Pro-Trump activist brilliantly organizes trash clean up day in Baltimore – wear MAGA hats!

A conservative activist just threw down a challenge to liberals who are up in arms about President Trump’s recent remarks about Baltimore.

As Democrats and the talking heads on the left continue their bashing of the president as a racist for stating the obvious on the shameful conditions in Rep. Elijah Cummings’ Maryland district, one Trump supporter is taking action — and challenging the critics to join him.

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Scott Presler, a gay Republican from Virginia Beach, announced a trash clean-up day in Baltimore as a way to push back on the anti-Trump rhetoric, calling on volunteers to join the effort.

“This is what America is all about. The community coming together,” he tweeted, adding that he has been overwhelmed with responses to next week’s planned event.

With over 300,000 followers on Twitter, Presler made the call for Americans to walk the walk and get involved in helping the residents of Baltimore. Presler, who noted that he “spent 2 years of my life working every single day to defeat Hillary Clinton” back in the 2016 presidential race, said the clean-up day event was “really coming together.”

The president’s supporters plan to come out in full Trump regalia.

Others have reminded Presler to “bring plenty” of voter registration forms, as he continues a drive to register new Trump voters for the 2020 election.


Presler has been a vocal Trump supporter and has touted the president’s agenda which, in his view,  should be celebrated by the LGBT community.

“Trump changed the Republican Party forever when he got up on stage in Colorado with the pride flag. Trump changed the Republican Party forever by naming radical Islamic terrorism as a threat to the LGBT community and vowing to protect us — and following through on that promise,” Presler told The Daily Caller in 2017. “I think we all owe a debt of gratitude to Trump for what he has done — and is doing — for the LGBT community.”

His call to action for Baltimore follows the president pointing out the conditions in the “very dangerous and filthy” city in his criticism of Rep. Elijah Cummings.

Trump slammed the Democrat congressman for his vocal attacks on the administration and immigration officials while ignoring the failures in his own Maryland district. His comments touched off a firestorm of criticism with liberals quickly pouncing on the president’s factual observations as another example of his racism.

To drive his point home, the president retweeted video of Cummings’ district. The video featured a resident named Michelle who blasted the lawmaker who “hasn’t done anything for us for the last, I think he’s been in office over 20 years?”

Trump’s attacks have drawn much-needed attention to the blighted neighborhoods in the parts of Baltimore that have been ignored by Democrats like Cummings for decades. Presler’s planned event drew a lot of positive feedback as well, with many who are unable to attend sending donations instead.

Others encouraged local businesses and officials to support Presler’s effort.

One Twitter user used the event to take a shot at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) who tweeted out a note about protests in Hong Kong.

But most of the comments on Presler’s announcement praised the effort as an example of what communities should look like.


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