Baltimore Mayor Pledges 60 Taxpayer-Funded Buses To Drive Students To D.C. Gun Protest

Kevin Rector, a crime reporter for the Baltimore Sun Newspaper, recorded Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh on Tuesday outside City Hall, shouting through a bullhorn to several hundred zombified students, of how she wants to provide 60 taxpayer-funded buses - to send more than 3,000 students to the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., scheduled for March 24.

“We are providing at least 60 buses so that our students from our city can take their voices to Washington D.C. so that they can hear what we have to say,” Pugh said while standing next to the new Baltimore City Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa. “We believe as you believe, that there should be no guns…”

Earlier in the day, hundreds of Baltimore school students walked out of their classrooms onto the most dangerous streets in America, where the per capita homicide rate is on par with Venezuela, a country that is currently experiencing economic collapse.

We ask the question: Why haven’t city students protested Baltimore’s out of control murders?

The students wanted their voices heard and politicians to act regarding gun violence in schools, said WBAL Radio. The walkout is in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left seventeen people killed and seventeen more wounded, making it one of the world’s deadliest school massacres.

“We’re trying to stop gun violence trickling down to the youth. We see gun violence not just in schools, but all over Baltimore City, and we think it really needs to stop because it’s affecting the youth a lot. So we’re here to say something because we’re not going to be silenced,” said Amee Rothman, a student organizer.

“We all need to come together and protest, so that something can change,” said Talia Jackson, a student. “I’m marching today because I think what is happening is unacceptable and it’s very disturbing.”

City students had no issue leaving their classrooms and walking over to City Hall. Along the way, students passed strip clubs, homeless encampments, and methadone clinics. Nevertheless, since those things are typical in Baltimore, the students blindly passed some of the real issues that are leading Maryland’s largest city towards a collapse.

Students came well prepared. Rector, who was videotaping the underage group, said the students were chanting “This Is What Democracy Looks Like!

Where have we heard that before?

Well, that phrase is part of a pool of chants that are generally shouted at Soros-funded rallies. It is still unclear who funded the student walkout, but for one thing, the school system and Mayor’s office were well informed that these students were going to walk out. Marches like these take a great deal of city planning through various government entities — regarding permits and coordination with law enforcement. To sum up, this was not a spontaneous walkout by students, it was well planned and organized through community groups working with city officials. That is undeniable…

It is rumored that protesting will be added to Baltimore City Schools’ curriculum next semester.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham blasts Baltimore Mayor for her decision to send 60 buses of 3,000 students to an anti-gun protest in DC on the taxpayer’s money. Throughout the interview, Ingraham confirms our thoughts of how Baltimore is on the verge of imploding, but it is evident, the mayor has other priorities...