Friday, January 22, 2021

KC TENANTS SORTA STAY WINNING PROTEST FOR EVICTION MORATORIUM!!!

The most important this we've learned from this "debate" is that demonstration at the homes of judges is now a viable form of protest given that local leaders tacitly seem to approve of the tactic and KC Tenants has been lauded by both pundits and politicos for their work. 

However, read this one closely because, like all things in Kansas City, there are loopholes . . . Check-it:

The Pitch: KC Tenants protests push Judge Youngs to extend eviction moratorium into late March

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Today, Judge Dale Youngs extended a September order filed by his predecessor to temporarily halt residential evictions. The original order stood from Sept. 24 to Dec. 31, 2020. Youngs extended that order until March 31. While this extension is a huge deal in regards to evictions occurring during a pandemic in the middle of winter, it has not actually prevented evictions from taking place.

Because of the specifics of that order, landlords may still file to evict tenants unless the tenant has already filed an executed copy of a declaration form that temporarily halts their eviction. If the tenant does not file the declaration form, or the tenant is not covered by the order, a landlord can submit a verification form that allows them to evict the tenant regardless of the halt on evictions.

Developing . . .

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

So the didn't really stay winning? Weird.

Anonymous said...

KC Tenants is doing good work. They are the only voice of reason in a housing crisis. Thank you guys for standing up in the cold for all of us!

Anonymous said...

KC Tenants are not doing good work. How are landlords supposed to survive if tenants can occupy rental property indefinitely without paying rent?

If KC Tenants truly wanted to help, they would be collecting money to pay the tenants' rent. KC Tenants is nothing more than a Marxist group that does not believe in private property ownership.

Anonymous said...


upon hearing this news..the greedy landlords all exclaimed, in unison:

OY VEY!

Anonymous said...

Gibsmedat!

Anonymous said...

So when this moratorium is finally over they will all have their rent, right? Or do they just the landlords to suck it up ? Last I checked the bank who holds the unpaid mortgage can evict too.

Anonymous said...

KC Tenants didn’t do anything, Biden did by executive order. It was the CDC that extended the moratorium.

Anonymous said...

How are landlords supposed to survive if banks use their free Fed trillions of $$$$ for profit instead of for loan forgiveness?

Maybe landlords could stand with the people and try punching up at banksters instead of punching down at poor people like bootlickers?

Anonymous said...

Right, neoliberal corporate whores are just constantly doing great things for real people even when they haven't been pressured to act.

Anonymous said...

Oh look dumbass ^^ KCTENANTS does truly want to help. They have collected and spent $48000.
If you truly want to help too, instead of just writing dumbass things on TKC, you can donate here:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/kc-tenants-mutual-aid-fund

Anonymous said...

And bootlickers can't imagine any way to untie that problem while licking.

Bri said...

KC Tenants are terrorists and thugs who should have been arrested for intimidation, threats and disturbing the peace.

Anonymous said...

Are you really going to celebrate KC Tenants raising $48,000? Laughable!

As for the landlords, there is no reason for loan forgiveness. If they borrow money, they have an obligation to pay for it.

Tab said...

F gofundme and the tenet mooches

Anonymous said...

L M F A O

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