We Must Reverse the Crime and Fentanyl Crises

As a result of Democrats’ “Defund the Police” efforts, cities across America are experiencing an alarming surge in violent crime. Law enforcement officers are facing the toughest working conditions in years, all while illicit fentanyl is flowing into our country and robbing an entire generation of Americans from a chance at the life they deserve.

I joined Newsmax yesterday to discuss exactly how the Democrats’ soft-on-crime policies and dangerous rhetoric have created the crime and fentanyl crises in America today.

Enough is enough. Americans want law and order. That’s why Republicans are committed to permanently criminalizing illicit fentanyl and giving our police departments the resources they need to keep our communities safe. This is our Commitment to America.

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