Obvious Swerve | Eastern North Carolina Now | In an MSNBC interview, Cheri Beasley completely dodged a pretty important question.

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    In an MSNBC interview, Cheri Beasley completely dodged a pretty important question.

    When asked about her soft-on-crime track record, she shifted gears to talk about lowering costs.


    Well, okay then. Crime is one of voters top issues and Cheri Beasley didn't feel it was important enough to explain her lengthy track record of backing soft-on-crime policies - so we will.

    She has defended cop-killers, thrown out the indictment of child sex predators and approached law through the lens of race. She even helped overturn the sentence of a convicted murderer who shot a young boy in the face.

    Last Friday, the Charlotte Observer dropped a fact check that Cheri Beasley believes that convicted sex criminals should not be required to have lifelong GPS monitoring, even ones with multiple offenses.

    Not the mention, Beasley looks up to Cori Bush, one of the leaders of the "Defund the Police" movement and fundraises with at least four other far-left Democrats who are all anti-police.

    "Cheri Beasley has made it blatantly obvious that crime is an issue she wants to avoid. Given her own soft-on-crime agenda, its no wonder voters will send her packing come November." - RNC Spokeswoman Taylor Mazock

   Contact: Taylor Mazock
   North Carolina Press Secretary
   Republican National Committee
   Email: tmazock@gop.com
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