DCCC's new top hires promoted anti-police rhetoric, defund police movement

Christale Spain, a former senior adviser of the South Carolina Democratic Party, expressed her excitement Tuesday night after being tapped as the DCCC’s senior adviser for Black engagement. In Mei 2020, as betogings continued to rage across the country following the killing of George Floyd, Spain tweeted the definition ofrebellion.

FORMER POLICE SERGEANT: BLM, ‘DEFUND POLICE MOVEMENTREVERSED DIVERSITY TREND IN POLICE DEPARTMENTS

An act of violent or open resistance to an established government or ruler #JusticeforGeorge,” sy geskryf het, seemingly endorsing the notion.

Around the same time, Spanje applauded a tweet by a former Sen. Cory Booker campaign staffer who wrote thatwhite supremacy and law enforcement” in Amerika “cannot be separated.

The DCCC also hired Kristin Slevin as its chief of staff after she spent the last several election cycles working for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-mis.

Thrilled to be joining in the righteous fight of defending our House Majority as the @dccc’s new Chief of Staff. (psthis is a damn good team),” Slevin getwiet Dinsdag.

In June of last year, Slevin aangemoedig people to keepraising hellafter the Minneapolis City Council pledged to disband the city’s police department.

'N Dag later, Slevin appeared to tweet her support for defunding the police and disbanding the military.

Wanneer dit bereik word vir kommentaar, DCCC spokesman Chris Taylor attacked news coverage of the staffers’ twiets.

It’s disgusting and appalling that right-wing outlets giddily help the NRCC and Washington Republicans push racist attacks to vilify our Blackand only Black – personeel, and endanger their personal safety,” Taylor gesê. “But we’re not surprised they’re hellbent on division – that’s their playbook.

The news comes after President Biden and Democratic leadership tried to distance themselves from the defund the police movement, met sommige moderates blaming the rhetoric for Democratic House losses in November.

Demokrate were ridiculed from both sides in July after accusing Republicans of being anti-police.

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