Florida Politics This Week
The Florida Connection
No matter what it is, there is always a connection to Florida. Whether it is voter fraud, a mass shooting, and this time the suspicious packages that were sent to former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, former President Barack Obama at his home in Washington, D.C., former Vice President Joe Biden, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), and former CIA Director John Brennan via CNN’s New York City offices.
Each package had a return address to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz from Sunrise, Florida, so the package that was addressed incorrectly to former Attorney General Eric Holden was returned to her office.
The packages it seems all came out of Miami through one postal service facility. This morning it has been confirmed that Senator Cory Booker also received a mail bomb.
I’ve had to update this post within minutes of publishing it to add former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who also received a mail bomb.
Milo Yiannopoulos who has been banned permanently on Twitter, posted this week on his Instagram account that it was a shame the bombs did not go off.
President Trump is coming to Florida to campaign for mini-me, Ron DeSantis. Trust me, look at his campaign ads to prove that statement where he is building a wall with toy bricks with his toddler son and reading him Trump stories.
It’s unlikely that Governor Rick Scott will join the rally since rumor is Florida’s governor has asked Trump’s campaign to keep their distance, unlike DeSantis whose entire platform is being a carbon copy of President Trump.
Racists Believe He is a Racist
Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum said in a debate against Ron DeSantis that racists believe DeSantis is a racist. He is in case Gillum wasn’t clear enough for you.
Of course, DeSantis is focusing on the investigation with the Florida Ethics Commission that Gillum received tickets to the show Hamilton from an FBI agent, much to do about nothing.
Supporters of mini-me will focus on tickets worth a couple of hundred dollars while the President skipped out on $400 million in inheritance taxes. Then they say that proves he’s a great businessman. Committing felonies doesn’t make you an excellent businessman. If so, I guess Pablo Escobar would be the greatest businessman ever.
More Racism Against Gillum
When Gillum got the nominee for Governor candidate of Florida, the next day DeSantis was on Fox News saying not to “monkey this up.” Shortly thereafter, came the racist robo-calls which are back.
Road to Power, a white supremacist group from Idaho, is back at it again. This time:
“Well hello there. I is the negro Andrew Gillum, and I be asking you to make me governor of this here state of Florida.”
A monkey can be heard making noises in the background.
How pathetic are these clowns that they don’t wish to win an election fairly. Hell, they aren’t even located in Florida.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Are you a racist and want to donate to DeSantis’ campaign for Governor? Your’re money is good here.
If you don’t see the red lights flashing “warning” on Ron DeSantis being a racist, then you have your eyes closed.
Now, the Washington Post is reporting that DeSantis spoke four times at a conference organized by conservative activist David Horowitz at the annual David Horowitz Freedom Center Restoration Weekend.
Racism is alive and well in my home state of Florida. Just after the primaries were decided in Florida, the Republican nominee Ron DeSantis comes out and says let’s not “monkey this up” in an interview with Fox.
I will start off by saying I apologize to the African-American community because I cannot believe in 2018, ignorance and racism still rule supreme in this country.
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