THE FLORIDIAN – Florida’s Daily Political Read – 7.3.2019- Trump Accused of ‘Violent Oppression” Of Media – Democrat Wants To ‘Prosecute” Those That Make Fun of Congress
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THE FLORIDIAN – Florida’s Daily Political Read – 7.3.2019- Trump Accused of ‘Violent Oppression” Of Media – Democrat Wants To ‘Prosecute” Those That Make Fun of Congress




After the first two Democratic presidential debate, it’s clear that frontrunner Vice President Joe Biden has his hands full, and is in real jeopardy of dropping to second, third, or even fourth in the poll positions.

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Sen. Kamala Harris is surging, having received a huge fundraising and poll bump after he stellar debate performance.

The problem Democrats will have is how will they turn back to the center once their presidential nominee is picked.

All of the candidates are running on a very progressive, socialistic platform.

Meanwhile, some Democrats are still trying to blame Trump for all of the border crossing deaths and tragedies. Read More

Oh, and let’s not forget the massive $105 million campaign haul Trump just brought in…Read more


Rep. Schiff calls Trump an “unethical president” by HISPOLITICA

As Democrats look for a candidate that will face President Trump in the 2020 Presidential election, the party is using momentum gained from the debates to hit President Trump. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA)…


Democrats outraged after visiting Texas detention center” by HISPOLITICA

A Democratic congressional delegation visited the El Paso detention center, where according to them, the detainees were being held in subpar conditions, and in the words of one member of congress, female detainees were told to drink water from the toilet…


House Democrat wants to “prosecute” those “making fun” members of Congress by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Florida Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson is angry over hearing that Border Patrol agents were part of a Facebook group that mocked and belittled members of Congress, and has called for those a criminal remedy to address the issue.

Scott doubts Trump-China deal will happen by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Scott says the deal isn’t going to happen between Trump and China


Wasserman Schultz opposes national fetus rights laws by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Democrats believe these laws are racist and target only minorities


Trump pauses China tariffs, but will businesses still feel the pressure? by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Tariff’s aren’t good in the long term, but effective negotiating tools


Senator Scott Says no More Foreign Aid for China by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina

Sen. Scott wants to end aid to China because…


Demings says Trump supports “violent oppression” against media by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Trump accused of wanting Putin to persecute Russian media


Rick Scott concerned over Trump’s Huawei restrictions reversalby The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres

Both Scott and Rubio are concerned, Rubio even threatened Trump…

Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D) is congratulating the U.S. Women’s World Cup Team after defeating England in their Semi-final match. England caught all the bad breaks, and should have won the match.

Rep. Brian Mast (R) may face a tough primary challenge in 2020.

Fired Broward Sheriff Israel to run again in 2020 by News Service of Florida

Scott Israel isn’t going away anytime soon. The former Sheriff wants his job back!


Lawsuits filed against FL’s felon’s rights law by News Service of Florida

Gov. Ron DeSantis takes a bow after the federal government invests $16 million in the Florida Keys Community College of Key West to build a new workforce training facility.


We don’t know for sure if CFO Jimmy Patronis was driving as he tweeted a reminder to Floridians that texting while driving was illegal, and some tips on the proper use of fireworks this 4th of July.


Like Patronis, AG Commissioner Nikki Fried is reminding us to be mindful of fireworks his 4th of July, and to keep on eye on campfires and BBQ’s.


Attorney General Ashley Moody >> “A Florida man is now behind bars after trying to engage in human trafficking through an online advertisement. My office will continue to work with law enforcement to catch human traffickers and punish those responsible.”


President Donald Trump @realDonaldTrump

Iran was violating the 150 Billion Dollar (plus 1.8 Billion Dollar in CASH) Nuclear Deal with the United States, and others who paid NOTHING, long before I became President – and they have now breached their stockpile limit. Not good!

Adam Schiff @RepAdamSchiff

Foreign policy is not a photo-op. It’s not reality TV. It takes hard work, planning, and perseverance.

Since Trump first met Kim, North Korea’s nuclear program has grown. Now, he has again aggrandized a ruthless dictator, for nothing in return.

He has been played by Kim. Again.

Florida’s new immigration law one of the strictest by Telemundo

The new Florida immigration law, the third state with the most undocumented in the US, is already in force. It is one of the strictest against the “sanctuary” cities , which are those that refuse to collaborate actively with the federal migration authorities in the process of deportation of people in an irregular situation.

This law, SB-168, prohibits the existence of these more protective sites for immigrants, although there is no jurisdiction that has been declared as such in Florida. The norm goes even further, because it requires all state agencies, municipal governments and police departments to implement the federal immigration law and also to work with agencies such as the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE, for its acronyms in English) to stop and deport immigrants.


Trump shoos the power of the government to affect the future of migrants by Telemundo

 WASHINGTON – The federal government published a “final rule” on Tuesday that will give Attorney General William Barr more power to shape immigration policy, especially regarding asylum cases filed with the Board of Migration Appeals (BIA). , by its acronym in English).

The final regulation was prepared by the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) of the Department of Justice, and will enter into force on September 3. The document, which actually reactivates a regulation of 2008, basically allows the attorney general to designate certain decisions issued by the BIA to set a precedent in the immigration laws.

The regulation is the product of an extensive review of the process of adjudicating cases in the Immigration courts, initiated in 2006 by the then attorney general, Alberto Gonzales, during the Bush Administration.



Rep. Matt Gaetz @RepMattGaetz

We must look at what potential pollutants there are in the Mueller Report regarding political bias. The work of the Inspector General and Attorney General Barr is critical – we need to find out who is responsible for this terrible lie told to the American people for two years.


Debbie Wasserman Schultz @DWStweets

This was always an intentional effort by the Trump administration to suppress the political power of immigrant communities. Court cases, organizing, and Congressional oversight helped stop this dangerous initiative.

Florida cop accused of planting drugs during traffic stops by Rare

A Florida police officer is now under fire after disturbing body camera footage shows him planting drugs in a woman’s car and arresting her. Shortly after Sheriff Deputy Zachary Wester allegedly did the same to over 100 other victims, leading to 10 arrests. According to reports Wester was fired from his job and a criminal investigation is now under works by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. No criminal charges have been filed at this time but some victims are reportedly being subpoenaed for interviews in connection with the investigation.

Mary Maddox, a Tallahassee attorney who is representing victims in cases against the officer, said she was working with 30 individuals who fell under the officer’s dirty work. The officer’s behavior might have been unnoticed if it wasn’t an assistant State Attorney, who is responsible for reviewing evidence before filing charges and several arrests categories, which includes drug possession…



Biden keep slipping. The latest Quinnipiac Poll has Kamala Harris trailing him by only 2-points. 2-points!

Buttigieg, Warren and O’Rourke, have also climbed a bit


Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist. Diverse New Media, Corp. publishes,,, and He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking.Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics.Learn more at www.brownpeople.orgEmail him at [email protected]