Former Obama Cabinet Member Endorses Pro-Police Candidate
Arne Duncan was America's secretary of Education under President Obama.
He's also a very good basketball player, appearing in the NBA celebrity game nearly every season.
Anyway, as you may know, liberals have been going VERY soft on crime in recent years, hoping that this will make them appeal to people who frequently break the law. That's why BLM riots ran so rampant in 2020 despite there being COVID lockdowns across America at the time.
Liberals are willing to bend the law for anyone willing to vote for them.
Duncan recently came out and shocked America by saying that needed to stop. In fact, he's going so far as to endorse a tough-on-crime candidate to be the next mayor of Chicago.
He did compliment progressive candidate Brandon Johnson, but ultimately endorsed Paul Vallas because of his law-and-order priorities.
"I salute Johnson’s courage for running. I agree with his broad commitment to ‘invest in people.’ If he wins, I am 100% committed to helping him succeed. We all have to unite behind the next mayor no matter who wins on April 4," Duncan said. "But, given the desperate need to reform CPD, tell police the truth and hold them accountable, Vallas is our best hope for a safer Chicago."
Hopefully other liberals wake up and follow suit.