Sunday, December 03, 2017 by Thomas Dishaw
Like most big cities Baltimore, Maryland is plagued by incompetent leadership. Catherine Pugh is an amateur to put it fairly, and she has no business holding an elected office. Her most significant accomplishment to date is removing hundred-year-old statues to satisfy the vicious hunger of social justice vultures. In the meantime, Baltimore, the city she was elected to lead has succumbed to a cesspool of criminals, and it has fallen victim to a murder rate that makes Chicago look safe.
The Baltimore Police Department, which once took an oath to serve and protect the public, has morphed into its own criminal enterprise, specializing in murders, shakedowns, and brazen cocaine deals with the Philadelphia Police Department.
If your vice is drugs or prostitution, Baltimore may be the city for you. Baltimore is known as the Heroin capital of the United States where junkies can easily acquire raw heroin to inject or sniff. If needles aren’t your thing, the opioid crisis has reached epidemic proportions as pill popping is as popular as the Ravens Football team.
If you happen to live in Baltimore, or any other urban war zone for that matter, I would encourage you to explore other options. As the world continues to slowly spiral out of control, big cities like Baltimore will only continue to become the most dangerous places on the planet. Recent studies have revealed that living in a big city can increase your risk for cancer, making the decision all the more apparent.
If the warnings above still aren’t enough to convince you, below are 25 reasons you should evacuate Baltimore immediately and move to a safer, more friendly area.
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