Four Voices of Reason Within The Baltimore Riots

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Monday night, Baltimore saw destruction and chaos rarely seen in major cities. While many thugs and hooligans were busy setting fires and stabbing firehoses, there were some people who were standing for reason against the riots. We want to salute the following.

The man calling for discussion:

 

The Baltimore Pastor calling for peace:

 

This old soldier calling for respect:

 

This mother calling for discipline:

 

Hailing from Austin, Texas, Brandon Morse has been writing about politics and culture across many websites for the last six years, with a heavy emphasis on anti-authoritarianism. Aside from writing articles, he is also known for voice acting and authoring scripts. He is an avid gamer, dog person, and has a bad habit of making vague references to things no one has heard about or seen. Follow him at @TheBrandonMorse on Twitter.

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