ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan had a few words for outgoing Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Thursday.
During remarks in Washington, Hogan said he’s still waiting for a “thank you” from Rawlings-Blake for “saving the city” during rioting last spring.READ MORE: Former Baltimore County Youth Pastor Charged In 30-Year-Old Rape, Police Looking For Other Victims
According to our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, Hogan said rioters “all went scurrying home” at his overwhelming show of force.READ MORE: Chesapeake Bay Health Edges Up To C Grade In Report Card
Gov. Hogan sent in the National Guard last April to address the growing violence and unrest in the city.
He said all Rawlings-Blake has done from that day on is “say we haven’t done anything to help Baltimore City,” and that “her career is over.”MORE NEWS: Body Of Delaware Man Found In Maryland River 2 Days After He Reportedly Drowned
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