G. McConway
October 4, 2022

Tomi Lahren Rips KJP Over Non-answers on Crime

Slowly but surely, crime is starting to rise up as the main concern for voters in November.

Even so, we hear mostly spin from Democrats.

The only ones telling the truth are those in battleground states or districts that have no choice but to be honest.

Fox News' Tomi Lahren hammered the Biden administration for dancing around the topic.


The American people do not like to be lied to.

You can get away with some twisting when something is not so apparent, but crime is surely not one of those areas.

Cities in this country are out of control, yet Democrats keep saying they have made this country safer.

Lahren, on the crime issue, stated, "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 out there.

"You care about your safety, parents care about the safety of their children. When you have smash-and-grabs, when you have violent crime going on in your cities on a daily basis – and it's not just the big cities, this is trickling down into smaller cities and small towns as well – you're going to vote for the party that believes in holding felons and thugs accountable, not the party that believes in undermining law enforcement and coddling thugs and felons."

You can see her full segment below...

Dems are hanging their hats on what have been deemed to be legislative wins for Joe Biden, but I don't see that being enough.

Over the last week, the GOP has had some massive surges in states that I had written off.

There is little doubt the GOP will take the House, but the Senate has always been a question.

That may no longer be the case, as they at least have a shot of taking it now.

We are less than five weeks away and red is building momentum.

Source: Fox News

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