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Chicago Business Owner Is Leaving The Crime-Ridden City Saying ‘Danger Is No Longer Worth’

Chicago Business Owner Is Leaving The Crime-Ridden City Saying 'Danger Is No Longer Worth'. (Photo: Fox News)

A business owner in Chicago says he’s leaving the crime-ridden city because leaders are “supporting anarchy” and he “can’t put up with it any longer.”

Employees are being held up for their wallets and phones at gunpoint. (Photo: MSN)

Our employees are being held up for their wallets and phones at gunpoint,” Rabine Group founder Gary Rabine said on “America Reports” Wednesday. “The danger is simply no longer worth it; you know, we are a very safety-oriented company, and we can’t put up with it any longer.”

Rabine, who has been building businesses in the Chicago area for over 40 years, claims that his customers and employees no longer want to live in the Windy City.

“It’s a terrible place to be, and we’ve got a governor, a mayor, and a future mayor in the city who are promoting this anarchy,” he said. “If you listen to our governor and the previous mayor, and especially the new mayor, it’s all about, you know, basically reparations, right? It’s okay to rob and pillage and steal because you’re not going to get caught, and it’s just a great form of reparations in the mindset of this new mayor, and the governor has done nothing to stop either.”

Rabine told Fox News that Chicago leaders’ mentality is “not fair” to the community because as jobs disappear, so does the opportunity for the good people of Chicago who cannot afford to leave and are stuck with “less opportunity, fewer jobs, and more violence.”

“This anarchy will not end as long as we have terrible leaders like Brandon Johnson, J.B. Pritzker, and Lori Lightfoot,” he declared. “It will not change. It will only get worse…I have family members and loved ones who live in the city. They all want out and are getting out, great employees across my companies would rather be in any state in the country than Illinois, which was never the case five years ago and back. There’s an urgent issue here of change, which unfortunately will not happen with the terrible leadership that we have.”

Rabine’s remarks come just days after hundreds of teenagers stormed the streets of downtown Chicago last weekend, smashing car windows, attacking bystanders, and sending panicked tourists fleeing the sound of gunfire. Fox 32 cameras captured footage of teenagers crowding the streets and police attempting to restore order.

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