Saturday, August 3, 2019

The Shame of Baltimore

Editors' note: "In the 1950s and early ’60s, Baltimore was booming," begins John Perazzo in his elegy and indictment of the ruin that the Democrats wrought. "In 1967, however, this prosperity began to vanish when the city government was taken over by a string of Democratic mayors."
The New Shame of the Cities, Perazzo's pamphlet for the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is a vital counterweight to the mendacious cries of racism that have descended on President Trump for daring to speak the truth about Baltimore and Rep. Elijah Cummings.
“Black congressman, majority-black district. ‘No human being would want to live there.’ Is he saying people that live in Baltimore are not human beings?” Chris Wallace blathered on FOX News.
As John Perazzo demonstrates, people don't want to live there. Not since the Democrat machine - that Rep. Cummings is part of - ruined Charm City.
"Today Baltimore’s population has declined to 622,000," Perazzo notes in The New Shame of the Cities. "As a result of Baltimore’s multiple social, economic, and educational problems, some 47,000 abandoned houses and 16,000 vacant buildings now stand like pulled teeth in Baltimore’s once vibrant but now depleted and depressed neighborhoods."
The victims of Baltimore's Democrat catastrophe invariably have been black people. Those are the same people whom President Trump stood up for when he took on Rep. Elijah Cummings and the other poverty pimps who have run Baltimore and other cities into the ground.
President Trump's tweets and John Perazzo's The New Shame of the Cities are both important indictments of the Democrats.
And that's why they inspire fear and anger from the Left.
Below, Frontpage is running the section on Baltimore in The New Shame of the Cities. To order the pamphlet, CLICK HERE.
Read the rest of the story HERE.

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