On multiple instances, members of Biden’s staff have conferred with anti-police activists.
White House visitor logs obtained by the media that President Biden’s administration has covertly maintained contact with some of the major elements that are behind the far-left movement. This is even though the administration of President Biden has maintained a public distance from the “defund the cops” campaign.
White House visitor logs indicate that during the past year, several people who are opposed to funding for law enforcement agencies have traveled to the Biden White House and had conversations with top members of the administration.
Despite his rhetoric in support of law enforcement, President Biden has mostly filled his cabinet with leftists who are in favor of the drive to defund law enforcement.
At the end of May, he signed a major executive order for police reform, which elicited a variety of responses from the various groups within the police force.
And it would appear that anti-police protesters have had a direct line of communication open with the White House throughout this entire ordeal.
Rashad Robinson, the president of the left-wing racial justice group Color of Change, paid a visit to the White House last summer for what appeared to be a meeting with Cedric Richmond, a top Biden adviser who recently resigned as the director of public engagement. Robinson’s visit came shortly after Richmond resigned his position as the director of public engagement. Robinson’s visit occurred not long after Richmond resigned from his post as director of public engagement, which was immediately before Robinson’s arrival.
One of the most outspoken supporters of the elimination of financing for the police is a group that goes by the name Color of Change. George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center was given $500,000 by Soros’ Open Society Policy Center to sponsor an attempt that was unsuccessful to “dismantle” and replace the Minneapolis Police Department in 2021.