By
G. McConway
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September 28, 2022

Tomi Lahren: Dems Have ‘Huge Vulnerability’ on Crime

This week, the White House was asked directly about the safety of our big cities.

In virtually every major city in this country, crime, especially violent crime, is up.

This is a big issue for Americans, but the White House refuses to even admit it's a problem.

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When Peter Doocy asked KJP about it this week, all she could do is deflect and blame the bad orange man.

While it is true that crime rates were on the rise under Trump, it had nothing to do with him and everything to do with woke Democrat mayors deciding to defund their police departments.

Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren sees this as a big problem on election day.

In part, she stated, "What you're seeing in real-time, by the way, is Democrats at large trying to decide if they're going to simply ignore crime, pretend it doesn't exist, or if they're going to go the route of falsely and chronically blaming Republicans for it.

"That is what we are seeing. It's going to be a huge vulnerability for Democrats because when you walk down your street, when you're in your subway, when you're in your own backyard and you don't feel safe, it doesn't matter if you're the wokest of the liberals or the most conservative conservative out there.

"You care about your safety, parents care about the safety of their children."

You can see her full segment in the video below…

Do you think crime will help or hurt Democrats?

If you believe it will, how can you explains someone like John Fetterman leading in every poll in PA right now?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News

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