This famous radio host was left stunned after working class Americans melted phone lines to talk about this major crisis

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In a shocking revelation a radio host is pulling back the curtain on a brewing storm that could rock the political landscape come 2024.

It’s not good news for Joe Biden.

And this famous radio host was left stunned after working class Americans melted phone lines to talk about this major crisis.

While the Biden regime wants to claim it isn’t a crisis at all, radio host Charlamagne Tha God is revealing the extent of the concern amongst everyday American citizens.

The Biden border crisis, once simmering on the fringes, has now exploded into the forefront of working class concerns, according to Charlamagne, and Democrats might be in for a rude awakening.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Charlamagne discussed the seismic shift in public sentiment regarding the illegal immigration issue.

Drawing on his unique vantage point as a morning radio host deeply connected to the working class, he disclosed to Fox News, “I’ve never spoken to as many people who are concerned about the migrant issue as I have over the past year.”

These sentiments, he argues, extend beyond the usual political discourse and are hitting home in working class communities across the nation.

The recent uproar in New York City, where officials opted to move 2,000 migrants into a school, forcing students into remote learning, ignited a firestorm of complaints.

Charlamagne shared that he’s received an influx of calls from frustrated listeners, vividly illustrating the tangible impact of the Biden border crisis on everyday Americans.

Taking aim at Democrat Mayors, Charlamagne criticized their initial open-armed welcome to migrants and their subsequent backtrack.

“We’ve heard Vice President Kamala Harris say, ‘Hey, don’t come,’” he told Fox News. “Like we’ve seen that. So yeah, I think it’s going to be a real, real, real, real, real big issue.”

This flip-flopping, he contends, risks eroding trust in Democrat leadership.

While expressing skepticism about Congress finding a solution, Charlamagne didn’t shy away from assigning blame to President Biden for the crisis.

When Fox News asked if he thought Biden was to blame, he responded with a definitive, “Of course!” emphasizing that the President must take responsibility for both the positive and negative aspects of his tenure.

The radio host dissected the strategic move by Republican Governors Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis, who transported illegal aliens to Democrat-controlled so-called “sanctuary cities.”

Despite labeling it as “cruel” and “inhumane,” Charlamagne acknowledged its effectiveness.

“Republicans were right about the issue, and Democrats got it wrong,” he said, suggesting a potential shift in voter perception.

As the migrant crisis takes center stage and resonates with working class Americans, Democrats face a crucial test in navigating these concerns.

Charlamagne’s insights serve as a stark warning, signaling that the 2024 election may hinge on how effectively leaders address the growing anxieties within their voter base.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.