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Trump Believes DeSantis 'Can't Take him Down' in 2024
By The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Former President Donald Trump has just taken another political jab at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis with a video he released on his Truth Social, where the President agrees with Megan Kelly’s assertion that DeSantis can’t beat Trump in 2024.
State Rep. Angie Nixon-Kanye should’ve lost deals years ago! But those in power were ok with him trashing the Black community and our ancestors. It’s debilitating when our pain, our cries often go ignored. Our communities need to come together to work through this.
Shevrin “Shev” Jones-Republicans, running a Black candidate does not free you from your “anti-blackness”. As a matter of fact, how y’all message your black candidates further perpetuate the stereotypes of how you see Black ppl - football player, raised in the hood, the list goes on & on. We see you!
Rick Scott-Everyone should have the right to practice their religion freely, but for many around the globe, like the Uyghurs in Communist China, that isn't the case.
Byron Donalds-If the third most populous state (Florida) can have final vote totals by 10 PM on Election Day, so can the other 49 states. Election Day can NOT turn into Election Week.
Rep. Frederica Wilson-In case you forgot about how Democrats are delivering for the Americans, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has produced:
Millions of good-paying jobs
Less time on congested roads
Fewer costly repairs
More and safer alternatives to driving
More frequent transit
Litigation Funding Tied to Abusive Lawsuits?—OPINION—It is becoming evident that the recent surge in court cases in Florida is from lawsuit financing that is becoming increasingly popular. Also known as "litigation funding," this practice allows litigants to receive an advance on their expected settlement or jury award. In theory, this can be a helpful way for cash-strapped individuals to access the resources they need to pursue a legitimate legal claim.
"Rick Scott Positioned to Become Senate Majority Leader" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—With Republicans poised to win control of the U.S. House of Representatives, and possibly the U.S. Senate, could Republicans winning control of the Senate usher in Florida Senator Rick Scott as the new Senate Majority Leader?
JUICE—Florida Politics' Juicy Read —10.27.2022 — Rick Scott In Position to be Senate Majority Leader— Following DeSantis's Lead— Rubio, Donalds, Book—More...
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