With Rick Scott using his taxpayer-funded trip to promote his campaign and traveling abroad while a storm moves north in the Gulf, Florida Democratic Party spokesman Sebastian Kitchen released this statement: “Rick Scott’s self-serving priorities could not be any clearer as he travels abroad at taxpayer expense touting his campaign while the National Hurricane Center…
In response to Rick Scott’s refusal to attend tonight’s CNN town hall on gun safety, Florida Democratic Party Spokesperson Caroline Rowland issued the following statement: “Rick Scott’s refusal to join survivors, students, parents, teachers and Floridians at tonight’s discussion shows how afraid he is to explain his long record of opposing common-sense gun safety measures. He can’t defend…
Scott called for “thoughts and prayers” as news of the shooting emerged, and Rubio sent off a tweet calling the shooting an event “you pray never comes.” But both men have a history of coziness with gun advocates, receiving “A+” ratings and endorsements from the National Rifle Association ahead of their respective elections in 2014 and 2016.
…words that best describe the president’s first year in office, 38 percent responded with “disgusted” and 24 percent said “scared,” the top two results
While the Florida Democratic Party forcefully condemns these remarks, the silence from so-called “leaders” within the GOP such as Commissioner Putnam and Congressman DeSantis has been just as alarming as it has been deafening.”
Chairman of Lee County’s Democratic Party, Yoseph Tedros, called the video a reflection of how many voters are feeling.
“People are nervous about this president. He’s very unconventional. It’s making people nervous,” said Tedros.
Republicans in Washington seemed near panic Thursday in the light of a news report in which four women said Roy S. Moore, the Republican nominee for a United States Senate seat in Alabama and an evangelical Christian, had made sexual or romantic overtures to them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
Six women who work in Florida’s Capitol say the state Senate’s powerful budget chairman, Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack Latvala, has inappropriately touched them without their consent or uttered demeaning remarks about their bodies.
Donald Trump this weekend managed to unite NFL players and their embattled commissioner, pick a fight with the NBA and get called “U bum” by LeBron James — all over player activism, race and police brutality.
On the heels of Governor Rick Scott’s refusal to condemn Donald Trump’s defense of white supremacists and Neo-Nazi’s in Charlottesville, a new report reveals Scott echoed President Trump’s reprehensible comments