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Protest cities continue to tolerate assault, vandalism and more — but why?
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Protest cities continue to tolerate assault, vandalism and more — but why?

In the wake of violent and deadly protests around the United States over police-involved shootings, David Limbaugh is asking why cities have surrendered the rule of law to tolerate assault on its citizens, vandalism and worse.

“When are they going to start looking at these rioters as perpetrators, people who are causing millions of dollars of property damage, and who are putting people in direct harm, who are harming people, and who are violating the rule of law and the peace, and who are combatting police officers?” Limbaugh asked TheBalze TV's Dana Loesch this week on her show, Dana.

Limbaugh, a conservative author and lawyer, said President Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats are leading an agenda that encourages more racial tension and accused them of peddling a false, disproportionate narrative.

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Should cities do more to hold protestors more accountable for their destructive, violent actions?
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