Tuesday on "The Alan Colmes Show," Alan spoke with Maryland Delegate Pat McDonough discussed what he considers the problem between law enforcement and the community in the city of Baltimore. Delegate McDonough said previously on a radio program that taking away benefits and food stamps from the families of protesters should be considered, but has then stated that the idea was "terrible." But this did not stop him from saying that the community in Baltimore still has a "criminal element," and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is to blame. McDonough also said that the charges against the officers involved in Freddie Gray's death are overreaching, that Mayor Rawlings-Blake will not get another term, and riots are "nothing new" in Baltimore.