New top appointees on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) have a history of promoting anti-police rhetoric.
Crystal Spain, former senior adviser to the South Carolina Democratic Party, Expressed his excitement Tuesday night later Tapping As DCCC’s Senior Advisor for Black Engagement. In May 2020, when protests across the country continued after the assassination of George Floyd, Spain tweeted the definition of “rebellion.”
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“An act of violent or open resistance to an established government or ruler #JusticeforGeorge,” she Has been written, Seemingly endorsing the idea.
At the same time, Spain Praised the tweet Former sen. Cory Booker wrote that “white supremacy and law enforcement” are “inseparable” in America from campaign staff.
Sen. After spending several election cycles for Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., The DCCC appointed Christine Slevin as its chief.
“As the new head of @dccc, we are thrilled to have joined a fair fight to defend our House Majority. (Ps – it’s a good team) Tweeted Tuesday
In June of last year, Slevin Encouraged People are “raising the hell up” after the Minneapolis City Council vowed to disband the city’s police department.
A day later, Slevin appeared Tweet her support To stop the police and disband the army.
When reached for comment, DCCC spokesman Chris Taylor attacked the staff’s tweets.
“Right-wing outlets are disgusting and horrifying for the NRCC and Washington Republicans to push racist attacks to abuse our black and only black staff and jeopardize their personal safety,” Taylor said. “But we’re not surprised they were hell-bent on division – that’s their playbook.”
The news comes after President Biden and the Democratic leadership tried to distance themselves from the police movement, with some modesty blaming the loss of the Democratic House in November.
Democrats were mocked by both sides in July after Republicans accused them of being anti-police.