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Fox News host Dan Bongino has something Republicans should be listening to going into the midterm elections, and it’s the top three things that are the most concerning to Americans today.

Appearing on Fox and Friends, the former police officer turned show host made it clear that America is being attacked on multiple fronts that need to be brought out into the open.

“There are three big, huge threats to America right now,” Bongino told the Fox and Friends crew. “Critical race theory, China and the war on cops.”

He went on to describe how to advance the agenda of all three, beginning by turning the people on police officers.

“I mean, once you get Americans to hate each other for all kinds of superficial characteristics like race and you create the chaos, the best way to allow the chaos to continue to brew is to engage in a war on cops and stop them from enforcing the law.”

“It’s really a disgrace,” Bongino said. “Liberalism is a forest fire right now, destroying America piece by piece, and we can’t let it continue.”

It’s these three things that Democrats have more or less embraced and, in the case of critical race theory and defunding the police, push on Americans through force and intimidation.

Bongino is correct in his assessment. Depleting trust and goodwill toward the very people you rely on to keep your community in a state of law and order has a ripple effect that can cause people to seek unrealistic solutions and put their faith in the wrong people.

Critical race theory and defunding the police, for instance, are highly intertwined. It’s easy to believe Marxist propaganda like CRT when you’ve convinced minority Americans that the system is slanted against them, and they use claims of constant police brutality against them as evidence. They then tell everyone that defunding the police will solve this problem but it only makes things worse. This is good for the left as it helps these claims that the odds are stacked against them thrive as the increase in crime

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