I read Ben Stein's weekend column on last week's Baltimore riots. He was not kind to prosecutor Marilyn Mosby writing that she "should not be allowed to be a law clerk, let alone a state’s attorney/prosecutor."
What Ben doesn't mention is that Mosby's husband Nick is a Baltimore city councillor who was interviewed by FNC's Leland Vittert at last week's riots. While Mosby condemned the violence, he did not hesitate to rationalize it:
This is about the social economics of poor urban America. These young guys are frustrated, they're upset and unfortunately they're displaying it in a very destructive manner. When folks are undereducated, unfortunately they don't have the same intellectual voice to express it the way other people do, and that's what we see through the violence today.
When Vittert steered the conversation back to the rioters, Mosby went on the defensive: