Rat-Infested Baltimore Update: Woman Carrying 5-Week-Old Son Beaten and Robbed, Elderly Man Beaten and Robbed, Deputy Police Commish Robbed at Gunpoint


Ain’t that a kick in the head?

Less than two days since President Trump referred to Rep. Elijah Cummings’ congressional district as a “rat and rodent infested mess, the Commander-in-Chief has been branded a racist.”

But now comes time for the rhetorical question: Is it racist to tell the truth?

Whether Rep. Cummings is culpable, at least partially, for the state of affairs in The Heroin Capital of America is certainly up for debate. But nonetheless, the crime and poverty in Baltimore are factual, not opinion.

Case in point, here are just a few headline links originating from Charm City (via WJZ-TV (CBS affiliate, Baltimore) during the past few days;

In spite of both Maryland and Baltimore having some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the nation (ostensibly to fight crime), the Breitbart.com news portal recently noted;

Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis.

In February, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis sharply criticized Baltimore’s city officials by stating he would not comply if Maryland lawmakers passed a bill regarding long gun licensing and confiscation.

“Law-abiding citizens are repeatedly being penalized because of Baltimore City’s inability to control their crime. And I’m sorry — I’m not someone’s puppet,” Lewis said.

“We’re gonna let them know that we are sick and tired of being penalized for Baltimore City’s inability to control crime. If these bills pass, we will not comply,” he concluded.
















One thought on “Rat-Infested Baltimore Update: Woman Carrying 5-Week-Old Son Beaten and Robbed, Elderly Man Beaten and Robbed, Deputy Police Commish Robbed at Gunpoint

  1. The oft-repeated phrase ‘in spite of strict gun laws…’ is usually followed by high crime stats. It is NOT in spite of those laws, but it is the logical CONSEQUENCE of said laws, that crime runs rampant.

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