Sunday, January 10, 2021

Show-Me Kansas City Activist Clay Chastain In Defense Of Missouri Senator Hawley

For our early morning readers an in hopes of providing balance to the local news scene, we share a word with a longtime denizen of the discourse and the only person to ever win a KCMO citywide fixed rail election.

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Clay Chastain: The Kansas City Star, not Senator Josh Hawley, needs to resign over it's lack of "conscience"

Like many scavenging democrats, KC's fading inconsequential newspaper is also out to harm someone and exploit a tragedy.

Because 40% of America's voters feel the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent;
because attorney general's from numerous states supported the Texas lawsuit trying to overturn the fraudulent election; and because most courts (including the SCOTUS) refused to hear any evidence the election was fraudulent (too hot a potato), Senator Hawley felt justified in demanding that evidence be heard, and available to the public, when Congress met to approve the Electoral College votes. And, it is not Hawley's fault a mob stormed the Capitol. That mob, and that mob only, is responsible for it's collective crime. The pious-acting are always trying to bring down others over anything bad that happens.

Yet, the hypocritical leftist Star (acting like a raving mob itself) wrote a scathing monstrous editorial demanding Hawley resign or be removed. This mean pretentious display of self righteousness from a feeble distrusted newspaper that has this track record:

(1) admitted it had, "disenfranchised, ignored and scorned generations of black people",
(2) schemed to secure millions of dollars of taxpayer money to build its own flashy downtown printing palace;
(3) abetted City Hall in its policy of "disenfranchising, ignoring and scorning" numerous valid petitions from the people;
(4) encouraged tax abated glitzy projects for the elite and wealthy developers while letting the City's poor eat cake;
(5) acquiesced while City Hall overturned the stated will of 75,000 voters who voted for a light rail petition in 2006;
(6) advocated dumb insensitive policies (over decades) that culminated in Kansas City becoming one of the most violent, high taxed, school-poor and unattractive (to live) cities in America; and that
(7) unconscionably tried to smear the reputation of a long time activist bucking the establishment to improve Kansas City.

Where was the Star's "conscience" when it hatched all that foulness while purporting to be KC's, "paper for the people"?  

We should admire - not scorn - brave and sincere representatives like Senator Hawley. He tried to invoke open public debate since his constituent's had serious concerns about the integrity of the 2020 election.  He seeks to call out and rein in America's censoring social media giants who now fashion themselves as our thought police. And no one doubts Big Tech and its liberal cohorts - the biased MSM - have done their part to anger, divide, misinform and manipulate the American people.

The Star, which once resided in a big taxpayer-subsidized glass house, has cast stones without "conscience".

Kansas City community activist, Clay Chastain

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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Most people are trying to get off the Trumptanic. Clay's trying to jump on. Weird.

Anonymous said...

One more traitorous, cop-murdering, looting, insurrectionist MAGAT to drop into Leavenworth ASAP! LOCK THEM UP!

Anonymous said...

Clay, Clay, go away,
find some other place to play.

Anonymous said...


We all defend and support Josh Hawley. The capitol was stormed by ANTIFA very few MAGA supporters were in there and the ones who were in there were not violent. Was there some special opps people in there too????? Pelosi's laptop is missing. Don't you just love the way the radical left gas-lights? How about that ANTIFA guy who had the MAGA hat on to shift the blame on MAGA supporters of the crime. Nice try lefty sicko's. Not this time.

Anonymous said...

And yet we all do not support Josh Hawley and, as the arrests of the participants in Wednesday's insurrection are proving beyond a shadow of doubt, none of the participants were Antifa. Weirdo.

Cheryl Rader said...

Josh Hawley contributed to the insurrection by saluting the rioting seditious mob in camaraderie. That picture will haunt his future ambitious political climb. His ambition has gotten the best of him.

Anonymous said...

Great, another loser(Chastain) supports an ever bigger loser (Hawley). How nice. Hawley is a treasonous puke. If you support him, you are too.

Anonymous said...

I am proud to have Hawley as my senator. He will win easily next time around.

Hyperblogal said...

I'm sure there were at least 3 people waiting for Chastain's opinion; although that may be too high.

The Real News.....Not The MSM Bullshit said...

@Cheryl Rader and you other haters here, no you are wrong and if you think Hawley is guilty of anything then so is Lucas as we all saw in a picture doing the same thing. Hawley wasn't at the head of the crowd urging them on as Lucas was. Your lame attempts at discrediting a man will back fire in your faces as the American people can see the truth and the repercussions of all that has taken place here in the past few weeks will come to a head on down the line.

Anonymous said...

And yet Hawley, America's youngest Nazi senator, has discredited himself with his Nazi salute. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^11:27's point well proven. Weird

Anonymous said...

And yet Hawley went from hero to zero in less than eight hours. Weird. Even Peggy Noonan called out him and Cruz for special mention in the weekend WSJ.

NicK said...

thanks for showing how big of a piece of shit you are carpetbagger

Anonymous said...

I would still vote for Trump over Biden and Harris; I would vote for Hawley again and I would vote for Chastain for ANYTHING he decided to run for. And my vote counts just as much as yours and i will never agree that this election was fair. Weird!

Mo Rage said...


Geeminy God. Clay, Mr. Chastain, for the love of God, other than maybe your mom, no one publicly needs your opinion.

At long, long last, go away.

Please go away.

Anonymous said...

This guy is intellectually equal to anal warts.
Goddam, enough already!!

Signed, a former supporter.

Sjr said...

Gaslit MSM. This was easy to plan and easy to incite. All it takes is a few participants to create the circumstances that allowed these events to occur. All Hawley (himself) did was give a forward show of support to peaceful protestors that were there execising their first amendment rights. This is an American right and value. He did NOT support the intrusion inside the capitol and condemned it later that day. Thats why its important to get the true entire picture, not just the gaslit moment out of context. They MSM are experts on that tactic. Many Americans still feel strongly and with certainty that the election was full of fraud and accountability unallowed to be heard in the courts. Citizens asking for justice were met with more infiltration, gaslighting, hypocrisy and lack of reconciliation. This Country has hell to pay before its all over and it probably won't be over anytime soon until and if the Country ceases to be. My hope for the future of America.

Sjr said...

He wasn't saluting infiltration of the capitol. He was showing support for any of the peaceful demonstrators there peacefully assembled. Sad how the MSM has made an expert career now at manipulating good people into believing and villanizing people for innocent behavior by conjecture and falsehoods all by gaslighting. The agenda to this was and is premeditated and clear. In future your integrity will be served by getting the "entire" true picture. I would not want people that simply jump to the quick desired conclusion all by gaslighting to judge me in circumstance. Amazing people are so easy to manipulate.

Sjr said...

Im a supporter of truth, as opposed to conjecture circumstance and MSM gaslighting. Get the true picture of what he was simply doing and whom he was doing it to and you may choose to offer a retraction or apology for jumping to a simplistic conclusion even if you were subject to manipulation. It doesn't take much to affect some people.

Sjr said...

Thats not a Nazi salute. Otherwise every sporting event and show of togetherness at about any unifying event would be considered the same

Sjr said...

Yes. Its beyond unfortunate and simple to carry out in these massive events. I am constantly amazed how gaslighting can work so effectively but many people are prone to gullibility. Others just looking to villunize. There's an bigger agenda here. Remember, Hawley and Cruz are after FB and Twitter in the senate hearings. Zuckerberg and Dorsey are desperate to get them gone before they hold them accountable. I always am amazed how few people can extrapolate the bigger picture agendas