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WATCH: #BaltimoreRiots live updates

WATCH: #BaltimoreRiots live updates

The riots rage on

Baltimore called in reinforcements after riots that began Saturday night continued to devastate the city. What began as a march over the death of Freddie Gray who passed away from a spinal chord injury while in police custody, rapidly descended into a violent riot.

So far, rioters have thrown rocks and bottles at cops, looted and set fire to a CVS pharmacy, and robbed a reporter. And, just like the Ferguson, Missouri protests, these riots include the anti-Israel mob.

To give you an idea of what’s going on there, this confrontation between rioters and local law enforcement sums it up pretty well:

#BREAKING: Demonstrators clash with police officers in #Baltimore. Watch LIVE VIDEO: abc15.com/live

Posted by ABC15 Arizona on Monday, April 27, 2015

The Baltimore Orioles game scheduled for this evening was postponed due to the unruly mob. The University of Maryland closed their Baltimore campus today because of local “activities.” Essentially, Baltimore is out of control.

Not to fear though, Al Sharpton is set to make an appearance.

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Talk about doing everything wrong… This is it. Had they followed Mayor Rudy’s rules of engagement, the whole affair probably would have been squelched by now.

Elect leaders who for the most part are products of affirmative action and this is what you get… CHAOS!!!

    Valerie in reply to GrumpyOne. | April 27, 2015 at 9:55 pm

    They blew it. They thought they could appeal to the thugs’ better angels. In my opinion, it was worth a try. Now we, and they, know: The racial makeup of the government is not the problem: criminals are the problem, and political nuts who enlist criminals, are also criminals.

Wow. Way cool. How do they keep score. I don’t really understand the game but there is a lot more action than baseball.

What country is this Baltimore in anyway? Wonder if they are going to try to get this sport into the Olympics. Beats table tennis.

This is called getting what you ask for: Her Honor prescribed “giving space to those who want to destroy”!

Hey you rioters! Washington D.C. is just around the corner, and that’s where you get change you can believe in. I suggest you start your demonstration at or near the White House.

Henry Hawkins | April 27, 2015 at 9:18 pm

Somebody needs to start cracking heads.

Isn’t it odd how much “Hope and Change” looks like “Riot and Loot”?

We always had a space for those who “want to destroy.”

Call me old fashioned, but I always thought that “space” was called prison.

But never mind. Maybe I’m just getting old.
Maybe the streets are the “new space”.

Whatever.

The Knockout Game has legs!

9thDistrictNeighbor | April 27, 2015 at 9:45 pm

It is a sick society that thinks violence is a spectator sport.

Maybe it’s really fall, and the Orioles just lost the World Series ….

It’s a shame they “protesters” couldn’t be bothered to organize when Freddie was selling drugs in the hood. It’s only when he died in police custody that they exhibit any outrage.

MouseTheLuckyDog | April 28, 2015 at 4:23 am

Perhaps that is because the reason for their outrage is that they lost a “connection”.

Given how the last few of these have proven to be based on utter… organic fertilizer of bovine origin, my money’s on the same here, with whatever broke the skel’s neck not being deliberate misconduct on the part of the police.

Big fail by the city government and police. It’s obvious that no planning for this was done. The mayor and police commissioner should have been planning beginning at least the day before for a riot. The governor should have been called, state police engaged, all the nuts and bolts put in place ready for the call to execute.

Cause they didn’t do that, the city’s people will pay the price. Just more frustration and hate for the cops to add to the pot.

One has to wonder if the theories of the late Professor Shockley of Stanford are correct. Seriously. Shockley truly deserved his Nobel … unlike some others …

Henry Hawkins | April 28, 2015 at 8:53 am

I got pissed at the expensive, crappy product I get from my cable company, so I sledgehammered my TV and burned down my house.

Problem solved, Baltimore style.

    Now the happy ending … the gubmint will rebuild and give you a brand new house for FREE. Isn’t that how it works?

      Sammy Finkelman in reply to walls. | April 28, 2015 at 5:08 pm

      Some “senior citizen” “affordable housing” being built by a church sponsored group, was destroyed. It was specially targeted.

Help trend #SpaceToDestroy, Baltimore’s Democrat Mayor, Stephanie Rawling Blake’s pro-riot statement to cast national spotlight on the recurring destructive consequences of Democrat Party’s social and economic policies.

Use hashtag #SpaceToDestroy #BaltimoreRiots

Sammy Finkelman | April 28, 2015 at 5:06 pm

Hat tip: Powerline Blog.

The Baltimore Orioles cancelled yesterday’s game and today’s. Tomorrow’s will be played in the daytime, and without live spectators.

In their series with the Tampa Bay Rays, set for May 1-3 in St. Petersburg, Fla., the Orioles will serve as the home team.

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