Woman Who Filmed Baltimore Trash Videos Now Being Harassed by LeftistsBy Steve Watson
Jul. 29, 2019
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The woman who posted several videos of filth and trash strewn all over streets and gardens in Baltimore, proving President Trump right when he said the city is a mess, is now being harassed and hounded by leftists for daring to break their 'Orange man bad' narrative.
Kimberly Klacik filmed the rubbish because she was asked for help to remove it by residents.
But no one actually cares about the real problem, they just have a pathological need to disagree with the President about everything.
Stressful 24 hours. I've received countless emails, calls & text claiming my "hit piece" is on the way. If this is the Left's attempt to silence me, it only makes me want to fight harder for what is right. Intimidating a black woman just for speaking out? Actual racism.
Klacik also suspects that people are trying to hack her account.
Someone is trying hard to hack my social media accounts. If you don't think I would say it, or post it, there is a 100% chance I did not. pic.twitter.com/AoY2rN5LWr
She is refusing to stop:
Back to work…
Here are her original videos:
It is so sad to see @VictorBlackwell & @CNN turn the light currently shining on #WestBaltimore into a race issue. This could result in a positive change. @RepCummings could help get his district in order. Listen to one of his constituents explain the "rats & rodents" problem. pic.twitter.com/LTG8AnT27x
He claims to care about children & their future, however in West Baltimore you will find abandoned homes on every block. Many filled with trash, rodents & homeless looking for shelter. Children live on these streets seen here. This district belongs to @RepCummings. More to come.. pic.twitter.com/8z7tfIHU0q
Let's walk through a typical abandoned row house in West Baltimore. You will find at least one of these on every street. According to residents, there is an uptick in homeless thanks to the increase in drug inventory post 2015 riots. This is @RepCummings district, more to come… pic.twitter.com/KOu87Mqlys