Baltimore Sun Slams Trump Supporters For Cleaning Up 12 Tons Of Trash In West BaltimoreChris Menahan
Aug. 09, 2019
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The Baltimore Sun editorial board slammed a group of Trump supporters who cleaned up 12 tons of trash in Rep Elijah Cummings' district earlier this week because their actions reinforced "the tired image of our failing urban cores" and the notion that "poor people" can't "take care of their own neighborhoods."
From Baltimore Sun, "We assume it was pure motives that led a Trump supporter to launch a cleanup in Cummings’ district, right?":
Whatever he says his motives were, Mr. Presler’s presence in Baltimore reinforces the tired image of our failing urban cores. That the poor people in this dilapidated city can’t take care of their own neighborhoods and all the public officials around them have failed as well. The bureaucratic, all-talk Democrats strike again. If a crowd of volunteers could clean up 12 tons of trash in 12 hours, how incompetent and helpless must Baltimoreans be if they can’t manage it in decades, right?How dare you evil bigots take away drug dealers' stash hiding spots!? Have you no shame???
The Sun went on to demand Presler and everyone involved come back every month to clean the place (which only gets dirty because of a lack of federal funds!):
We also hope Mr. Presler keeps his promise to return to Baltimore once a month. It would definitely give his motives more credibility. It might also give him better perspective about the city’s problems than any single visit can provide. Maybe it could even lead him and his followers to advocate for federal housing, health care, transportation, education, criminal justice, civil rights and anti-poverty policies aimed at urban communities.Here's some more scenes from the event:
Why doesn't the Baltimore Sun and their parent company Tribune Publishing use some of their billions of dollars to organize an event like this instead of using their power and influence to attack those who are actually on the streets getting things done?
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