” It’s too little too late, he has actually been silent for two and a half months,” Stefanik informed “ Fox & Friends“
” But they are now talking about this due to the fact that they know that as voters are watching their TELEVISION screens and are concerned about the security and security in their neighborhood. This is going to turn into one of the essential choosing concerns as people head to the polls this November,” Stefanik stated.
The former vice president’s remarks came amid days of unrest in Kenosha after 29- year-old Blake, a Black man, was shot at close quarters by city policeman, leaving him partially incapacitated.
New video footage emerged Tuesday of the minutes prior to Blake was shot several times in the back by a White Wisconsin policeman as Blake attempted to get into his car. The video supposedly recorded Blake engaged in a struggle with a minimum of 2 Kenosha police officers and shows an officer appearing to try to limit him before he managed to get up and walk to the chauffeur’s- side door.
Stefanik stated polling of her district showed that criminal activity and law enforcement “continue to grow” as the significant issues for the November election. Stefanik said President Trump continues to poll “higher and higher” in her home district.
” It’s unfortunate that for the previous three and a half past years, we have actually only heard negativeness and there seems to be within the Beltway bubble that runs out touch with daily Americans,” she stated.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman added to this report.