Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron managed to leverage his connection to the death of Breonna Taylor into a primetime speaking spot at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night. 

Cameron has gained national recognition over the past four months due to criticism of his failure to arrest Sgt. Jon Mattingly and detectives Myles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison. The three officers fired 20 shots into Taylor's apartment and killed her in a botched March 13 raid. 

For months, millions of people across the world have signed petitions, protested and put up billboards asking for the officers to be fired, arrested and charged for Taylor's death.

But Cameron has refused, trotting out a litany of reasons why the investigation is taking so long and taking time to do everything but focus on the case.

Thousands of people online were appalled on Tuesday night when he had the gall to mention Taylor's name during his Republican National Convention speech. He later posted his speech on Twitter.

“In fact, it was Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, a future Republican president, who said democracy is a system that recognizes the equality of humans before the law. Whether you are the family of Breonna Taylor or David Dorn, these are the ideals that will heal our nation’s wounds,” Taylor told the Republican audience.

“Republicans will never turn a blind eye to unjust acts, but neither will we accept an all-out assault on Western civilization,” he added.

Cameron met with Taylor's family earlier this month and said the investigation was taking as long as it is because his office was awaiting the results of an FBI ballistics test, lab results and witness interviews, according to The Louisville Courier-Journal.

But on Tuesday, even Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said he was growing tired of Cameron's slow response to the killing.

“We still don't have an answer or the facts in the Breonna Taylor case either. And those that are weary, imagine what that family must feel like having to wait this long. We at least need an explanation of what steps still need to be done on the process side. We need some finality in this investigation. Miss Taylor’s family deserves the truth," Beshear said during a press conference. 

Oprah Winfrey, LeBron James, Cardi B and Beyoncé have all spoken out about Taylor's death and thousands online bashed Cameron for mentioning Taylor's name during his speech while having made little progress on her case. 

As Blavity has previously reported, Cameron has also faced criticism for doing everything but arresting the three officers who killed Taylor. 

Cameron seemingly got engaged on July 31 and has spent months battling Beshear over the governor's efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic. He sued Beshear over a mask mandate and has sought to limit actions the state can take to protect people from the virus, which has killed nearly 900 people in the state, infected almost 45,000 and caused about 5,000 people to be hospitalized. 

He also spent hours meeting with Kentucky football coaches and has had ample time to tweet endlessly about his opposition to the global protests against police brutality. 

Speaking of the Twitterverse, the disgust over Cameron's stunt was palpable. 

Following his speech at the Republican National Convention this week, he even hung out with U.S. Attorney General William Barr and palled around with leaders of the FBI.

But he did take time out on Sunday to remind the world that his office will not be making any announcements about Taylor's more than 5-month-old case anytime soon. 

"There are rumors circulating about an announcement on Tuesday regarding our investigation into the death of Ms. Taylor. The investigation remains ongoing, and our office does not plan to make an announcement this week," he wrote on Twitter.