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Representative Jim Clyburn is not stupid. He knows any link between the Defund the Police movement to the mainstream Democrat party is political suicide.
Notice the phrase “Clyburn’s comment put him firmly in line with almost every Democrat in both chambers of Congress, as well as the party’s presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden.” However, if you dig deep enough, even the reforms called for by some Democrats contain elements that would weaken law enforcement. No, the Democrats are up to their old trick of hiding their true intentions, and conservatives need to shine the spotlight of truth on them, as Rush likes to say.
Republicans need to fully expose this connection of defunding the police and Democrat politicians and exploit it to remind voters which party wants to take away their guns, and now their police forces as well.
I’d like to see this commercial:
A black family is sitting at home. Mom is helping the children with their homework as Dad is reading the paper. A loud noise forces the mother to get up and go look out the window.
“Jamaal,” she says. “There’s a gang of teenagers on our front lawn. They’re smoking dope and they lit our mailbox on fire. Call the-“
She pauses and Jamaal says, “We eliminated the police department, remember? It was what our candidate promised she would do.”
The wife looks forlorn, then says, “My God, now I wish we had voted for the Republican.”Published in