Not Strong Enough

28 06 2017

Jefferson City

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NAACP, opponents protest Missouri discrimination bill

Missouri members of the NAACP and others are rallying against legislation to make it more difficult to sue for discrimination.

Roughly 40 people protested Tuesday at the Capitol and taped opposition notes outside Gov. Eric Greitens’ office. The bill is pending on Greitens’ desk. The Republican governor has not said if he’ll allow the bill to become law or veto it.

In part because of the bill, the state NAACP issued an advisory telling travelers to be careful while in the state because of a danger that civil rights won’t be respected.

That travel advisory is not strong enough.  It should indicate that the whole state of Missouri is a dystopian hellhole for black people.  People in South Carolina are still wishing that the NAACP boycott of their state still existed.

What the NAACP is really grinding over is that since the bill would make it more difficult even to file some discrimination lawsuits, this means the NAACP-LDF won’t be able to submit billable hours to the state.

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28 06 2017
Joshua Sinistar (@Joshua06716)

Monkeys cannot do Math. They So Stupid. Deys outta money fool.

11 08 2017
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