Skip to comments.KCPD: Woman pushing a baby in a stroller dead after shooting at eastside gas station
Posted on 07/22/2020 5:34:46 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) Police in Kansas City are investigating the citys latest homicide after a woman died after being shot outside of a gas station on the citys east side.
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She was pushing the dead baby in a stroller because she was trying to take it somewhere?
So was she dead and still pushing the stroller?
She got the COVID
Cut down in the prime of life by the COVID.
It’s the new cancer.
Sorry but because I know how stories like this can turn into just making fun of the headline, I have to say that I got the headline immediately.
Just keeping it real.
Witness “Latesha” telling us all about it. Hmm....
....it will fall under the umbrella of “Covid-19 Deaths.”
No, but in the same news edition I found this article headline for something that happened in Wilmington NC:
“A woman walking her dog in a North Carolina neighborhood found a crying newborn inside of a trash can.”
Folks we have gotten to the point where those who adhere to the morals of the original settlers of this nation need to remove those who do not from the nation either by volunteer leaving or by force. We are allowing our country to degenerate into a bunch of savages. This is NOT what I wish to leave to my descendants.
Gotten to the point? That headline wouldnt have been unheard of 50 years ago.
“KCPD: Woman pushing a baby in a stroller dead after shooting at eastside gas station”
The time has come! Zombies!
I remember those “dead baby” jokes from sixty years ago. Also the “burning ducks” jokes.
Woman, pushing a baby stroller, dead after shooting at eastside gas station.
No, she was dead and pushing the stroller.
The Walking Perambulatress.
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