Governor Parson on Kim Gardner: ‘When you get a rogue elected official, all kinds of bad things can happen in St. Louis’

The Missouri Governor called the show to discuss the plans and legislation to fix the city of Saint Louis.

The Annie Frey Show
July 15, 2020 - 3:43 pm

Governor Mike Parson said the McCloskeys had every right to stand on their property and protect their property.

The Missouri governor said it is very important for the state to understand what the Castle Doctrine is and how it works.

“When you get a rogue elected official anything can happen,” he said. Parson cannot come in and replace elected officials. He cannot enforce his executive power to make a change with Kim Gardner.

“If the system fails the everyday person then that is a big problem,” he said. “This has been going on a long time and the McCloskey’s brought it to the burner.”

Mike Pence and Governor Parson have a great relationship. He said the Vice President and the President are working with him to find ways to fix violent crime in St. Louis.