Cunningham Refuses to Oppose Pelosi’s Radical Anti-Cop Bill | Beaufort County Now | Cal Cunningham is once again kowtowing to the Democratic party and refusing to take a stand against the House’s latest anti-cop bill. | NC GOP, cal cunningham, nancy pelosi, anti-cop bill, june 12, 2020

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Cunningham Refuses to Oppose Pelosi’s Radical Anti-Cop Bill

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    RALEIGH, NC     Cal Cunningham is once again kowtowing to the Democratic party and refusing to take a stand against the House's latest anti-cop bill. Just yesterday, Cunningham told The Raleigh News & Observer that he wants the bill "to go through the process of committee hearings, expert witness testimony and amendments." If passed, this anti-cop legislation would put burdensome restrictions on law enforcement and prevent them from keeping our communities safe.

    "Cal Cunningham won't denounce the dangerous anti-cop bill because he's worried about angering Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi and his silence is just another example of how he will blindly follow the extreme liberal agenda, even when it puts North Carolinians at risk," said NCGOP Press Secretary Tim Wigginton. "Cunningham can't be trusted to protect North Carolinians, and voters will remember that he chose politics over public safety."

    Cunningham has already shown he is unwilling to keep North Carolina's communities safe. Cunningham wants to "enable" dangerous sanctuary policies, which put over 500 million undocumented criminals onto the streets of North Carolina in 2019. Those individuals included those charged with sex offenses, kidnapping, arson and homicide.

  • Contact: Tim Wigginton


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