Call for Baltimore Mayor to Resign Gains Steam on Social Media

Judicial Watch

The Baltimore riots are occurring in the face of failed political and police leadership and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake should resign, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton writes in a social media posting that is being echoed by dozens nationwide.

In the Twitter posting Fitton links a disturbing local newspaper report with graphic photos of a burning car, police clad in riot gear and masked looters. “Violence and looting overtook much of West Baltimore on Monday, injuring more than a dozen police officers and leaving buildings and vehicles in flames,” the article opens. “As night fell, looters took to Mondawmin Mall and a Save-A-Lot and Rite Aid in Bolton Hill, loading up cars with stolen goods. About 10 fire crews battled a three-alarm fire at a large senior center under construction at Chester and Gay streets, as police officers stood guard with long guns. About 10 p.m., police confirmed shots were fired at an officer in the area of Virginia Avenue and Reisterstown Road in Northwest Baltimore.”

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Islamic State Terrorists Populating Italy and EU

Family Security Matters

When the Islamic State says they will populate Immigrant boats leaving Libya and Tunisia for Rome what does the Italian government do, they decriminalize illegal immigration.

On January 21, 2014 the Italian Senate decriminalized illegal immigration by a vote of 182 votes in favor, 16 against, and 7 abstentions opening the flood gates for unaccountable, unskilled, African, and Middle Eastern refugees and ISIS terrorists.

The UN reports, “In the first seven months of 2014, more than 87,000 people arrived in Italy by sea, mainly from Eritrea and the Syrian Arab Republic (Syria). In an effort to reduce the risks linked to such journeys, in October 2013 the Italian Government launched the Mare Nostrum operation, which has rescued more than 100,000 people.”

Now in 2015 Muslim Jihadi’s see a green light for Islamic expansionism into the European Union and the Holy See.

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