Cuccinelli: Rampant Violence Permanently Damaging American Cities [INTERVIEW]
On Thursday's edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Ken Cuccinelli, Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department Homeland Security, joined the broadcast to talk about the violence and civil unrest that continues in many cities in the United States, as well as the government's success in the crackdown on illegal drugs and drug cartels.
Cuccinelli said, while talking about the ongoing violence and protests in the country,
I've never seen a situation of rampant violence like this, where there's so much encouragement for the violence by so many in power, to the great destructiveness to America. I think they've done permanent harm to the idea of cities, to living in cities, to doing business in cities. I think cities as a concept is taking a hit. I think when go forward a year or two and look back, you're going to see a minor exodus from a number of these cities, the people who've just thrown in the towel on them.
Listen to the entire interview with Secretary Ken Cuccinelli in the video above.
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