Apropos for #TBT we followup on a former Kansas City politico who recently earned the media spotlight near the epicenter of the pandemic.
For those who don't remember . . .
In his defense . . .
The latest from a denizen of our blog community . . .
"I'm pretty sure Will is back in Kansas City but he still faces problems with the TSA and trouble with United Airlines. No idea how that will turn out but I hope he doesn't lose his job in this economy."
Whilst Mr. Royster might be hesitant to return into the political fray after a tumultuous first try, Northeast insiders notice a resurgence of conservative new(er) gentry denizens in Northeast who seem to be looking for leadership from longstanding denizens of this urban core neighborhood . . . Like it or not (and many don't), Mr. Royster fits that description.
Developing . . .