'Terror Attack Every Day': Baltimore Dem Calls for Bipartisan Solutions to City Violence
A Democratic state delegate said the city needs to work with state and national leaders of both parties to craft a bipartisan solution to Baltimore's troubling crime rate.
Delegate Curt Anderson of northeast Baltimore said there is a murder a day in the Charm City, and that "things are not going the way we want them to go."
He said that, although most Republicans have left the city in recent decades, there must be bipartisan cooperation in order to fix its violence problem.
One way to help the situation, Anderson said, is to fund computers in police cars - an accessory most American departments already have.
Anderson said Baltimore's leaders, like Mayor Catherine Pugh (D), must work with Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.) and President Trump on this matter.
"We're having terrorist attacks in Baltimore city every day," Anderson said.
Tucker Carlson said Baltimore's poverty rate is ten percent above the national average and its murder rate is barely below that of Venezuela.
Watch the clip above.