Florida's Media Corps is Chasing Their Tails
No sooner than it was announced that Gov. Ron DeSantis was going to make another "major announcement" at the Broward County Courthouse, Florida Democrats and several Florida media reporters jumped to the conclusion that DeSantis was going to either fire or demote controversial Broward Supervisor of Elections Joe Scott.
What DeSantis did was announced the arrest of 20 individuals who illegally voted in the 2020 election.
That's it. Nothing more.
Where did they get he was going to can Scott?
DeSantis 'Debunker of Misinformation" and media BS, Christina Pushaw, stated," Nobody on the governor’s team talks to them, so they get their “scoops” from BlueAnon Twitter."
BTW, more arrests are expected as the Governor's new Election Integrity state agency is investigating all possible leads.
Meanwhile, this well-groomed and handsome publisher (ahahaha) had lunch with a group of FDLE officers that were out arresting those individuals in Fort Lauderdale.
The very yummy Whole Enchilada Mexican food joint hit the spot for everyone.
Biden's IRS to Train new Agents Like Navy SEALS
Yeah, that's not going to happen, but the IRS is spending all kinds of cash on stuff only special operations military personnel and law enforcement officers use—Night vision goggles.
Not only are night vision goggles being bought to fight, but other tactical gear is as well.
"Jackie Toledo Loses Campaign Manager to new Hillsborough State Attorney," by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"DeSantis Announced Arrests of 20 Illegal Voters in Florida," by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Fort Lauderdale—Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that his Florida Office of Election Crimes and Security and the Florida (ECSF)Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), have arrested 20 individuals for breaking Florida’s elections laws.
"Biden's Militarized IRS Buys up 'Night Vision' Goggles and 'Quick Reaction' Gear," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Apparently, Joe Biden's newly minted and militarized Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will enforce tax code by taking cues from espionage novelist Tom Clancy. While The Floridian has extensively covered the expansion of the IRS by 87,000 agents expected to use "deadly force, if necessary," a recent development makes the situation all the more ridiculous. And Representatives Brian Mast (R-FL-18) and Byron Donalds (R-FL-19) offer The Floridian their own opinions on the absurdity of turning the IRS into a paramilitary agency.
"Cammack: Inflation Reduction Act "Smoke and Mirrors," Border Crisis "Heartbreaking." by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Despite its signage into law, the Inflation Reduction Act continues to draw criticism from Republicans. Earlier this week, The Floridian covered Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis' appearance on Cavuto: Coast to Coast and his intentions to counter an expanded IRS. Thursday morning, Congresswoman Kat Cammack (R-FL-3) spoke with Mornings with Maria, calling the Inflation Reduction Act "Build Back Broke all over again, just in new packaging" and touches upon the border crisis.
"Donalds, Scott Believe Fentanyl Epidemic Caused by 'Open Border Policies'" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—Just a couple weeks ago, The Floridian posted a story regarding the fentanyl epidemic and Sen. Rick Scott’s (R-FL) plan to fix it. The introduction of fentanyl into the U.S. primarily through the southern border has turned into one of the greatest crises this nation has ever seen.
"Florida Police Chiefs Endorse Moody and Simpson," by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—This week, the Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) released two more endorsements. The FPCA has endorsed Senate President Wilton Simpson (R) in his bid for Agriculture Commissioner, and they have also endorsed Ashley Moody (R) in her reelection bid for Florida’s Attorney General.
"Illegal Immigrant Encounters at Southern Border Hit Record High," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—In anticipation of the Florida gubernatorial race, anti-DeSantis rhetoric has been revving up more heavily than ever. Now, actual legacy media polls are attempting to show that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is an extremist.
"Demings' Paid Security Tackles man to Ground," by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Although the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act is currently a major topic, the border crisis is becoming one again as well. The Biden administration's efforts to undue President Trump's border policies are being felt, and Florida representatives are speaking out.
"Scott: "Don't Work for Biden's IRS Army," by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich
"DeSantis Admin Hits Back at Mike Bloomberg Over Censorship Debate," by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Billionaire and former candidate for President, Mike Bloomberg (D), has blasted Governor DeSantis (R-FL) and the Florida Legislature for recent passing of education reforms, claiming Florida, "seeks to limit open debate," in schools.
"Florida Companies Tied to School Housing Illegal Immigrants," by The Floridian's Michelle Rosenberg
"Patronis: "Nobody Wants More IRS" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Amidst growing inflation and recession, the last thing Americans want to hear is the idea of expanding the IRS. Unfortunately, the Biden administration has done just that. While such an unwelcome move has garnered plenty of criticism, the state of Florida has decided to actually do something about it. On Monday, Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis outlines how the state of Florida will stand against a recently-expanded IRS.
"Florida Court Blocks Teen's Abortion Access on Account of Her Maturity," by The Floridian's Jim McCool—While Progressive Democrats believe that there is an attack on abortion access in Florida, so-called restrictive abortion laws are now taking effect after a Florida court blocked a teenage girl from getting an abortion.
"Florida Tourism Continues to Bounce Back," by News Service of Florida
"Bigotry Appears to Rear Head in Contentious Florida Republican Primary Race," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—The closer we get to the August 23 primary, election the deeper the hole Rep. Anthony Sabatini could be digging himself in his Republican congressional primary race.
"Will Miami Media Ignore Roger Waters’ Antisemitism?" by Senator Marco Rubio—Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters describes himself as “pro dialogue, pro peace, [and] anti authoritarian.” Maybe he should listen to his own music more, because he clearly can’t tell heaven from hell. Far from standing “in defense of Mistress Liberty,” Waters has become an advocate for antisemitism, Vladimir Putin’s imperialism, and the Chinese Communist Party’s genocide.
"Biden's Botched Afghanistan Withdrawal: One Year Later," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Today marks the one-year anniversary of Pres. Biden's infamous and disastrous decision to withdraw U.S. military troops from Afghanistan. The hasty evacuation left behind billions of dollars in equipment for the reemergent Taliban to take for themselves. What's worse is that a large number of Americans and Afghan allies remain in hostile territory.
"DeSantis Responds to Hochul's 'Florida is Overrated' Jewish Remark," by The Floridian's Michelle Rosenberg—New York Democrat Governor Kathy Hochul poked at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and advised against New York Jews relocating to Florida. Hochul was signing a Holocaust education bill and was just about to introduce a Holocaust survivor to take the podium when she stated, "I just want to say to the 1.77 million Jews who call New York home: Thank you for calling New York home. Don't go anywhere or to another state. Florida is overrated. I shouldn't say this but look at the governor. It starts at the top down."
"Castor Receives Call Praising her Inflation Reduction Bill Vote," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Having passed in the House, the Inflation Reduction Act continues to polarize Democrats and Republicans. Sunday evening, a giddy Rep. Kathy Castor (D-FL-14) took to Twitter to celebrate by posting a brief video attached to her tweet.
"Charlie Crist Says DeSantis's Base is 'Far-right', Polls Say Otherwise," by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Florida Democrats have remained persistent in branding Governor DeSantis (R-FL),and his legislation, "far-right." Now, US Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) is calling all of gov. DeSantis's Republican voting base of support, "far-right."
"Barbara Sharief and Lauren Book Senate Race Keeps Getting Uglier," by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Senate Minority Leader Lauren Book (D-35) has become arguably the most influential Democrat in Florida Politics. However, Broward County Commissioner and Mayor Barbara Sharief (D-35) is challenging Book's incumbency in State Senate District 35.
"Nikki Fried Affirms she Wants an Assault Weapons ban in Florida," by the Floridian's Javier Manjarres
Nikki Fried Says She's not a COVID Lockdown 'Extremist' [VIDEO]" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—FORT LAUDERDALE—Agriculture Commissioner and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried is once again asserting her opposition to any future mask and vaccination mandates, taking issue with being referred to as a lockdown extremist.
"'Dark Money' Expenditures Against Sabatini Could Point to President Trump," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich and Javier Manjarres
"Rubio: American Families are Under Attack," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Earlier this week, The Floridian posted a clip from the Netflix children's series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous in which two young women are shown kissing. This is just the most recent example of how left-wing elites seek to remodel American culture. On Friday, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) wrote a letter for the American Principles Project outlining the far-left cultural threat.
"Mike Waltz Tears into Democrats Claims US is in a Recession," by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Democrats have recently jammed controversial legislation through Congress to expand bureaucratic organizations, such as the IRS, while also attempting to fight inflation. US Congressman Mike Waltz (R-FL) is tearing into the recent moves made by his opposing party, and claiming the US is in a recession.
"Anthony Sabatini Lies About Voting for DeSantis's 2022 'Freedom First' Budget," by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Most people look forward to checking their mailboxes every day to see what may have been sent to them, but that may not be the case for controversial State Rep. Anthony Sabatini, who recently dodged a debate with six of his Republican congressional opponents in Oviedo, Florida.
"Florida Reps Continue Slamming IRS Expansion and "Deadly Force" Job Listing," by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—As the United States seeks to deal with the current recession, one provision of the Inflation Reduction Act has raised more than a few eyebrows. As reported by The Floridian, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will hire 87,000 new agents. More worryingly, one of the described duties featured in the now-deleted job listing says agents must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”
The JUICE is squeezed by Javier Manjarres, Jim McCool, and Daniel Molina