Biden’s crime surge could cost Democrats in this key 2022 state

President Biden has recently had three straight polls finding him with less than 40% approval from American voters.

The reasons are plentiful, but towards the top of the list is the ongoing crime wave hard-working American families are being forced to suffer through.

And now, Biden’s crime surge could make Democrats the latest victims in this key 2022 state.

President Joe Biden’s crime wave is hitting some areas of Wisconsin particularly hard.

Crime is on the rise in Milwaukee – dubbed by many locals as “the Murder Mill,” as well as the surrounding suburbs in Milwaukee County.

In fact, in 2021 alone, there were 197 homicides in the city – that’s more than one every-other day!

And it’s not getting better in the home of the reigning NBA Champion Bucks.

So far this year, there have already been 33 murders compared to 18 at this same point last year.

If the city stays on this pace, it will set a record for homicides three years in a row during incumbent Democrat Governor Tony Evers’ four-year term in office.

Wisconsin is also the scene of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the Waukesha Christmas Parade mauling that left five innocent people dead.

Just a few days before he drove his car into parade watchers, the Waukesha suspect was released from jail on a measly $1,000 bail.

Moving to Racine, there was recently a shooting that injured five people – the murderer was killed on the scene.

“It’s just a major problem here, said Theodore Keener, a Racine resident. “It’s become ridiculous, and we need a governor who will do something about it.”

Keener voted for Scott Walker over Tony Evers in Wisconsin’s 2018 gubernatorial election – but then voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

He describes himself as an Independent.

These are the types of voters incumbent Democrat Governor Tony Evers would need if he’s to win re-election in the 2022 midterms this coming November.

However, Gov. Evers – who only won his 2018 election by a mere 30,000 votes – is in big trouble in the Badger State.

Evers’ approval ratings are sinking faster than cheddar cheese melts on a slice of apple pie fresh out of the oven.

He’s underwater 8-points with voters in America’s Dairyland.

Meanwhile, President Biden has a negative 10-point approval rating in Wisconsin.

The same poll found the top concern of voters was the crime wave, followed by inflation, education transparency and Critical Race Theory concerns.

Evers’ actions as governor aren’t helping his re-election hopes.

Last year, in the midst of record-high crime, Evers vetoed a bill passed by the Republican-led legislature that would have punished localities in Wisconsin for defunding their police departments.

While Evers is hamstrung by the Biden Crime Surge, incumbent Republican Senator Ron Johnson could be a beneficiary as voters look at Democrats rightfully as weak on crime.

Sen. Johnson will likely face either current State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski, or Evers’ Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes in the 2022 midterms.

Meanwhile, former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch — who served with then-Governor Scott Walker — and businessman Kevin Nicholson are the leading candidates to take on Gov. Evers in November.

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