Last Squeeze —12.21.2022 — Florida GOP Divided— Crack Pipes and Taxpayer Dollars—Much More...

Last Squeeze —12.21.2022 — Florida GOP Divided— Crack Pipes and Taxpayer Dollars—Much More...

Florida's Last Political Squeeze of the Day

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December 21, 2022

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Florida Republicans Divided

The dark cloud of drama that always appears to be hovering over the Republican Party of Florida (Florida GOP) has once again begun to rain down the controversy of Republicans.

First, it was former Chairman Jim Greer, who lead the state Republican Party with an iron fist and sketchy political maneuvering, now it’s State Senator Joe Gruters who is doing the rain dance in Tallahassee. READ MORE


Ron DeSantis-This week, we awarded $40 million to Florida’s rural communities and small cities to invest in infrastructure and support economic growth.

We have made it a priority to invest in projects that provide opportunities for Floridians and position our state for long-term success.

Jimmy Patronis-Day-by-day the federal government is supercharging the IRS. They’re hiring staff, acquiring technology, and gaining access to smaller transactions on apps. They’re not targeting big business; the IRS is going after smaller businesses and the middle class. States must fight back!


"Florida Republicans Pick Sides in Contentious RNC Elections" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres

"Senate Democrats Supported Crack Pipe Funding Before They Were Against it" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres

"Scott and Rubio: No Concessions for Cuba" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich

"Moskowitz Condemns New York Times' Swastika Crossword" by The Floridian's Grayson Bakich

JUICE—Florida Politics' Juicy Read —12.21.2022 — Democrats Applaud Criminal Referral Against Trump — 1/6 Riot Compared to Civil War?—Moskowitz, Wasserman Schultz, Rubio—More...

Last Squeeze is pressed by Javier Manjarres, Jim McCool, and Daniel Molina


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