Cheri Beasley accepts endorsement from PAC that supports Anti-Police radicals | Eastern North Carolina Now | Cheri Beasley’s soft on crime agenda and support for the defund the police movement has not gone unnoticed.

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    Cheri Beasley's soft on crime agenda and support for the defund the police movement has not gone unnoticed.

    The Collective PAC, which has endorsed numerous anti-police radicals, made certain to endorse Cheri Beasley.

    Cheri Beasley's campaign even received $5,000 as a result of their endorsement.

    Let's look at some of the other anti-police radicals endorsed by The Collective PAC:

  • Cori Bush (MO): Called to "defund the police" despite spending $70,000 on private security.
  • Keith Ellison (MN): Backed the defund the police radicals' plan to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department
  • Marie Mott (TN): Wrote a piece called "Why The Call To Defund The Police is Overdue" and cursed at police officers during a recent traffic stop.
  • Jolanda Jones (TX): Passed out a handout that advised local residents to "never speak with the police."
  • Rex Richardson (CA): During a Long Beach city council meeting, Richardson said "Should we defund the police? Absolutely..."

    Everywhere North Carolinians turn they see Cheri Beasley associated with anti-police radicals.

    "North Carolinians know that Cheri Beasley's support for anti-police radicals will make the Tar Heel State less safe." - RNC Spokeswoman Taylor Mazock

   Contact: Taylor Mazock
   North Carolina Press Secretary
   Republican National Committee
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