Baltimore Peacekeeper Slams ‘Professional Protesters’ Stirring Hate and Violence in His Town

A local resident of Baltimore who has dedicated himself to peaceful protests told Glenn Beck that he is sick and tired of the “professional protesters” who have flooded into his city to stir trouble and instigate violence.

Munir Bahar says that many of those causing trouble in his city are outsiders who have come in to cause trouble.

Munir Bahar, founder of the 300 Men March movement that aims to act as a “neutral force” between police and the rioters amid the protests in Baltimore, slammed the “professional agitators and protesters” from out of town who he said are wreaking havoc on his city.

“Because they have certain political aims or what have you, they are hijacking the emotions of the mass majority of young folks in Baltimore that are involved, and sending them on to a negative path,” Bahar said on The Glenn Beck Program Wednesday. “We can just call them agitators. … We have professional protesters, and they’re not guiding these people in a positive direction.”

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Bahar said the agitators are “just arousing people’s anger” and are “using the deaths of these individuals” to further their own goals.

“When this happened to Freddie Gray, this was sort of an invite for people to come into this community [and say], ‘Let’s set up shop, and now this is going to be the new national post where we’re going to air all of our frustrations for everything wrong with our country and the government,’” Bahar remarked. “And that’s the sad part. This is about justice for Freddie Gray. This isn’t about what’s going on in the White House.”

There is far more to this interview at The Blaze.

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