Baltimore Residents Demolish Liberal Narrative, Agree With Trump

  • 2019-08-08
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
 
A reporter traveled to Baltimore recently to ask residents what they think about President Trump's comments and the left's narrative surrounding those comments.

The residents disprove the left's narrative while agreeing with Trump and heckling Al Sharpton in the video.

According to The Daily Wire:

On Monday, street reporter Austen Fletcher, a.k.a “Fleccas,” released about ten minutes of footage of West Baltimore residents talking about the conditions of the area and how they felt about President Donald Trump's recent comments concerning West Baltimore — which the mainstream media and many top Democrats framed as racist.

The residents told a grim story about the decline of the area they love, plagued by crime and murder, and said Trump was right in his assessmen even if, as one female put it, she's still “Team Obama.”

Fleccas also highlighted another inconsistency within the mainstream narrative. When controversial activist Rev. Al Sharpton popped up in West Baltimore following Trump’s comments, residents heckled the political figure, calling him a “phony” and a “hustler” and asking why he only comes around during politically opportune times.

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“He allocated $4.6 billion for illegal immigrants but he hasn’t donated any money right for North Avenue ... West Baltimore. Where has he been at? It’s drug-infested, it’s homeless people right there in West Baltimore—— two blocks from his district. He don’t come there everyday. I haven’t seen Elijah Cummings in ten years ride up and down North Avenue,” one of the men said, noting that the last time he was around was following the death of Freddie Gray, which was quickly politicized.


It is clear that the resident's of Baltimore have lost faith in their elected leaders. However, it looks like they are welcoming President Trump drawing attention to the issue.

Hopefully, something can be done to revitalize one of America's historic cities.

 Source: TTN

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