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Varney: Mob rule, coronavirus shutdowns will set American cities back for years
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FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on mob rule and the coronavirus lockdown impacting big cities.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues that mob rule and the coronavirus shutdown has left New York City empty, and will be a concern for other cities for years to come.
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“Sixth Avenue, Midtown Manhattan. Hardly any traffic. Hardly any people,” he said. “This is because of the virus and it’s because of mob rule.”
Normally, Varney said, hundreds of thousands of workers would occupy the streets of New York but now they all fear not just the commute, but the potential of being shot or mugged.
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“In this city, the police are beaten in the streets without consequence,” he said. “The man who beat a top police official was released without bail. Thousands of criminals have been released from the prisons … Let's not beat about the bush: mob rule, combined with the virus shutdown, will set back America’s cities for years.”
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