The FBI investigation should concern every voter in Florida because it’s a pattern of lapse of ethics, lapse of morals, and lapse of leadership.
With the polls being tight as can be in Florida’s hotly contested gubernatorial race, it appears as if Democrat Andrew Gillum has begun to trend down while Republican DeSantis is surging a bit.
One of the reason why Gillum’s campaign could be hurting a bit is DeSantis’ full frontal attack on him about the ongoing FBI corruption investigation that has loomed over his campaign.
Gillum in turn has been trying to frame DeSantis as racist because he has not returned a donation from an individual who use racial slurs in the past. Gillum says that there is a trend of racism that trails DeSantis.
During last week’s final debate between the two men, Gillum stated the following:
“I’m not calling Mr. DeSantis a racist. I’m saying the racists believe he’s a racist.”-Andrew Gillum
When we asked DeSantis’ Lt. Governor running mate about Gillum’s ‘race card’ play, state Rep. Jeanette Nunez said that “voters see right through” Gillum, adding that “laws apply to everyone,” including their Democratic opponent.
“I think Ron DeSantis said it best, this is not about black or white, this is about right and wrong, and laws apply to everyone. It doesn’t matter who you are, what nationality, what religion, that laws apply to everyone,” said Nunez.
The FBI investigation should concern every voter in Florida because it’s a pattern of lapse of ethics, lapse of morals, and lapse of leadership. – Rep. Jeanette Nunez