We notice that local dead-tree hacks are getting a great deal angrier as their subscriptions, ad revenue and influence fade.
Accordingly, this morning the newspaper seemingly celebrates a local small biz dude struggling with COVID.
Sadly and in a practice that's mostly rejected by decent people .. . The newspaper highlights the poor dude's political opinions . . . Which might or might not be relevant to someone struggling with illness . . . Depending on which illness and what opinions.
It's ghoulish writing that probably isn't the kind of "journalism" which inspires civic pride.
Nevertheless, what we notice is really macabre behavior from both mainstream media and some, but not all, progressives.
Sadly . . .
The COVID plague and partisan politics have inspired quite a few Kansas City denizens and leaders in national media to debase themselves and celebrate the sickness and sometimes death of their fellow Americans because of a divisive and mostly pointless culture war.
Something that should be highlighted . . .
While the gringos at The Star and some social media outlets are gloating over a victory which entails nothing more than a poor, small biz dude struggling to breathe in hospital . . . It's worth noting that very few if any Hispanic, Latino or immigrant advocates would dare highlight a COVID illness in order to further an agenda or debate border policy . . . It's a disgusting gambit wherein some of the worst white-middle-class "progressive" activists are betrayed by their ruthlessly aggressive motives which hunger for power above all else and far more than any cause/people or ideal which they falsely claim to champion.
Real talk . . . TKC is probably the most important Latino in Kansas City (since Tony Gonzalez moved) and despite our firmly held belief that Mexicans and the people of Central & South America are pretty cool . . . We hope this doughnut dude gets better given that would NEVER wish a painful bout with COVID on anybody regardless of political dispute. Also, this blog has consistently noted that masking and the American vaxx options are the best hope to end this horrific COVID plague.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link and maybe reconsider jumping that paywall where this kind of disgusting angle is thankfully hidden . . .
Anti-masker Marjain Breitenbach, who owns Doughboys Donuts KC in Raytown, made the news in August after customers complained about the sign in his store window that falsely blamed immigrants for spreading COVID-19: "Stop Importing COVID from Mexico Unmask Truth," it said.
Further reading . . .
by: Juan Cisneros Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri side of the Kansas City Metro Area has recorded the highest number of daily deaths according to the Mid-America Regional Council COVID-19 dashboard. The dashboard data shows 36 new deaths in region, 30 of which came from the Missouri side on September 1, 2021.
New data shows how many businesses in Kansas City are implementing COVID-19 protocols.Many cities are requiring their workers to get vaccinated or tested regularly. Private sectors guidelines are often less clear. The Kansas City Chamber of Commerce have shed a little bit of light on what local businesses are doing.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - When it comes to the pandemic, a local ICU nurse believes people outside the hospital walls don't have the same sense of urgency as those working in, in-patient. While FOX4 cameras are not allowed in due to COVID-19 protocols, we asked KU Health System to help us show people what they're experiencing.
GREENWOOD, Mo. - Family and friends are heartbroken over the loss of an Independence couple who died from COVID-19. Bryan and Amie Ladd died just days apart after battling the virus for weeks in the hospital. Family, friends and community members are coming together to support the couple's two teenage children.
Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began a year ago last spring, the National Football League and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have been involved in near-continuous negotiations regarding how the league should handle issues related to COVID-19.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The University of Kansas Health System has joined the list of employers who will require staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The requirement will include employees, volunteers, students, temporary workers or contractors and all KU Health System physicians working in Kansas City area facilities.
Developing . . .