Beck to Baltimore: 'The Way to Make People Care Is to Not Burn Your City Down'
In the wake of the Freddie Gray mistrial, the people of Baltimore should not engage in violent protests like some did earlier this year, Glenn Beck said on "The Kelly File" tonight.
"The way to make people care is to not burn your city down," Beck said. "That's not a way to make people care about things."
Beck said that the citizens of Baltimore have reason to be upset, because they've been railroaded by progressive policies, much like the cities of Chicago and Detroit.
"The job of people who really want justice is to strengthen the justice system, not weaken it, to strengthen the community ties, not weaken them."
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