Hey KUT! It’s not that difficult, really! I showed you this before the election, remember.
(Did I show these to KUT well before the election? What do you think?)
An awful lot of people parroted the same talking points supported by your cards (i.e. the large print) in your ‘explainer’ article and ignored statements from uber and lyft to the contrary (only stated as “The companies say they cannot operate […]” in the small text).
What do I mean?
Here’s one example of your explanation of what a yes/no vote would mean:
Note that both side of the card start with Uber and lyft (will/must). Meaning that surely KUT meant to tell their readers/listeners that if they voted NO to the proposition, that uber and lyft would do some things that we wanted them to do while continuing to offer rides here, right?
Huh. Here we are immediately after the election, and what happened?
But wait. That can’t be right! Let’s look at KUT’s card again. Maybe we read it wrong.
Wait, it still seems to say that if we voted NO, Uber and lyft drivers would be forced to do the things that we want.
Wha’ happen, KUT?