The latest Fox News Poll showed the generic House ballot moved in favor of the Democrats; however, Senate races in battleground states have shifted as well, with many GOP candidates closing gaps and taking slight leads on their Democratic opponents. As November inches closer and leading issues continue to change, the dynamics of the 2022 midterms are being closely monitored. Fox News Decision Desk Director Arnon Mishkin and Co-Director of the Fox News Poll Daron Shaw join the Rundown to break down how inflation and abortion became such crucial voting issues, how the bussing of migrants is playing out in the court of public opinion, why polling may be underestimating Democrat defection and what recent movement in the polls tells them about key races.
Politicians are working tirelessly to put a stop to the distribution of the deadly drug, fentanyl. Attorney Generals from both sides of the aisle, including Florida’s Ashley Moody and Connecticut’s William Tong, are calling for President Biden to declare the drug a weapon of mass destruction. The move would require more coordination from government agencies to stop and prevent the distribution of the drug. Executive Vice President at Fort Wayne Recovery and Allendale Treatment Nate Moellering joins the Rundown to discuss why fentanyl is so prevalent in the country, and what makes the drug so deadly. He also shares details about his former addiction, and why he’s using his experience to save others from a tragic fate.
Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce.