her . . . Read more . . .

Kansas City Councilwoman Andrea Bough's mother died Tuesday night from COVID-19.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The mother of Kansas City, Missouri, Councilwoman Andrea Bough died Tuesday night from COVID-19. Councilwoman Bough shared the news of her mother's death on Facebook and Twitter. "Tonight, my mother passed away from COVID-19,'' according to a statement on her Twitter account . "This virus continues to ravage.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I call Bullshit. Her mother was old and had pre existing conditions. But sorry for the lose.

Gr said...

That doesn't sound very sympathetic. It's already understood that covid attacks people with medical conditions. That is a lot of people at risk. That is why it's important to take precautions and tell everyone to wear masks at the very least.

Anonymous said...

Doubt it. Elderly die.

Anonymous said...

1:02 The bullshit is your saying you are sorry for the lose.

The real "loser" is you, asshat.

The Grim Reaper said...

Oh look! Another martyr tagged with covid that actually died because of something else to add to the endless Democrat the parade of victims. Six more months of shutdown! The Democrats saw their shadows and pissed themselves.

Anonymous said...

The lockdown ends or things start exploding. The choice is yours and the clock is ticking Kansas City. What's it going to be?

Baubilinski said...

I would count that as a threat but I know you're a fat, useless CHUD that can't get out of the sofa without crying a little. I think we're all safe.

Anonymous said...

@04:31hrs the theater might seem uncrowded and nothing but reruns of Three's Company are on the screen, but it is a theater, nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

Apartment buildings in the hood net a larger return. Keep your heads on a swivel boys!

Anonymous said...


She did not. Lies

Anonymous said...

TRUTH

Erma Sue Ashley, 86 years old, was a resident of Delta South Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation center in Sikeston, MO

https://www.deltasouthcare.com/connect

I don't know how to break this to you, but unfortunately, even those who live a long life will eventually die.

The question is, why would Councilwoman Bough make her private family loss a public announcement?

Anonymous said...

Imagine using your elderly relative's lamentable passing as a political forum.

Anonymous said...

Agenda. Nothing else.

Anonymous said...

The old gal had a good long life. 86 is still 6 years past average life span, nothing to scoff at. I call bs on covid causing it.