9 Shocking Crime Statistics In Biden’s America

You wouldn’t know from listening to the Mainstream Media, but crime is rising in America. And it’s only gotten worse since Joe Biden took over. Here are nine shocking crime stats in Joe Biden’s America: 

#1: The national homicide rate was 34% higher in 2022 than in 2019. Murder rates in Democrat-run cities are higher than 10% in the past two years, which may explain the mass exodus we’ve seen from cities.

#2: It’s not just homicides that are on the rise. Robberies, nonresidential burglaries, larcenies, and motor vehicle theft also increased from 2021 to 2022. 

#3: Are you thinking about buying a new car? You should probably wait until motor vehicle thefts cool off. These thefts started surging during the Pandemic and have risen from 59% from 2019 to 2022.

#4: While running for Mayor of Chicago, Brandon Johnson pledged a “smart” and “tough” fight against crime. But he’s not looking so tough in his first month as Mayor. The city experienced a 38% jump in crime compared to last year.  

#5: Our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., is attempting to pass a crime bill to combat the rise in violent crimes in the city. Crime in D.C. is up 17% year to date compared to 2022. The rise in crime is even hitting Congress as an aide to Senator Rand Paul was brutally stabbed after leaving a D.C. restaurant earlier this year.

#6: Portland’s population has dropped after growing for 30+ years. This comes after the Mayor’s office reported a 50% increase in homelessness, and the number of homeless encampments in the city has risen to 700. The city faced a record high of homicides and a record low of police officers last year.

It used to leave the cities, and you escaped the crime. But no longer. In Joe Biden’s America, the crime isn’t just happening in American cities; it’s bleeding into the burbs.

#7: Milwaukee is in the top three largest cities with the highest violent crime rate, seeing murder rates jump by almost 50% between 2011 to 2021. Meanwhile, Wisconsin State Senator LaTonya Johnson rebuffed concerns about the rise of crime in Milwaukee and is potentially spreading to the suburbs by saying, “F— the suburbs because they don’t know a goddamn thing about how life is in the city.”

#8: Crime rose by double digits in Delaware, Montgomery, and Bucks counties outside Philadelphia. Increases in both larceny and auto thefts in the suburbs match the increases in Philly. In 2022, Philly reached a 20-year high of car thefts with 14,533. If the trends hold, Philadelphia will surpass 20,000 car thefts.

#9: We all hear about the constant smash and grabs in San Francisco, since you can steal up to $950 without it being classified as a felony. But now, crime is spreading into the affluent neighborhoods outside the city too. Just last month, authorities believe 11 phone robberies were linked to a gang of kids targeting women with children, leaving one mother allegedly hit with a bat.