Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren lost the 2020 primaries, yet their radicals are running the Democrat show.
Take the DCCC’s new Chief of Staff.
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-Mass.
In June of last year, Slevin encouraged people to keep “raising hell” after the Minneapolis City Council pledged to disband the city’s police department.
A day later, Slevin appeared to tweet her support for defunding the police and disbanding the military.
Slevin occupied a variety of roles at the Warren campaign. The obvious intent here is to enhance the power of the Left over the DCCC.
When police defunding began to poll badly, the DCCC and other Dem operatives began insisting that it was a Republican invention.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair Sean Patrick Maloney said Wednesday that Republican efforts to paint his party as socialists intent on defunding the police amount to “Republican caricature.”
So much for that.
“It’s not the question that I’m asking, it’s the question that Republicans will continue to ask, do Democrats support defunding the police?” Scarborough asked.
Maloney responded by saying the host was “repeating Republican talking points.”
“The answer is no,” Maloney responded. “And you are asking the question and you’re repeating a Republican talking point for reasons I don’t know.”
The Republican talking points are actually the DCCC talking points.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) new chief technology officer, Erica Joy Baker, has tweeted anti-police rhetoric and even called on police precincts to be burnt to the ground if she were to be killed by an officer.
“If the cops kill me, the only way to ‘sully’ my legacy is to *not* be out in the streets. if the cops kill me, burn every cop precinct to the ground. if the cops kill me, shut down the highways and throw the teargas back at em when they try you. gtfo with that ‘sully’ shit,” one of Baker’s tweets from Sept. 24, 2020 reads.
Republican talking points.