A Dozen US Cities Blow Away Their Annual Murder Records — With One Glaring Thing in Common

A Dozen US Cities Blow Away Their Annual Murder Records — With One Glaring Thing in Common

AP Photo/Michael Conroy First, the “good” news — and I say that sarcastically.

While Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago — which leads the country with at least 739 murders this year — remain below their respective record annual homicide rates of the 1990s, at least 12 large cities across America have already broken their annual records. These cities have one thing in common:

They’re all run by Democrats.

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