For someone who repeatedly insists he’s not racist, Florida’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis sure seems to find himself attached to a whole bunch of racist people. From moderating an extremely racist Facebook group to attending at least four events hosted by SPLC-listed anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim…
Despite current projections that the Democrats will manage to win back the House of Representatives and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell publicly acknowledging he’s worried about losing a Senate race in the Republican stronghold of Tennessee, Florida’s three-term Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson is in the fight of…
It hasn’t even been two whole weeks since Ron DeSantis won the Florida Republican gubernatorial primary, but the Florida congressman just can’t keep his name out of the news for saying and doing racist bullshit.
Last night, Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis won the Democratic and Republican primaries for governor in Florida, setting up what will be, for the political press corps, the most easily narrative-ized political race in the country. This shit is really being set up on a tee.
We’re less than 24 hours out from President Donald Trump-endorsed candidate Ron DeSantis’ victory in Florida’s Republican gubernatorial primary race, and already DeSantis has managed to stick his foot firmly in mouth and wiggle his toes around for good measure. And where did he choose to do this? Fox News, of course.
Update, 9:16 pm: CBS 47 interviewed one of the other competitors, who says he beat Katz. The competitor told the news channel that Katz was “acting weird.”
Update, Sunday, 4:40 p.m. (see original post below): Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said in a news conference that SWAT teams have completed sweeping the Jacksonville Landing marketplace and have ended their search for additional suspects. There are “no outstanding suspects,” he said.
Delete, delete, delete. If only solving problems were as easy as deleting controversial Facebook posts.
In “yes, people really are this ridiculous” news, a Republican candidate for the Florida House of Representatives was recently caught on video taking down his primary opponent’s campaign fliers and replacing them with his own. On Tuesday, the victim, Raymond Blacklidge, filed a report against the perpetrator, Jeremy…
Bill Nelson is Florida’s Democratic Senator, a man who has few distinguishing characteristics except this: He is always ostentatiously demonstrating his physical fitness. Fine then. Let’s do this.
In an ultra-rich-person moment at his latest forever-campaign rally in Tampa on Tuesday night, President Trump claimed you need photo ID to buy groceries in this country as part of a meandering argument for voter ID laws.
Ron DeSantis, a three-term congressman who’s running to succeed Rick Scott as Florida’s governor, has already earned Donald Trump’s endorsement in the race, but that didn’t stop him from making a groveling campaign ad where he’s shown teaching his very young children about the tenets of Trumpism, like how to build a…
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have detained an undocumented mother of three after she voluntarily arrived at a Florida courthouse to pay off a minor traffic ticket. Now she is being held in a federal detention facility, separated from her children and awaiting deportation from the country she’s called…
Biscayne Park, a suburb north of Miami, is at the center of a scandal over police corruption that has led to the indictment in federal court of former police chief Raimundo Atesiano and two officers, according to an exhaustive report from the Miami Herald.
For the second time this month, a child detention center has turned away elected lawmakers attempting to see how undocumented children were being treated inside.
A Waffle House employee called the cops on a black couple and accused them of theft after they disputed a charge on their bill—for one drink.
Let’s just say that six-term U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis does not have a track record of using his seat in Congress to promote legislation addressing key issues affecting women.
It’s 2018, and apparently, a black family can’t go on vacation without having the n-word repeatedly yelled at them. That’s what happened to Covey Banks and her family at a resort in Orlando. She filmed the whole thing.
This week’s cancellation of Roseanne has brought out the worst in a lot of terrible, criminally online people. Add Susan Goldstein to that list.
The race to lead the third-most populated state in the country has been surprisingly muted this year. Florida governor Rick Scott is term-limited and running for United States Senate, and there’s a slew of Republicans and Democrats looking to succeed him.