Florida’s Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate, Andrew Gillum, Is Exposed By His Staff in Undercover Video

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Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, the current Mayor of Tallahassee who is a person of interest in a corruption investigation by the FBI, is the subject of a new undercover video from Project Veritas that shows his campaign staffers saying that he changes his message to appear moderate when it benefits him politically, even though he is really a far-left progressive.  Omar Smith, a staffer for Gillum, said that the candidate is a progressive and “part of the crazy, crazy, crazies” who will not be able to deliver on campaign promises such as gun control because Florida is a “cracker” [white] state.  Gillum reportedly will be unable to deliver on his campaign promise including ‘Medicare for All’.  He said that it is necessary for Gillum to appeal to “white guilt” to win, and once in, he will try to replace the Republican legislature.

Update: Andrew Gillum denied that the man featured in the Project Veritas video was on his staff, but was a contractor, and he has severed ties with him.

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