Project Veritas Action has released a new video that appears to reveal Senate candidate Raphael Warnock’s staff admitting to misleading voters of Warnock’s intentions to defund the police.
After several months of investigating, Project Veritas obtained clips reportedly of Warnock’s Campaign Finance Assistant Derrick Bhole and Director of Small Business Engagement Sasha Williams.
According to the clips, Bhole said the campaign avoids using the term “defund the police” despite Warnock likely pursuing the policy if elected.
“So he avoids using defund the police because he knows that Republicans are going to try to grab onto it and attack, right? But in reality, his whole platform with police reform is along the lines of the same people who are saying defund the police,” Bhole said, according to Project Veritas.
Warnock, who is seeking to replace Kelly Loeffler in one of the two Senate runoff elections taking place in Georgia on Tuesday, has denied that he supports defunding the police.
Williams, who can seemingly be heard in the clip saying “most [cops] are bad,” also insults white Georgia voters.
“Police officers are not all good, you know what I’m saying? Most of them are bad, we know that,” Williams said in the video, according to Project Veritas.
Williams reportedly continued, “In the areas that are still rural and red, they’re getting hostile. There’s a lot of tension in those areas. They’re using intimidation. You know all the old school tricks of the ’60s and ’70s.”
The journalist in the video said, “We call that white people stuff.”
“Yes. Yes. Yes. One hundred percent. One hundred percent,” Williams replied, according to the video.
Watch the full video here:
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BREAKING: San Francisco removes Chesa Boudin in historic recall.
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) June 8, 2022
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