Crime Will Play a Major Role in the Midterm Elections

Across the United States, the escalating crime crisis is ruining Americans’ lives. Online videos are going viral of innocent people minding their own business, only to be randomly, yet viciously, attacked.

At the same time, criminals are more emboldened than ever. This is largely thanks to lax bail policies and Democratic leaders, like New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D), who are still cutting funding for local police departments.

Next month, Americans will have a chance to vote for which party has the power to pass laws that impact the nation at large. New data now shows that crime is going to play a major role in how next month’s elections pan out.

Facing the Music
A brand new survey by Rasmussen Reports shows an overwhelming 83% of Americans agree violent crime is going to be a big deal during November’s elections.

This is a huge problem for Democrats, who have been the drivers of defunding the police, opening up the jails, and giving criminals a free-for-all.

Rasmussen Reports likewise revealed that 62% of the American people believe the nation’s violent crime crisis is becoming more dangerous.

In assessing Joe Biden’s response to lawlessness, 48% of the country doesn’t approve. Only 37% of Americans gave the president positive reviews on crime.

In Pennsylvania, Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman has a longstanding history of being in favor of giving violent criminals early jail releases and otherwise being soft on lawlessness.

As more of Fetterman’s history on crime comes out, he’s removed all mention of Black Lives Matter from his political website.

No Accountability From Democrats
Despite the Democrat Party collectively pushing policies that created the current lawlessness crisis, there’s no accountability from the party whatsoever.

Some Democrats, like Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Cori Bush (D-MS) refuse to come out against defunding the police. Officials who support axing funding for public law enforcement aren’t defunding their own private security details, though.

Republicans, on the other hand, are repeatedly campaigning on the issue of crime, letting Americans know how they’ll make society safer if elected and reelected in November.

Ultimately, the people will determine whether this country continues down the existing path of corruption or moves towards restoring law and order.