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  • Baltimore Mayor Snaps At Fox News Reporter for Asking Questions

    Earlier this month, Fox News Reporter Leland Vittert was pushed and shoved by Al Sharpton while the intrepid reporter was attempting to ask Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake questions.

    Rawlings-Blake and Vittert got into another altercation, and this time Weird Al Sharpton wasn’t around to play lead blocker for the mayor.

    Mayor Rawlings-Blake was fielding questions at a news conference Wednesday about the massive amounts of violence in Baltimore when Vittert started his query.

    “Is that because the police are doing less?” Vittert asked, referencing a report that Baltimore police have made half as many arrest through the month of May as they did during the same time last year.

    “As I said before, there are a lot of reasons why,” Mayor Rawlings-Blake said to Vittert.

    “So is that one of them?” Vittert quickly asked. “Arrests are down 50 percent.”

    Someone off camera could be heard asking Vittert “could you please let her finish?”

    And that when Mayor Rawlings-Blake went off the rails.

    “I’m not sure what you’re doing,” she said. “This is a very orderly press conference. . . your tactics are.

    “I’m just asking a question,” Vittert said.”

    “You’re not,” the mayor sharply replied. “You’re being rude, just as you were before. So if you’d like to ask a question and give me an opportunity to answer it, we can do this. Otherwise, I’ll end the conference.”

    This woman is a complete idiot. Hard questions are the least of her worries. The city of Baltimore is crumbling at a faster rate under her watch than it did before she allowed thugs and hoodlums to literally burn down that city.

    It’s entitled, left-wing dummies like Stephanie Rawlings-Blake that are destroying America’s urban cities.

    What a joke.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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