Washington, D.C. – To better understand how someone will legislate, especially when they don’t like to answer questions, it’s often helpful to see who they align themselves with.
Cheri Beasley’s first fundraising partnership in Congress was with anti-police and defund the police radical Cori Bush. Before long, Beasley had to quietly end the relationship.
Later, she spoke with the Forsyth County Democratic Party Faith-Values & Policy Group, an organization that once said ‘White Evangelicals’ have no moral authority and promotes an anti-police agenda.
Finally, in August, Beasley proudly associated herself with the most liberal, soft-on-crime Democrats running for Senate across the country.
Statement from NRSC Chairman Rick Scott: “Cheri Beasley has spent a lot of time during this campaign trying to convince voters that she will be an independent voice in the Senate. One look at her friends should dispel any notion of that. Beasley is tied to the most radical factions of the Democrat Party and we can’t believe she would come to Washington and not pass bills written by some of the most extreme liberal members of Congress and be a rubber stamp for Joe Biden. ”