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The Democrat had been caught flat-footed in the first debate when the topic moved to crime, with Moores relentlessly pointing out her praise of the BREATHE Act, a Black Lives Matter proposal to kill federal law enforcement grants. She once again moved past that specific topic; her campaign told The Post last week that she would not support the BREATHE Act if it wasn’t good for the state.
“Crime, obviously, is one of the top issues in our city,” Stansbury said, emphasizing that she had increased public safety funding and, after a prompt, describing the aftermath of a break-in at her home.
Moores hit back, emphasizing that the BREATHE Act would eventually abolish federal prison — “Think about who’s in prison right now. El Chapo. The Unabomber” — and pointing to a man named Sam, the husband of a murder victim, in the audience.
“I think Sam deserves an answer,” Moores said. “He is very concerned about your sanctuary policies and your willingness to defund prisons.”
After a pause, when it was unclear whether Stansbury was responding to the moderator or Moores’s guest, she said she was sorry for his loss and would talk to him when the debate was over. But a full quarter of the debate time was spent discussing crime, which helped Moores emphasize the issue that he believes can win over swing voters in a seat that has drifted far away from the GOP.