Hurricane Recovery at a Fast Pace
The State of Florida is making great strides in helping Floridians recover from the devastation Hurricane Ian left in its wake.
FDOT has already made tremendous progress on the temporary bridge to Pine Island,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “Now, I’ve asked them to work with Lee County to immediately begin work to provide temporary access and begin repairs to the Sanibel Causeway. Access to our barrier islands is a priority for our first responders and emergency services who have been working day and night to bring relief to all Floridians affected by Hurricane Ian.”
According to an Executive Office press release, recovery efforts are in full swing in the hardest hit counties of Lee and Charlotte:
· All Lee County hospitals are open and operational.
· A mobile, public fueling station opened today in Lee County at the Stars Complex to provide fuel for vehicles and gas cans for generators to impacted residents.
· Area Agency on Aging service providers in Charlotte and Lee counties have resumed delivering meals to home-delivery clients. These are shelf stable meals to ensure those without power can store them. Providers are also delivering hygiene products that were donated by organizations in Central Florida.
· All accessible bridges have been inspected in Lee and Charlotte counties. FDOT continues to assist with inspections on locally-owned bridges.
· 98% of cut and toss operations are complete in Lee County.
· Debris removal has begun, most heavily focused in Southwest Florida.
· U.S. 17 through Wauchula to Arcadia, has now been cleared and was reopened last night, Oct. 3, a major thoroughfare through the area.
· DOE has deployed staff to visit Charlotte County to further assess damages and provide assistance with reopening.
· The School District of Miami-Dade County has dispatched an experienced emergency operations expert to assist Lee County School District as they work to reopen schools.
· FDLE is establishing an additional base camp in Lee County providing housing, food, showers and laundry services are available for U.S. Coast Guard members deployed in post hurricane response
A boil water order is still in effect in many areas within the two counties.
Show me the Donations
First Lady Casey DeSantis, who is spearheading the Florida Disaster Fund, has announced that in less than a week, $35 million has been raised to help Floridians recover from the storm.
“The support for Florida has been incredible and the Governor and I are appreciative for help from across the country,” said First Lady Casey DeSantis.
“As we’ve traveled the state to assess damage, we’ve encountered resilient and strong Floridians who are ready to get back to normal. This $35 million will help with those recovery and rebuilding efforts.”
The Rising Death Toll
The death toll in Southwest Florida stands at 87 with many of those deaths being attributed to individuals who ignored evacuation warnings and refused to leave their homes prior to the storm making landfall. READ MORE
Debunking a False Media Narrative
It’s been reported that whenever Gov. DeSantis is on the ground, all operations in that respective area are ceased.
This is not true, and DeSantis himself has said so.
Now the proof that both state and civil rescue operations have not ceased as a result of DeSantis being in the area has come out.
A resident of DeSoto county claimed that her efforts to help Floridians stopped because of DeSantis.
The truth is, they didn’t and now there are images showing an actual DeSantis staffer helping this woman load supplies onto a boat used to distribute those supplies. READ MORE
Casey DeSantis-It was inspiring to see the strength and generosity of Southwest Florida's Jewish community today at Chabad in Fort Myers where hurricane relief and preparations for Yom Kippur were both underway.
I hope all of our Jewish friends have an easy and meaningful fast tomorrow.
"Steube Says Hurricane Ian's Death Toll Potentially Higher" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich
"Mast Wants Answers Concerning Fauci Greenlit Dog Experiments," by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich
"Photos Further Debunk Claims of Recovery Efforts Stalling Because of DeSantis" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Mason-Dixon Polling Shows Rubio Ahead of Demings by 6 Points" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—The Senate race between incumbent Marco Rubio (R) and challenger Rep. Val Demings (D) has been tight, but now it appears as if Sen. Rubio is creating some distance between himself and Rep. Demings. According to the latest Mason-Dixon poll, Senator Rubio is ahead 47% to Demings' 41%.
"Val Demings Calls for Special Legislative Session Following Hurricane Ian" by the Floridian's Daniel Molina
"Claim that DeSantis Stopped Hurricane Supply Effort is Debunked" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—As water levels continue to rise throughout Florida as a result of Hurricane Ian, Florida Democrats have not missed any opportunity to politicize the natural disaster and push the apparent false narrative that Gov. Ron DeSantis had rescue operations paused because he was on the ground accessing the damage in Arcadia, Florida.
"Florida's Gas Tax Holiday Takes Effect for Month of October" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—With gas prices still well above 3 dollars a gallon ($3.255 on average in Florida), many Floridians are still feeling the effects of the national fuel hike in their wallets. However, it just so happens that during the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state of Florida enacted a gas tax holiday for the month of October.
"DeSantis Pressed on Lee County Evacuation Order" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has been running around the state at a break-neck speed since Hurricane Ian hit the state last week. Yesterday, The Floridian was able to receive comments from DeSantis about operations in Arcadia, including the POD program's effectiveness.
"DeSantis Refuses Recovery Efforts Stopping While He Visits" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—With Hurricane Ian now behind us, recovery and rebuilding efforts have made headway. Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has been crisscrossing the state, supervising and aiding while providing updates. A video surfaced Sunday showing Gov. DeSantis cooking breakfast for first responders in Punta Gorda, after which he held a press conference in Arcadia.
"DeSantis Warns Potential Hurricane Looters They Could be Shot" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
Progressive, Legacy Media Try to Blame DeSantis for Hurricane's 'Catastrophic Consequences'" by The Floridian's—It was only a matter of time before legacy media outlets like the New York Times and progressive media publishers like Peter Schorsch tried to blame Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for the destruction caused by Hurricane Ian.
"Val Demings Fundraises as Floridians Struggle to Recover From Hurricane" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamonte—US Representative Val Demings sent out three campaign fundraising texts to Floridians shortly after Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida.
"FSU Football Players Start GoFundMe for Hurricane Ian Relief" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—Since the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) authorized college athletes to be able to make money off their name, image, and likeness (commonly known as NIL), some have used their platform to profit for themselves as an amateur, but others have used the rule change to make lasting impacts in the community.
"Gov. DeSantis Updates Florida on Hurricane Ian Recovery" by The Floridian's Jim McCool
"Scott, Rubio Write to Appropriations Committee Following Hurricane Ian" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As Florida deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Senators Rick Scott (R-FL) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) are requesting more funding for the state on top of the 100% price match that President Joe Biden (D) agreed to just a few days ago.
"Cammack Slams Biden Administration for Emptying SPR as Florida Recovers" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich
"Disaster Aid to Expand in Ian’s Aftermath" by News Service of Florida
"Missiles Fly as Vice President Kamala Harris Departs South Korea" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamonte—On Thursday, North Korea reacted to Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to the Korean Peninsula by launching several short-range ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan.
"Crist Says 'No Time for Politics" After Hurricane, but Still Campaigns Against DeSantis" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—It’s all hands on deck in Florida as recovery efforts from Hurricane Ian continue, and as Charlie Crist recently said, there is “not time, obviously for any kind of politics,” or is there?
"Exclusive: DeSantis Assesses Hurricane Damage in Southwest Florida" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina
"Gov. DeSantis Announces Search and Rescue Missions Across Florida" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—After Hurricane Ian destroyed large parts of Southwest Florida, leaders in Tallahassee, Florida are responding quickly. Today, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) announced the thorough search and rescue missions that have been underway since early Thursday morning.
"DeSantis Issues Hurricane Update in Punta Gorda" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has joined others to provide an update on Hurricane Ian. The update was delivered in Punta Gorda as the hurricane continues to affect Floridians, and joining him in speaking were First Lady Casey DeSantis (R) and Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis (R) among others.
"Harris Mistakenly Says US Allied with North Korea" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Vice President Kamala Harris's speaking style has gained notoriety and has become a favorite point of mockery for Republicans and Conservatives. In the most recent instance, Harris says the United States "has a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea."
"Miami Resuming Operation as State Recovers" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida lawmakers are responding to the devastation of Hurricane Ian as the winds have subsided to 65 mph. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announced that the City of Miami would be resuming its normal operations, while also providing an update on what the city would be doing to ensure the safety of its citizens. At the state level, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) provided an update, discussing power outages and flooding affecting Floridians throughout the state.
"President Biden Looks for Deceased Congresswoman at White House Conference" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamont
"DeSantis Requests Biden Approve Major Disaster Declaration, Pledge Full Federal Cost Share for Hurricane Ian's Damages" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamonte—Governor Ron DeSantis’ Press Office has officially requested President Biden approve Major Disaster Declaration and commit himself to 100 Percent Federal Cost Share for Hurricane Ian’s disastrous consequences.
"Democrat Alan Cohn Deletes Radical Views from Congressional Campaign Website" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—Election Day is getting closer by the minute and congressional candidates are making strides to get every last vote they can, whether that means going door-to-door, sending out mail, or completely erasing former views on your campaign website.
"Democrat Bagga Responds to Attack Mailer Put Out by Fred Hawkins" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich —Despite Hurricane Ian being the biggest news in Florida this week, there is still time for midterm election coverage. District 35 for the Florida House has just generated its own share of news. On Monday, Democratic nominee Rishi Bagga tweeted a response to an attack mailer put out by his Republican opponent Rep.Fred Hawkins. Bagga calls the allegations "so bad we got a good laugh." The mailer calls Bagga "really radical" and claims he is in favor of allowing non-citizens to vote, in favor of releasing criminals, and is against term limits.
"DeSantis Activates Florida's Critical Disaster Relief Fundraising Effort" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Democrat Charlie Crist Fundraises Hours Before Deadly Storm Hits Florida" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"DeSantis Shuts Down Reporter Trying to Politicize Ian at Press Conference" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich —Politico has seemingly politicized Hurricane Ian as it closed in on Florida. A few short hours after the post was published, a reporter at Gov. DeSantis' press conference last night decided to politicize it again. The journalist says concern raises over Florida's supposedly "lax" hurricane response, which DeSantis immediately shuts down. "Stop politicizing it," he demands from the journalist.
"Hurricane Stirs up Political Storm as Democrats Attempt to Harness it to Attack DeSantis" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamonte—As Hurricane Ian makes landfall on the Western Coast of Florida, Democrats throughout the state have used the impending catastrophe to criticize Governor Ron DeSantis’ administration.
"Christina Pushaw and Rep. Andrade Accuse POLITICO of Politicizing Hurricane Ian" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich
"Rene Garcia Pushes Cashless Zones Legislation" by The Floridian's Jim McCool
"Residents Urged to Evacuate From 'Vulnerable' Areas" by News Service of Florida's Jim Turner
"DeSantis Warns Floridians to 'Prepare for Impact' From Monster Hurricane" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Wednesday live updates: Hurricane Ian, now a Category 4, will hit Florida today" by The Tampa Bay Times' Christopher Spata
"Florida Democrats Expected to Support Cuba's Legalizing of Same-Sex Marriage" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich
"Florida Elected Officials Unite in Preparation for Hurricane Ian" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Hurricane Ian is blowing its way to Florida, expecting to make landfall this mid-to-late this week. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has already declared a state of emergency for all 67 Counties and called for the deployment of 2,500 National Guard. Monday morning, Gov. DeSantis tweeted a reminder to Floridians to have proper preparation and supplies ready for the coming days.
"Progressive Carlos Smith Voted for DeSantis's Budget While Voting Against Anti-Socialism Bill" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—In one of Florida’s most competitive swing State House seats in the 2020 midterm election (HD 37), Progressive Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (D) has come out swinging against his Republican opponent Susan Placensia over accusations she has made against him in a campaign mailer.
"Gallego Calls Salazar "Hypocritical" Despite Lacking Evidence" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—The Hispanic and Latino community is becoming contentious voting demographic in the 2022 midterms. Thursday, Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (R-FL-27) tweeted that "Hispanics are law-abiding, God-fearing, hardworking people" who are "rejecting the extremist, socialist policies of the radical Democrats."
"Joe Biden Alleges Congressional Republicans Will Jail Doctors for Doing Their Jobs" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Last week, Charlie Crist's pick for Lieutenant Governor Karla Hernandez-Mats mockingly compared the Florida legislature to special education students. She describes herself as trained to work with emotionally handicapped students, thus is qualified to deal with the "dysfunctional" legislature.
"Kat Cammack Introduced JASON Act, Looks to Curb Illegal Immigration" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As the nation debates whether the southern border is secure, a Republican member of Congress from Florida has brought forth legislation in hopes to curb entry of undocumented immigrants in the case of a mass influx scenario. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) introduced the Justified Action for Securing Our Nation (JASON) Act.
"Rubio Sends Letter to Blinken, Yellen Demanding Sanctions on North Korea" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As the world watches statesmen navigate the geopolitical issues that concern the United States such as our relations (or lack thereof) between nations such as China and Russia, many forget to include North Korea and the threat it poses to countries around the globe. However, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) alongside Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) sent a letter to Secretary of State Tony Blinken as well as the Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen...
"Republican Leaders Appear to Side with DeSantis over Trump in Potential 2024 Matchup" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Rick Scott Demands Biden Prosecute Iranian President Raisi for Assassination Plots Against US Citizens" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—As the Islamic Republic of Iran’s government continues cracking down on protestors, killing many demonstrators for denouncing the regime’s recent killing of Mahsa Amini, Florida Senator Rick Scott has called on President Joe Biden to prosecute Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi “horrific crimes” committed and for planning assassinations.
"Greg Steube Champions 'Commitment to America' Policy" by The Floridian's Jim McCool
"Karla Hernandez-Mats Doubles Down on Comparing Legislature to Special Education Students" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Last week, Charlie Crist's pick for Lieutenant Governor Karla Hernandez-Mats mockingly compared the Florida legislature to special education students. She describes herself as trained to work with emotionally handicapped students, thus is qualified to deal with the "dysfunctional" legislature.
"Scott, Steube Condemn New 'Woke' Air Force Academy Diversity Training" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As the United States appears to become more and more “woke” and commonly used words and phrases are changed on a regular basis, many Americans fear when the wokeness creeps into our armed forces. Recently, Fox News has reported that the Air Force Academy has instructed their cadets to use more gender-neutral language such as “parent or caregiver” rather than mom and dad. “Color conscious” is now preferred over colorblind as well.
"Rubio Team Says Demings is in ‘Hiding’ by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Since the midterm general election is fast approaching, Democrats across the country are vying to campaign with President Joe Biden (D). However, the Rubio campaign is warning that Florida Rep. Val Demings (D) is avoiding campaign stops with the president. Saying that Rep. Demings will be “hiding in her office in Washington,” the Rubio campaign inferred that her voting record could come back to haunt her in November.
"Taddeo Challenges Salazar to 4 Debates" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina
"DeSantis Moves to Prohibit Communist China From Buying Farmland, Land Around Military Bases" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Rep. Stephanie Murphy Endorses Ultra-Progressive Karen Green" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—With just under two months until voters head to the polls, retiring Rep. Stephanie Murphy's (D) will not be facing the Republican congressional nominee Cory Mills .
"Senator Rick Scott joins Senator Roger Marshall to Introduce the Drug Cartel Terrorist Designation Act" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamont—Washington – U.S. Senators Roger Marshall, M.D. (KS) and Rick Scott (FL) introduced the Drug Cartel Terrorist Designation Act to formally designate certain drug cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations.
"Wasserman Schultz Slams Tlaib over Antisemitic Remark" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Progressive Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI-13) recently spoke at an event saying "that you cannot claim to hold progressive values yet back Israel’s apartheid government." Rep. Tlaib further added, "we will continue to push back and not accept this idea that you are progressive except for Philistine [sic] any longer."
"Rubio Defends DeSantis, Outlines Media Hypocrisy After Martha's Vineyard Illegal Immigrants sue" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Democratic senatorial nominee and Rep. Val Demings is accusing Senator Marco Rubio of pulling a “shameless and cynical stunt” for posting a video outlining the fact that illegal immigrants from Venezuela are now suing because they were flown to Martha’s Vineyard after breaking U.S. immigration law.
"Waltz, Ernst Introduces the PUNISH Act" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Rep. Mike Waltz (R) has introduced the Preventing Underhanded and Nefarious Iranian Supported Homicide (PUNISH) Act. The bill would enact stricter sanctions against the Iranian Regime.
"New Polling Suggests Most Americans Support Banning Late-term Abortions" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamont—Novel polling recently published by the Trafalgar Group demonstrates that most Americans do not agree with late-term abortions.
"Florida Democrat Accuses Crist of Supporting Defunding Police" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Democratic gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist aka "Chain gang Charlie" continues to work hard in displaying his progressive credentials in the weeks leading up to the 2022 midterm elections. In August, the Republican Party of Florida posted a video from a May 2022 interview conducted by the podcast "Your Brother John," where Crist says he is in favor of St. Pete police chief Anthony Holloway's initiative to reallocate funds for policing to creating a unit of social workers to respond to nonviolent calls.
"Tennessee Transgender Health Clinic Sparks National Outrage" by The Floridian's Mateo Guillamont—Last Tuesday, political figure Matt Walsh published investigative results regarding gender-transition surgeries performed on minors.
"DeSantis Proves Relocation to Martha's Vineyard was Voluntary" by The Floridian's—Florida Rep. Mike Waltz (R) has introduced the Preventing Underhanded and Nefarious Iranian Supported Homicide (PUNISH) Act. The bill would enact stricter sanctions against the Iranian Regime.
"DeSantis Jabs at Crist's Running Mate for Opposing U.S. Embassy Moving to Jerusalem" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis spoke to several hundred supporters at an “Education Freedom Event” hosted by Florida’s Jewish and Faith Communities, where he took a solid jab at Democratic gubernatorial Lt. Governor nominee, Karl Hernandez-Mats. In a video captured by South Florida activist Chris Nelson, Gov. DeSantis needles Hernandez-Mats for her show of sympathy for the late Dictator Fidel Castro, and for her opposition to moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem in Israel.
"DeSantis Takes Victory lap, Lands Endorsement from Key Democratic Elected Official" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As the American electorate progresses deeper and deeper into election season, endorsements are becoming more and more apparent to Election Day hopefuls. However, major endorsements usually don't come from politicians across the aisle. Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has just secured one of those endorsements. While former President Donald Trump (R) won the state of Florida by about 3%, it was now-President Joe Biden (D) that claimed Palm Beach County by about 13 points in 2020.
"Jay Collins' Senate Bid Endorsed by Ashley Moody" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Wounded combat veteran Jay Collins (R-14) who is running for Florida state Senate, has just solidified his campaign even further after receiving the endorsement from Attorney General Ashley Moody (R-FL) today.
"Embattled Progressive Texas Sheriff Investigates DeSantis Over Immigration Flights, Promotes Open Borders" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Embattled Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar’s recent declaration that he is criminally investigating
"Florida Appears to see Drop in Veteran Suicides, But Number is Still Tragically High" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich
"Fight Over Suspended Prosecutor Andrew Warren Headed to Trial" by News Service of Florida
"Rubio Questions USAID About Wuhan Practices" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is being accused by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) of paying the EcoHelath Alliance in taxpayer dollars in order facilitate funds (including federal grants) to foreign researchers such as the Wuhan Institute for Virology. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the research activities at the Wuhan Institute were “serious bio-safety concerns.”
"Texas Authorities Open Criminal Investigation into DeSantis" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina
"30+ GOP Senators Call for Special Counsel Investigation into Hunter Biden" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—On Monday, over 30 Senate Republicans called for the investigation of President Joe Biden’s (D) son, Hunter Biden, due to his documented nefarious actions including alleged felonious offenses. The GOP members, including Florida’s Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), wrote Attorney General Merrick Garland asserting that U.S. Attorney David Weiss be given “special counsel protections and authorities to conduct the investigation into Hunter Biden.”
"New DeSantis ad Tackles Illegal Immigration" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—A new advertisement supporti
ng the reelection effort of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has been released. The advertisement titled Protecting Florida discusses the issue of illegal immigration.
"Salazar Calls Biden Hypocrite on Immigration" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (R) has issued a letter to President Joe Biden (D), calling him a hypocrite on the issue of immigration. The Florida Republican alleged that the president is “pointing fingers at others on immigration,” adding that Biden has not provided any solutions.
"DeSantis fed and Housed Homeless Illegal Immigrants Before Flying Them to Martha's Vineyard" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—New details surrounding Gov. DeSantis' moving of 50 illegal immigrants to Martha's Vineyard continue to emerge. Democrats nationwide furiously allege DeSantis engaged in "human trafficking" and "kidnapping" of these migrants, and, as we reported earlier, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) sought to press charges against the Florida Governor. The DeSantis administration denies these accusations and has provided some context to the decision that refutes Democratic talking points.
"Vicki Lopez Endorsed by Coral Gables Mayor Lago" by The Floridian's Jim McCool
"Cammack Claims Gov. Newsom is "Jealous" of DeSantis While Discussing Border Crisis" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich—Governor Ron DeSantis's decision to send 50 illegal immigrants to Martha's Vineyard last week continues to stir up emotions. Monday morning, Congresswoman Kat Cammack (R-FL-3) tweeted her segment on Fox News' Faulkner Focus discussing the fallout of the move, specifically how California Governor Gavin Newsom sought to press kidnapping charges against DeSantis. Rep. Cammack points out that Newsom seems to be focused more on getting back at DeSantis than he is on fixing California's myriad of problems.
"DeSantis Opponent Charlie Crist Loaded up With 'Special Interest' Cash" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres
"Left vs Right: The Congressional Race Between Progressive Eric Lynn and Conservative Anna Paulina Luna" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—The congressional contest between Air Force Veteran Anna Paulina Luna and former President Barack Obama advisor Eric Lynn (pictured) will be one of the most closely-watched races in the country, and will arguably become one of the most ideologically-driven races of the year.
"PART 2: Exclusive Interview With Montez Clark Concerning BLM, CRT, and More" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—As the general election draws nearer and nearer, Americans are starting to pay more and more attention to their local races and how they are going to use their vote at the ballot box this year. That is why we sat down with Dr. Drew Montez Clark (R), the District 20 Republican congressional nominee challenging incumbent Rep. Shelia Cherfilus-McCormick (D-FL) in November.
"Crist Urges DeSantis to Apologize Over Anti-Semitic ad" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) released an advertisement titled "Results," which has received criticism over the appearance of Pastor Larry Jinks of the First Baptist Church of St. James City, Florida. In the advertisement, Jinks praises DeSantis for protecting the right of religious congregation, but Jinks’ appearance in the advertisements has drawn controversy over the anti-semitic views that he’s shared in the past.
The JUICE is squeezed by Javier Manjarres, Jim McCool, and Daniel Molina