CNN’s Lemon Says Riots Destroying Americans’ Businesses Not as Bad Capitol Riot

‘A shoe can be replaced ... can you replace a democracy?’

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LEMON: “One, a shoe can be replaced. And the vote is the value of a shoe. Again, no one should be doing it. No one should be stealing anything from anyone. The other one, can you replace a democracy? How do you fix a broken democracy? That is — you can take a shoe and fix it or get another one. Right? Or an insurance policy can replace a shoe. An insurance policy cannot replace the democracy or fix our broken republic or fix racism or fix a lie that has been spread by one person and the people who enable him. So there is quite a difference. I think the people who see the same, want to see the same, again, not operating in reality.”

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