Fun Facts About Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

by Dave Blount | April 30, 2015 3:31 pm

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is not an easy person to take seriously, but her decision to give space to those “who wished to destroy” has at least made her interesting.

Her office says she was misunderstood regarding her alarming “space to destroy” remark. However, it has been revealed that she did order police to stand down so that the rioters could destroy her city:

Despite a firm denial by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, a senior law enforcement source charges that she gave an order for police to stand down as riots broke out Monday night, raising more questions about whether some of the violence and looting could have been prevented.

The source, who is involved in the enforcement efforts, confirmed to Fox News there was a direct order from the mayor to her police chief Monday night, effectively tying the hands of officers as they were pelted with rocks and bottles.

Asked directly if the mayor was the one who gave that order, the source said: “You are God damn right it was.”

To quote Ms. Rawlings-Blake: “Let them loot, it’s only property.”

She meant, “it’s only other people’s property” — and if she had any respect for that, she wouldn’t be a Democrat.

Stephanie appears to be taking orders directly from Obama’s top advisor (some would say supervisor). Valerie Jarrett has been in “regular contact” with her according to a White House spokesman.

Not just anybody gets orders from Obama’s babysitter. Rawlings-Blake has a leadership position in the DNC. From 2013:

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will become the secretary of the Democratic National Committee on Tuesday, giving her a prominent role in national politics.

The appointment, which has not been formally announced, will give Rawlings-Blake a voice in the party’s national political apparatus…

This might explain why a mayor is implementing national policy regarding encouraging blacks to riot, as the Obama Administration did more directly in the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown spectacles.

Stephanie was one of three members of the Panel of Mayors involved in “The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing (PDF),” a project intended to work toward the authoritarian objective of nationalizing local police. This is a prerequisite for transitioning from a soft to a hard tyranny, and goes a long way toward explaining the contrived and massively hyped crisis of “racist” police allegedly oppressing black criminals.

Community organized from the very top.

On tips from Rob E, ramrodd, Stormfax, Jodie, Petterssonp, Mr. Mentalo, and Henry. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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