Skip to comments.Study: Dem-Run Chicago 3X More Dangerous Than Afghan Combat Zone, And It Gets Worse
Posted on 12/29/2022 5:48:38 PM PST by george76
some of America’s largest cities are more dangerous for young males than a war zone like Iraq or Afghanistan.
The study, conducted by the JAMA Network, included the cities of Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and New York City.
Zip codes with the most violence in Chicago and Philadelphia had a notably higher risk of firearm-related death than US military personnel who served during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
violence the same or greater than the risks faced by soldiers deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan; in some places, the death risk was almost double that of war.”
In Chicago, applying the same criteria found that “Chicago’s most dangerous zip code faced a risk of firearm-related death over 3x the risk of combat death in Afghanistan, and nearly 4x the risks of Iraq.”
This insane level of violence has led many Chicago residents to refer to the city as “Chiraq.”
If high overall murder rates suggest cities where young men may face death risks greater than war, then Baltimore, Detroit, New Orleans, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Memphis, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Newark may compare to Chicago and Philadelphia
(Excerpt) Read more at westernjournal.com ...
IOW, the taliban would do a better job than the RAT establishment hacks.
Yet people keep electing Democrat trash.
I wonder who would win in taliban vs teens
I really think that is not true. I just think it hasn't sunk in yet.
I suspect it has something to do with how each side punishes criminals.
One slaps you on the wrist.
The other cuts your hand off at the wrist.
The ones electing the democrats are on welfare. Democrats buy votes with the give-aways.
Just wait until New Year’s Eve. It will sound like a war zone.
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