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How protests are putting America’s cities in 'deep holes': Don Peebles
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Violent protests breaking out across the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic could put major cities in deep holes for decades, The Peebles Corporation CEO Don Peebles told “Fox & Friends."
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“I think these cities are going to be left reeling and in deep holes that will take them a decade or two to dig themselves out of,” he said.
According to Peebles, the destructive and violent protests are distracting from what the Black Lives Matter movement aims to accomplish like equal protection and economic empowerment.
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