MIAMI, FLA. — The Marco Rubio for Senate campaign released its first TV ad of the cycle today featuring members of Florida law enforcement.
“Val Demings went to Washington and abandoned the men and women who serve in law enforcement, calling Defunding the Police ‘thoughtful’ and violent riots ‘a beautiful sight.’ In voting with Nancy Pelosi and for Biden’s disastrous agenda 100% of the time, Demings proved she cares more about following the lead of Democrats in Washington than she does fighting for Floridians’ interests,” said Elizabeth Gregory, communications director for Marco Rubio for Senate.
Rubio has been endorsed by a bipartisan group of 55 of Florida’s 66 elected Sheriffs, the Florida Police Chiefs Association, the Florida Police Benevolent Association, and the Florida Fraternal Order of Police.
Click below or HERE to watch the ad, “Maybe.”
Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith: Val Demings turned her back on law enforcement.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey: Demings votes with Pelosi 100% of the time.
FOP President Steve Zona: 100%.
Smith: She called abolishing the police “thoughtful.”
Ivey: Demings said violent riots were a “beautiful sight.” Instead of voting to condemn radicals who want to abolish police…
Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods: Demings refused.
Zona: That’s not just wrong. It’s dangerous.
Woods: Maybe she used to be a cop…
Smith: But in Washington, Val Demings is just another radical rubber stamp.