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‘Cracker State!’ Dem Candidate In Hot Water After Shady Undercover Video Emerges

‘That’s Not For Them To Know’…

Johnny Salvatore

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Democrat Florida Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum “is a Progressive,” noted a staffer, adding “He is a part of the crazy, crazy, crazies” block of the progressive movement.

Is this the man Floridians want to run their state?

Lest we forget Gillum’s mayoral administration is under FBI investigation.

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From Daily Wire:

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released a bombshell video on Wednesday night that showed staffers for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum revealing just how far-left he is and how the campaign is trying to hide that from voters.

Omar Smith, a campaign staffer for Gillum, said that if elected, “None of the programs that people are hoping for would happen” but “that’s not for [voters] to know.”

Smith kept calling white people “crackers.”

He also noted the Sunshine State is a “F**ked up…cracker state,” and Gillum’s campaign has “to appeal to white guilt.”

Smith noted that Gillum’s agenda “will never happen.”

More: “So, let’s go back to Mr. Gillum’s platform, right?” Raise the corporate tax in Florida from seven to 11 percent. That will never happen. Raise teacher’s pay to $50,000, that will never happen. Give me another position. Medicare for all, that will never happen.”

WATCH:

Gillum allegedly seeks to pay teachers a minimum salary of $50,000 and raise the minimum wage from $8.25 to $15.

He also wants to make college, essentially, free.

A new study shows taxes in Florida would spike to the tune of billions of dollars if Gillum’s policies are implemented – as one could expect.

From Free Beacon:

Progressive Democrat Andrew Gillum’s tax plan proposals “would adversely impact the business climate of the state” if he is elected governor, costing Florida 155,000 jobs and $28.2 billion in economic loses per year, according to the James Madison Institute (JMI), a Tallahassee-based conservative think-tank.

Conversely, JMI maintains, conservative Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis’ tax plan proposals, which include eliminating the state’s Business Rental Tax, would “lead to the creation of 215,000 jobs annually and $26.6 billion in annual economic output.”

WATCH:

Gillum’s brother is under investigation for potential voter fraud.

Less than a year before gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum publicly denounced President Donald Trump’s efforts to investigate the threat of voter fraud, Gillum’s brother, Marcus Gillum, voted in the 2016 general election in Tallahassee, Florida while a resident of Chicago, Illinois.

Gillum has been linked to a group that teaches kids to glorify a terror group, which has been designated by the State Dept. as a foreign terrorist organization.

From Breitbart:

Dream Defenders, a radical organization closely associated with Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, compiled an education tool for U.S. teachers that glorifies the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a deadly terrorist organization.

None of these reports look good for Gillum, but how will Floridians respond in November?

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