• Tyson foods latest large business to flee Chicago, what sparked the exo

    From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 9 11:29:10 2022
    By Michael Lee
    Published October 9, 2022

    Tyson Foods Inc. became the latest large company to announce its
    departure from Chicago, continuing a trend in the city that many have
    argued is the result of the city's skyrocketing rates of crime and
    threatens to do harm to its most vulnerable populations.

    Billionaire Ken Griffin announced earlier this year that he was moving
    his hedge-fund firm, Citadel, out of Chicago because of the rising
    crime, a move that was also made by mining equipment giant Caterpillar
    and Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company.

    "You're talking about a situation where you have a hollowed out
    economy, where you have businesses leaving, there are no jobs,"
    Heritage Foundation senior research fellow in the Center for Health and
    Welfare Policy Robert Moffit told Fox News Digital last month. "And the
    people who are desperately hurt by this are mostly low income and black
    and minority residents who suffer the most from this high crime."


    This is what happens when a city has a no bail catch and release
    policy, and puts criminals right back on the street.

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