After CNN guest questions whether Atlanta riot's property destruction counts as violence, Americans weigh in

After a fiery protest broke out in Atlanta over the weekend, most Americans in the nation's capital who spoke with Fox News said they believe property destruction is a form of violence.
"I believe in peaceful protesting without destroying property."
"I don't think property damage is violence," he said.
That evening, a CNN guest suggested property destruction didn't amount to violence.
"I would call that violence," another man in D.C., Severin, told Fox News.
Violence can be loss of income, loss of money, loss of property to where people have to rebuild."
Michael said: "Property damage is violence.
"You know, this idea that breaking windows or other acts of property destruction are the same as actual violence against humans, it’s kind of a dangerous and slippery concept," Peisner told CNN's Pamela Brown Saturday on "CNN Newsroom."
Another man in D.C., Isom, told Fox News property destruction is violence.
"It's not their property, and they shouldn't be damaging other people's property that they paid money for," he said.
CLICK TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPTony also called property destruction violence and advocated for peace.
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