White House visitor logs acquired by Fox News Digital demonstrate that President Biden’s administration has covertly maintained contacts with some of the major figures behind the far-left movement despite keeping a public distance from the “defund the police” movement.
The White House visitor logs reveal that several anti-police funding activists have visited the Biden White House and talked with senior staff in the last year.
When it comes to his cabinet, Biden has mostly sided with liberals who support the defund movement, despite his pro-police rhetoric. He signed an executive order on police reform at the end of May, which attracted mixed reactions from law enforcement organizations. Furthermore, anti-police protestors appear to have had a direct connection with the White House.
In what appeared to be an informal meeting, Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, met with Cedric Richmond, Vice President Joe Biden’s director of public engagement, at the White House in the summer of 2013.
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An organization called Color of Change has been one of the most vocal advocates for the defunding of law enforcement. After receiving $500,000 from George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center, they led the unsuccessful drive to “dismantle” and replace the Minneapolis Police Department in 2021.
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Color of Change’s petition, titled “We know that policing doesn’t keep us safe, communities do,” urges signatories to demand that their local leaders begin the defunding process immediately. According to this axiom: “Investment leads to thriving communities, not law enforcement.”
According to the petition, “we must begin to envision the society that functions for ALL of us and we must begin by divesting from and deconstructing the systems that unfairly oppress Black people”.
Protest organizations need to get “bolder and louder” in their calls for police abolishment and “revolution,” says Robinson, who honored the birthday of Assata Shakur, a convicted policeman killer. Former Black Liberation Army leader Assata Shakur is revered by anti-police activists as the brains behind a string of armed robberies in New York and Connecticut. The Brinks robbery in 1981 resulted in the deaths of an armed guard and two police officers.
Fidel Castro granted sanctuary to Shakur after he was convicted of murdering New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster in 1973. There is a $1 million reward for information leading to the capture of Shakur, whose married name is Joanne Chesimard, on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list.
To that end, he serves on the board of the Marguerite Casey Foundation in Seattle with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams of Georgia. The board of the foundation unanimously decided to boost its anti-police actions after they both became governors.
According to the Marguerite Casey Foundation’s visiting logs, one of its members has been to the White House.
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When the Marguerite Casey Foundation CEO Carmen Rojas visited the White House in December 2021, she appeared to meet with Richmond’s former Special Assistant Nia Page, who recently left the DNC to join the party (DNC).
Shortly after she joined the board of Stacey Abrams Group, the organization increased anti-police funding with her approval.
In April 2021, Rojas tweeted, “We must remain unwavering in our dedication to freedom.” “Defunding the police and advocating for their elimination are the greatest ways to achieve this goal. Period.”
Rojas tweeted a quote from an article in May 2020, which read: “Defunding, demilitarising, and eventually dismantling the U.S. police force as it currently exists by abolishing police unions. This is a critical moment for labor leaders to completely embrace this goal, and some have already done so.” Her foundation has donated millions of dollars to waking college professors and intellectuals who have advocated for abolishing jails and promoting anti-capitalist viewpoints, not to mention defunding and abolishing police.
Black Voters Matter co-founder Latosha Brown, a civil rights activist, has also called for less money to be given to the police. Seattle Police Department (SPD) is unable to investigate new rape cases because of a lack of funding, according to L. Lawrence Jones.
Vincent Evans, who had previously served in Vice President Harris’s office before moving on to become the executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus, was listed as her point of contact in the White House visiting records in July 2021. (CBC).
Earlier this year, Brown’s organization tweeted that sheriffs should be defunded to “increase voter power.” A “Defund the Police 101 Teach-In” organized by Brown and two other anti-police spending activists took place in August 2020.
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“We asked his administration to prove its commitment to battling voter suppression and lay out a strategy to restore ballot access,” Brown stated in a press release regarding her meeting with Harris earlier this week after President Biden addressed the nation on voting rights. It was a significant step forward in the development of that approach today when we met with Vice President Harris.
Tylik McMillan, Al Sharpton’s National Action Network’s “National Director of Youth [and] College,” has also visited the Biden White House a defund the cop’s protester. According to White House visitor logs, he made four visits to the White House between April and December of last year.
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