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    Andrew Gillum “democratic socialist” Anti-Law Enforcement Agenda for Florida

    Gillum's Anti-Law Enforcement Agenda for Florida

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    By Steve Hantler
    October 17, 2018
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    The past several years have witnessed the radical left using law enforcement as a political target, which has increased the risks for those in uniform and hurt public safety. Andrew Gillum, the so-called “democratic socialist” candidate for governor of Florida, represents the triumph of the progressive left’s approach to law enforcement, and a victory by him in November would lead to a statewide increase in crime.

    That Florida would see such a rise under Gillum is not fanciful speculation but an obvious inference from his tenure as mayor of Tallahassee. On his watch, the city/Leon County metro area has had the highest crime rate in the state for four years running. Last year, Tallahassee had the highest number of murders in the city’s history.
    Incredibly, Gillum’s former chief of staff, Dustin Daniels, who is running to succeed him as mayor, is campaigning aggressively against Gillum’s failed leadership. “Tallahassee had the highest number of murders in history last year,” Daniels wrote in a campaign mailer, “and we top the state for the highest crime rate. WE MUST DO BETTER.”
    According to Neighborhood Scout, which has analyzed crime statistics for cities across the country, Tallahassee “has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes – from the smallest towns to the very largest cities.” This means that “[w]ithin Florida, more than 97 percent of the communities have a lower crime rate than Tallahassee.” Indeed, in Tallahassee, the “violent crime rate is one of the highest in the nation, across communities of all sizes.” Not to be outdone, the city also features high rates of property crimes, including “one of the highest rates of motor vehicle theft in the nation.”
    It is simply inarguable that Gillum has failed to keep the city of Tallahassee safe.
    Given his ideological radicalism, it is not surprising that he has failed so spectacularly. In fact, Gillum is the most anti-law-enforcement candidate to be nominated by a major party in modern Florida history.
    Take, for example, his strong support for the radical group Dream Defenders. During a Democratic gubernatorial primary debate, Gillum endorsed the agenda of the Dream Defenders from the stage, gushing that he was “pleased and proud” to “stand up for” and “stand beside” the group, which has, among other stances, likened Israel’s treatment of Palestinians to the apartheid system.
    Gillum received the endorsement of the Dream Defenders and promised to support the group’s manifesto, The Freedom Papers, which denounce law enforcement as “racist” and liken the police to “slave catchers.” The manifesto calls for the abolishment of the police and prisons, asserting that “police and prisons have no place in ‘justice.’” Accordingly, the Freedom Papers call for a radical reduction in law enforcement funding, demanding “reinvestment … into social services in our community.”
    This manifesto slanders all those in Florida who don the uniform to protect and serve their communities, which, of course, includes law enforcement personnel of all races, colors and creeds. By sliming law enforcement as racist and by likening police officers to slave catchers, the Gillum-endorsed Freedom Papers place a target on the backs of officers.
    What’s more, enacting the call for massive reductions in funding for law enforcement would virtually guarantee a crime wave in Florida. Outside of Tallahassee, crime has dropped dramatically in the state over that past 20 years, yet this decline was achieved through hard work and support for law enforcement by elected officials. Combining funding cuts with a governor who is antagonistic to law enforcement would spell disaster for the safety of Florida’s communities.
    So, too, would the call by the Freedom Papers for an “end to borders,” which dovetails will Gillum’s call to “abolish ICE.” The manifesto chastises the United States for creating “highly militarized, totally arbitrary borders” and endorses the idea that it is foreigners, not we the American people, who get to determine who comes into the United States.
    Of course, Gillum not only supports the “abolish ICE” movement but would make Florida, like California, a sanctuary state. He has pledged not to cooperate with the Trump administration regarding the removal of illegal aliens from the state, which will place the people of Florida at risk of criminal activity committed by illegal aliens who should have been removed from the United States. This will only lead to the creation of more “angel moms” – mothers who have lost children to illegal alien crime.
    It has been said that the race for Florida governor between Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis is the starkest choice in the country, and this is most true when it comes to each candidate’s approach to law enforcement.
    DeSantis is a decorated Navy veteran who served in Iraq and has also served as a federal prosecutor. He has deep connections to the law enforcement community, which he has stood by throughout his time in Congress. DeSantis opposes sanctuary cities and will make Florida cooperate with ICE to remove criminal aliens from the state. Whereas Gillum is currently embroiled in a corruption scandal and is a target of law enforcement, DeSantis has served with integrity and is viewed with affection by law enforcement.
    The Nov. 6 election presents Florida voters with a clear choice. It is highly unlikely that they will want to gamble with the safety of their communities by embracing a candidate like Gillum.


    Steve Hantler is a retired auto industry executive.

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    Andrew Gillum Graduated Training School That Spawned Soros Army of Revolutionaries




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    Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum graduated from an Oakland, California-based training school for progressive revolutionaries that has spawned a list of activists who have gone on to become the who’s who of the far-left leadership world, with many taking senior positions at organizations financed by billionaire George Soros.

    In scores of cases, graduates of the Rockwood Leadership Institute founded or directed notorious Soros-financed activist groups, such as Black Lives Matter, Media Matters for America, MoveOn.org and the Tides Foundation, one of the nation’s largest funders of progressive groups.
    Soros’s own Open Society Foundations sent top staff to Rockwood for training. Notorious radicals Van Jones and Linda Sarsour are among the many famous names listed as alums.
    Gillum is listed as a 2012 Rockwood alum. The Florida politician’s involvement with the radical school was not cursory or symbolic. Only five months ago, Gillum boasted in a speech to the Center for Environmental Health that he attended the institute “for about a year and a half.”
    In that speech, Gillum talked about getting to know the Center for Environmental Health’s director Michael Green while they both attended Rockwood together. Green is also listed as a 2012 alum along with Gillum.
    In 2013, Gillum, then a member of the Tallahassee City Commission, wrote that graduating the program in June of that year was a “major milestone.”
    “I will continue to use the tools and methodology in life and as I advance in my career and my role as a member of the City Commission,” he stated.
    Gillum’s Rockwood graduating class included such top activists as:

    • Rashad Robinson, executive director of Color of Change, which was founded by Van Jones, President Obama’s infamous former “green” jobs czar. Jones stepped down from his position after it was exposed that he was a founding organizer for the communist revolutionary group Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM). Soros has financed Color of Change.
    • Denise Collazo of the Soros-financed radical PICO Network, which in its own terminology says it is “pushing for citizenship, and more, for an estimated 11.3 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.”
    • Mary Anne Hitt from the radical Sierra Club environmental activist organization.
    • Nan Aron, president and founder of the Soros-funded Alliance for Justice.

    Other notable Rockwood alums are Van Jones; Jodie Evans, co-founder and executive director of Code Pink; several senior employees of Soros’s own Open Society Foundations; and Drummond Pike, founder of the Soros-funded Tides Foundation.
    Radical Linda Sarsour is listed as a Rockwood “alum in the news,” as is Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter.
    Eric Rodriguez, vice president of the Soros-financed radical open borders group the National Council Of La Raza is also a graduate. As are Ilya Sheyman, executive director of the Soros-funded MoveOn.org, and Matthew Butler, who served as CEO and president of the Soros-funded Media Matters for America.
    Also on the alum list is Idelisse Malave, former executive director of the Soros-funded Tides Foundation; David Rosenn of the Soros-funded New Israel Fund, which finances pro-Palestinian organizations; Justin Ruben of the Soros-backed MoveOn.org; Bill Lipton, founder of the Working Families Party, whose own leadership institute says it is “made possible by the Open Society Foundation”; and Pamela Chiang of the Soros-funded Center For Community Change.
    Also listed is Adrienne Maree Brown, former executive director of the Tides-funded Ruckus Society. Ruckus provided “direct-action” training and official manuals to Occupy protesters. The group is infamous for helping to spark the 1999 World Trade Organization riots in Seattle.
    Besides senior personalities, Rockwood also provides a “short list of foundations who have sent their staff through” its training program, including Soros’s Open Society Foundations, the Soros-financed Tides Foundation and the Soros-funded New Israel Fund.
    Rockwood is in formal partnership with the Soros-funded Social Transformation Project (STP). STP was founded by Robert Gass who also founded the Rockwood Leadership Program “along with a dedicated group of environmental activists.”
    Soros, meanwhile, has directly donated to organizations seeking to get Gillum elected. Days before Gillum’s Aug. 28 primary, Soros joined with billionaire Tom Steyer to lead a group of donors making a $650,000 infusion into Gillum’s coffers.
    Soros also contributed to The Collective, a little-known but increasingly influential political organization that says it is seeking to build a “black political power” movement. The Collective reportedly injected nearly $2 million into Gillum’s campaign, funding television and radio ads, get-out-the-vote drives, and playing a key role in helping Gillum defeat his Democratic opponents, some of whom were better-funded and had more statewide name recognition. The group announced plans to continue backing Gillum during the current general election campaign.

    Aaron Klein is Breitbart’s Jerusalem bureau chief and senior investigative reporter. He is a New York Times bestselling author and hosts the popular weekend talk radio program: Aaron Klein Investigative Radio. Follow him on Twitter @AaronKleinShow. Follow him on Facebook.

    Written with research by Joshua Klein.


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    Shut Soros down!

    Show up and Vote Red and let him waste his money!

    Do not allow this evil rat to destroy YOU and our country!
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