Kander Attacks Filibuster 'Tradition' After Buffalo N.Y. Massacre

In the aftermath of a horrific American deadly mass shooting . . . Once again, we remind our readers that the REAL debate isn't about racism or, god forbid, public safety . . . 


Accordingly, we share this recent hot take from Jason Kander . . . Kansas City's top ranking Democratic Party talker and beloved political denizen . . .

We understand the tweet argument . . . But it's uncertain if slap fighting over procedural rules really speaks to the concerns of families coping with horrific loss or Americans rightfully concerned for their safety.

Our right-wing friends might argue . . . 

Democrats used filibuster 327 times, compared to only once by GOP in 2020: Report

More importantly . . . 

This political discourse surrounding this horrific slaughter merits more consideration as Kansas City and the nation confront the "traditional" threat of increased violence amid warmer weather. 

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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You decide . . .