Beasley Is The Company She Keeps | Eastern North Carolina Now | Our nation celebrated Law Enforcement Appreciation Day yesterday. While leaders across North Carolina celebrated the sacrifice and service of our men and women in law enforcement, Democrat Senate candidate Cheri Beasley unsurprisingly stayed silent.

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    Good afternoon,

    Our nation celebrated Law Enforcement Appreciation Day yesterday. While leaders across North Carolina celebrated the sacrifice and service of our men and women in law enforcement, Democrat Senate candidate Cheri Beasley unsurprisingly stayed silent.

    Early on in her campaign, Beasley teamed up with notorious "Defund-the-Police" Democrat Cori Bush. In June, Beasley created a joint fundraising committee with Cori Bush, who said the quiet part out loud. When asked about spending $70,000 on private security while pushing to defund the police, Bush said, "I'm going to make sure I have security ... So suck it up. And defunding the police has to happen."

    At a time when North Carolina is experiencing unprecedented officer shortages, Democrats are forcing more officers to leave through their radical defund-the-police stances. Beasley wants to make it easier to sue law enforcement for doing their job, further disincentivizing citizens to join the force. The drop in police officers comes at the same time as North Carolina's violent crime rate spikes higher than the national average. In 2020, over 44,000 violent crimes were reported in North Carolina. Rather than fixing the spike in crime, Democrats are doubling down on their weak-on-crime agenda. It's no wonder that almost two-thirds of North Carolinians believe the country is "on the wrong track."

    "Cheri Beasley is the company she keeps, and as North Carolina experiences a police officer shortage and crime skyrockets across the state, it's clear that Beasley and her defund-the-police buddies are incapable of keeping us safe."-RNC Spokeswoman Alex Nolley

    Contact: Alex Nolley
    North Carolina Communications Director
    Republican National Committee
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