Kansas Reflector Prog Blog Op/Ed Decries Republican ‘Deadbeats’ & Former Prez Trump

We changed our minds about the Kansas Reflector. 

We used to think that it was useless and nothing more than a vanity project for Democratic Party donors. 

Okay, that's probably still the case . . . BUT, it serves as a great model for donation based "journalism" and how the strategy isn't really sustainable for anything but a skeleton crew of hacks and doesn't contribute much to the discourse. 

For instance . . . A recent amateur/donor screed might be one of the silliest things posted about Kansas politics and doesn't offer much in the way of advancing the conversation outside of typical social media name-calling.

This isn't journalism, it's not even good blogging . . . It's a paid political tract and a reference point for reasonable distrust in online content . . .

"Those selfish narcissistic Republicans should have called themselves hypocrites because they greedily pushed for and received millions of dollars in debt forgiveness stemming from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in connection with COVID-related funding . . . I should mention that traitorous fake former president Donald Trump throughout his business career filed six bankruptcies and has a current debt of at least $1.3 billion (that’s billion with a b) that remains unpaid."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Rich white business owners, not Blacks who graduate college, are the deadbeats - Kansas Reflector

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