Former Wisconsin Governor Predicts Biden’s Downfall on Border Security and Crime

Former Wisconsin Governor Predicts Biden's Downfall on Border Security and Crime

In November, former Republican Gov. Scott Walker says that President Joe Biden’s track record on crime and the border with Mexico will likely hurt him in the polls.

In an interview with NewsNation’s “The Hill Sunday,” Walker said that these two problems make GOP voters more likely to agree with Trump’s harsh words than to choose a moderate alternative.

Walker said, “There are three big problems: security at the border, public safety, and high prices.” You can say that Joe Biden loses if the race is about those three things. Not just Wisconsin and Michigan do he lose a lot, but I think all the swing states do too.

At the moment, DecisionDesk HQ says that Biden is behind Trump in Wisconsin by almost two points and in Michigan by four points.

Walker thinks that people who voted for Biden in 2020 to get away from what he called Trump’s “political chaos” will not do it again.

“They thought that in Joe Biden, they’d get someone moderate and reasonable,” Walked said. “I made a mistake.” They’d rather deal with some negative comments or tweets than not knowing what’s going on at the border, which is dangerous for everyone.

Tuesday is Wisconsin’s presidential primary, and Democrats see it as a chance unlike any other in the state’s recent past. Republicans used to control the Wisconsin Assembly thanks to advantages that were taken away by new legislative districts that were put in place last month. However, Democrats have won 14 of the last 17 statewide races. Now that the legislative campaigns have been stepped up, Democrats think they can fight for a majority. They also think that this will help people vote for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in November.

Wisconsin has had four close presidential elections in the last six years. In 2016 and 2020, for example, the winner was chosen by less than 30,000 votes. Democrats Tony Evers and Scott Walker beat each other by 29,227 votes to become governor in 2018. There were 26,255 votes between Democrat Mandela Barnes and Republican Sen. Ron Johnson in 2022, but Johnson won.

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