The strongest progressive hipster politico in Kansas City suffers a momentary defeat by way of social media burnout.
Apparently, it's too difficult for this local power player to share his witty retorts and sardonic humor via mobile app . . . Especially when his bike lane agenda now conflicts with urban core neighborhood self-determination and it seems that locals from every demographic are quickly losing patience with amateur urban planners.
Don't worry . . .
We expect that he'll triumphantly return to the fray in the new year and earn accolades from his small clique of friends for espousing anti-police rhetoric along with devising fanciful development projects that never get off the ground . . .
Meanwhile other elected officials might focus on more mundane topics like reviewing constituent concerns from people outside of a closed craft beer circle of d-bags pretending that their meet-ups are as captivating as a Docker's commercial from the 90s.
For those who haven't seen it yet, here's his tweet kiss-off this weekend . . .
Developing . . .