DOJ Calls Out Cities that Permit 'Anarchy, Violence, and Destruction'
The Department of Justice is taking action against cities it says are not protecting citizens from destructive protests and criminal behavior.
Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, and New York City are on the DOJ's list as jurisdictions where the local government is "permitting anarchy, violence, and destruction."
The designation could result in the loss of federal funds and tougher penalties, including federal charges for individual.
Senior Reporter Gary Lane has spoken with cultural and political experts about what has been leading up to this and he is on today's episode to break it down.