Dem Rep Cites Phantom Poll Showing Biden Winning Re-election and Dems Retaking the...
A Dem Comms Director Thanked Biden for Paying Off His Student Loans and...
How California's Paradise Become Our Purgatory
Oliver Darcy Forgets He's on CNN
Joe Biden's Executive Amnesty Is Illegal, Unjust and Self-Defeating
Conservative Conservationism and Duck Calling with Chairman Westerman
Premature Progressive Panic Over The Washington Post
The Numbers Show Voters Don't Want an Eight-Year Presidency
Why the Left Hates It When You Point Out We're 'A Republic, Not...
The Clock is Ticking and November 5 Beckons
We Cannot Afford to Further Delay the Next Generation Air Dominance Fighter
Help Me, Bob Iger. You're My Only Hope.
The Narcissistic Left
Biden's Latest Amnesty Is a Political Gamble He Will Lose
Help Me, Bob Iger. You're My Only Hope

Brutal Ad Exposes Democrats' Hypocrisy on Defunding the Police

AP Photo/Jeff Roberson File

Democrats are under fire for horrendous comments from Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MO) about "defunding the police." Bush fiercely defended her own expenditures on private security, citing death threats and feeling unsafe while protesting the eviction moratorium, but doubled down on her push for stripping law enforcement of funding altogether. 

"I'm gonna make sure I have security because I know I have had attempts on my life...So if I end up spending $200,000, if I spend 10 more dollars on it, you know what, I get to be here to do the work. So suck it up. Defunding the police has to happen. We need to defund the police and put that money into social safety nets," the Missouri Democrat said on Thursday.

National Republicans wasted no time using Bush's comments in a new, blistering ad hitting Democrats for hypocrisy. The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) took note of Bush's comments and argued that Democrats are "using campaign funds for private security" they want to "take away your protection."

The comments from Bush, which quickly backfired, follow accusations of Republicans "lying" from President Joe Biden. The president claimed that no Democratic lawmakers want to defund the police, which Bush's comments quickly contradicted.


Trending on Townhall Videos