U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s wife is caught on tape just days before the election admitting her husband can defund police, but cautions he has to do it quietly because the movement is too political.

That’s how it’s done in D.C., she explains.

Oh, and she hopes President Biden doesn’t run for reelection — probably because of that crack he made while in Colorado a few weeks ago about Bennet only being an environmentalist so his wife would sleep with him.

These and other embarrassing moments for Bennet’s wife, Susan Daggett, were caught on tape Thursday by a group called Accuracy in Media.

Daggett said: “Michael would say that calling it ‘defund the police’ is not the smartest move at the outset, because that is not really what we are talking about, but you know, everything is partisan, right? Anything that can become a wedge issue is these days, and so probably the smartest thing is to try to take the temperature down. And you know, just quietly… the most successful efforts in Washington D.C. are the ones that you never see on the front page of the paper. Things that nobody is talking about, and that’s where the success happens … let the temperatures come down and then quietly allocate some funding to mental health, right?”

She goes on to say: “There are strategic ways to do it that would be just as effective, but, you know, not raise the flag.”

Watch it here:

It’s interesting she wouldn’t rule out another presidential run by Bennet. He dropped out of the 2020 race after failing to ever get above 4% of support from the American people.

Colorado voters should take a lesson from that national reality check and reexamine their support of a family who thinks public service is served best behind closed doors because it’s just too political for the public to know about it.

Bennet’s office has received a copy of the video but has so far declined to comment.