We are all familiar with the problems plaguing the City of Baltimore. They were widely discussed during the Freddy Gray case, but since forgotten by most, and unresolved for the many. I think it's important to carefully examine who has been in charge, and what steps have been taken to address crime, violence and abject poverty in our cities. The people and policies are all very much the same. It has long been my opinion that these problems are not an 'accident'. They are the result of unspoken political agendas that keep certain populations underserved and dependent upon the government in order to preserve the power, position and privilege of the leaders. They pretend to fight for their constituents, but act to assure their dependence and subjugation.
Baltimore is the quintessential urban Democrat-astrophe.