“Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., is getting blasted by his opponent as ‘radical’ after his wife was recorded talking to two undercover journalists about how Democrats shouldn’t talk about what’s really in the Inflation Reduction Act and how they could defund the police ‘quietly.’
Susan Daggett, a law professor at the University of Denver, is seen on video released Monday by Accuracy in Media, arguing that ‘the most successful efforts in Washington, D.C., are the ones that you never see on the front page of the paper…’
Earlier in the video, Daggett argued that Democrats could do a better job getting their more radical agenda passed if they kept quiet about it.
‘We’re talking about it for a half a second and let the temperatures come down, and then quietly allocate some funding to mental health, right, and to interventions that can help and maybe not call it police reform,’ she said about defunding the police. ‘There’s just strategic ways to do it that would be just as effective but, you know, not raise the flag.'”