The Liberals Who Won’t Acknowledge the Crime Problem
The Atlantic, 6/21/22
Did you leave a light on?
Did you lock the back door?
Did you lock the car?
Did you hear that?
Too many prosecutors have gone soft on criminals, refusing to seriously prosecute rising crime, which leads to even more crime and less safe neighborhoods.
Add in inflation and a slowing economy and you have a firestorm of petty theft, cars and homes being broken into, vehicles stolen, and random acts of violence in every community across the nation.
Progressive Prosecutor Movement Tested by Rising Crime and Angry Voters
WALL STREET JOURNAL, 6/5/22
“We still don’t have enough officers, and we have shortages everywhere”
- National Association of Chiefs of Police Senior Vice President Brian C. Smith
U.S. Crime Is Still Dramatically Higher Than the Pandemic
This didn’t happen overnight.
It’s been a long, slow tearing apart of the very fabric of law and order in America.
No one wants to point fingers, but someone has to take the blame.
& Her Policies
are the problem and shoulder the responsibility for what’s happening in our state
“Axne’s district… reportedly saw a 50 percent increase in homicides since 2020.”
Half a million
Vehicles Were Stolen in the First Half of 2022
Number of Shootings
Is To Blame
and someone has to fix it …
If you care about keeping your family and your neighborhood safe, you have to speak up.
Speak up for yourself. Your family. Your friends and neighbors.
They will, too. You’re not the only one who feels this way.