First and foremost, this blog thinks that ANYBODY who gets off the sofa and into the streets to participate in their community deserves the benefit of the doubt.
However . . .
Whilst the numbers are encouraging . . . They do not represent a groundswell of support, just a lot of friends and family who are banding together to fight what they consider an injustice.
There is some interest from Missouri Republicans but they also need support to keep a spot on the Senate.
Accordingly . . . Here's today's campaign speech that offers a modicum of help . . .
And more to the point . . .
HAS RAE'S UNWITTINGLY SACRIFICED THEIR BIZ IN A LOSING PANDEMIC CULTURE WAR FIGHT THAT'S JUST ANOTHER CAMPAIGN TALKING POINT?!?
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One day after a Jackson County judge issued an order for Rae's Cafe in Blue Springs to close, over a hundred people gathered outside the restaurant to show support for the owner. "We all need government, we all need police, because if somebody is robbing you, who are you calling?
BLUE SPRINGS, MO (KCTV) --- The battle over the future of Rae's Café will be in court on Monday morning. A remote hearing will be held before Judge James F. Kanatzar in Division 5 at 10 a.m. on Sept. 13. Court documents state that the defendants will seek to dissolve the temporary restraining order filed granted on Friday.
You decide . . .