James Carville calls ‘Defund the Police’ a ‘terrible drag’ for the Democratic Party

James Carville calls 'Defund the Police' a 'terrible drag' for the Democratic Party


Veteran Democrat James Carville lambasted the “Defund the Police” movement – calling it “a terrible drag” for his party.

Carville laid the criticism in an interview this week with Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, where he also expressed concern about the outcome of future elections due to the Democratic Party’s focus on politics. identity and culture cancellation.

“It’s the thing that worries me the most,” Carville told Kristol of the issue making headlines.

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“They are always trying to get someone fired. They are outraged at someone all the time. And that exhausts people,” he said.

“They are always trying to get someone fired. They are outraged at someone all the time. And that exhausts people.”

– James Carville

James Carville is seen on October 16, 2007 in New York City.  (Mark Von Holden / WireImage)

James Carville is seen on October 16, 2007 in New York City. (Mark Von Holden / WireImage)

Carville praised President Joe Biden for sticking to his own agenda.

“Biden doesn’t get involved in any of this and I think it’s smart. He keeps talking about what he’s talking about and I think it’s smart because once you get trained in it they’re like , they never stop. “

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He also claimed that the ultra-liberal academia – what he slyly called the “English faculty at Amhurst” – wields too much influence over the Democratic Party.

“They really do. They come up with all these different things and when people see that they don’t like it because it’s not what their life is,” he said.

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