As always, we want to help our blog community unpack this slap fight . . .
Kudos to Missouri Senator Greg Razer . . .
His Super Minority Party status give him almost ZERO influence in Jeff City and his work on behalf of Kansas City, Missouri could be documented on the back of a matchbook.
HOWEVER . . .
Stirring outrage over something as inconsequential as a historical exhibit is a worthwhile
poseur POWER MOVE which has drawn attention and, likely MUCH MORE IMPORTANTLY, donations from across the nation.
Here's more explanation of the kerfuffle over what's really nothing more than rage pr0n that helps the easily angered and gullible empty their wallets despite the political reality that culture war tactics haven't helped the Missouri Democratic Party advance the goals of their constituents . . .
“Governor Parson’s office became aware of the display after receiving several complaints regarding the display. The Department of Natural Resources manages the Museum and state statute requires the Department to coordinate activities relating to the Museum with the Board of Public Buildings. The statutorily mandated process was not followed in this instance, thereby, causing the Department of Natural Resources to remove the display,” Jones said in a statement.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
An exhibit documenting the history of LGBT rights was removed from Missouri's state Capitol after officials received complaints about it. Missouri state Sen. Greg Razer (D), who is openly gay, tweeted on Thursday that the exhibit had been in the Missouri State Museum for just four days before it was removed.
Update . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A gay-rights exhibit that was removed from the Missouri State Capitol after the governor's office received several complaints has found a new home. The Department of Natural Resources announced Friday that the exhibit would be displayed in the Lohman Building at Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, beginning Saturday.