Baltimore Republican shows trash filled Baltimore with abandoned row homes


President Donald Trump targeted Rep. Elijah Cummings and referred to his district as a rodent infested dump this week, sparking a Twitter battle of wits and the hashtag #BaltimorePride to trend. While those two one-upped each other with posts, there was someone else who went into the heart of Baltimore to show people what it really looks like.
That was Baltimore Republican Kimberky Klacik who recorded video of trashed neighborhoods and interviewed real residents to get their point of view. Needless to say, the people in the video are not happy with the direction their city has gone. At one point, they criticized the fact that a local college is well kept while it's next to neighborhoods that are a disaster.
In one of Klacik's posts, she wrote: "In this video, @RepCummings
 constituents explain how clean Coppin State University is kept, while their neighborhood is used as a dumping ground. I was told if trash was not in marked green cans, the city refused to remove it. More abandoned row houses.  #WestBaltimore"
Another post, she wrote "More trash. More concerned residents. People live in the home with the silver van. This is @RepCummings
 district. This has nothing to do with race. Let us all pray the city removes the trash & install cameras to catch the individuals dumping on the property. #WestBaltimore"
President Donald Trump also retweeted Kimberly Klacik's video to emphasize his point about Cummings' district being poverty-stricken.