Welcome to life in 65 percent black Baltimore, where programs designed to convince blacks to put their guns down have failed.
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A city where the black state's attorney proudly transitioned her three-ring circus act in city hall to the UniverSoul Circus as a guest ringmaster.
A city where the same black state's attorney has been caught "favoriting" tweets sent to her on Twitter with a clear anti-cop and anti-white message (in 140 characters or less!). [Marilyn Mosby Sticks To Twitter Hack Claim, Says She Does Not Endorse Anti-Cop, Anti-White Tweets, Daily Caller, 5-29-15]:
Despite growing skepticism that her personal Twitter account was hacked by someone who randomly “favorited” two controversial tweets, the of Baltimore City state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby is sticking to its story.
“She said she did not favorite those, so she took the necessary measures to make sure her account is secure,” Mosby spokeswoman Rochelle Ritchie told The Daily Caller on Friday.
On Wednesday, TheDC reported that Mosby seemingly favorited two May 6 tweets from her personal Twitter account. One tweet called the officers charged in the Freddie Gray case “those 6 THUG cops.” The other tweet praised Mosby’s handling of the case and asserted that she “INFURIATES a certain kind of white person.”
Favoriting the tweets was seen as another example of Mosby’s bias against the charged cops, her critics argued. Mosby has been slammed by some observers for injecting activist rhetoric into the case.
After TheDC’s report, Fox’s Megyn Kelly reported that Mosby claimed she did not favorite the tweets and instead that her account was hacked.
Mosby has no solid evidence that her account was hacked, and she has been able to access her account without a hitch. She apparently assumed that a hack occurred because the tweets had been favorited and also because the Baltimore City state’s attorney Twitter account was hacked last week.
“We don’t know exactly when the account was hacked,” Ritchie told TheDC of Mosby’s personal account.
Mosby sent a tweet on May 23 from her personal account stating that the official account had been hacked. No mention was made at the time that her personal account was breached.