America’s Crime Crisis: Republicans and Democrats remain far apart on police reform, with conservatives pushing for more police funding while Democrats have advocated for increased officer accountability. Last year, police departments across the country reported officers resigning in unprecedented numbers, creating widespread vacancies and recruitment issues that spiraled into a major public safety concern. Before Congressman Pete Stauber (R-MN) was on Capitol Hill, he was a police officer laying his life on the line to protect his community. With a unique perspective as former law enforcement and now legislator, Rep. Stauber joins the Rundown to explain how politics are driving people away from the law enforcement profession, why he has fought to keep qualified immunity in any crime or policing bills, and his optimism that bipartisan crime legislation is possible.

But first, President Joe Biden traveled to South Carolina on Thursday to tout his economic accomplishments and further his Bidenomics agenda ahead of the 2024 election. Recent polling shows that President Biden’s overall approval rating has steadily declined since April 2021; however, the administration is using the visit to gain traction in the red state, as South Carolina is the first on the 2024 presidential primary calendar. FOX News Sunday anchor Shannon Bream joins the podcast to explain the President’s strategy leading up to the election, how former President Trump is using his legal troubles to boost his campaign, and why some are calling for politicians to limit their contact with social media companies.

Plus, commentary from host of OutKick’s Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren.