The 8th annual Everglades Action Day is upon us and will be held on February 11th in Tallahassee, Florida to bring awareness to the state’s fragile Everglades ecosystem.
Florida’s Everglades Coalition, which includes the Everglades Foundation and Everglades Trust, is sponsoring the event aimed to lobby state legislators about keeping this issue a top priority throughout the 2020 legislative session.
The Everglades Coalition also includes the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), the national group that has received money from billionaire George Soros’ Tides Foundation and has sued President Donald Trump 179 times since he took office, will also be in attendance.
Let me repeat. The CBD has sued President Trump 179 times.
Florida Army National Guardsman and Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini (R), who is considered one of the state's rising conservative stars, isn’t expected to receive the CBD with open arms when they descend upon the state capitol to try to influence the Republican-led state legislature.
Sabatini told The Floridian that the CBD was nothing more than a “radical left” organization that more interested in abusing the courts for their selfish political agenda.
“The abuse of the court system for political ends is nothing new for the radical left,” said Sabatini “Although this level of court abuse may be a new low for the Never Trump fringe.”
Sabatini may not be alone as other conservative state representatives like Majority Leader Dane Eagle, Bob Rommel, and Byron Donalds have already voiced their opposition to groups like the CBD and will most likely not engage the group.