Florida AG Orders Investigation of Mike Bloomberg For Pledging to Help Felons Pay Fines For Biden Votes

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Florida’s Attorney General has ordered an investigation into Michael Bloomberg for pledging $16 million to help 32,000 black and Hispanic convicted felons pay off their fines so that their voting rights can be restored in time for the November election. Federal law makes it illegal to pay for or receive money for voting. Florida is a crucial battleground state with 29 electoral votes.

The Florida Attorney General on Wednesday ordered an investigation into Mike Bloomberg for pledging $16 million to help convicted felons vote in the November election.

This comes after a request from Republican Governor Ron DeSantis to review the “recent allegations” found in a WaPo article.

Billionaire and failed presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg raised $16 million to help pay the fines for 32,000 black and Hispanic felons so they can vote for Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

In 2018, Florida voted to allow for felons who have completed their sentences to regain their voting rights back, however they must pay outstanding fees in order to be able to vote.

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Tom Ball
Tom Ball
7 months ago

“In October 2018, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy took to Twitter to denounce Michael Bloomberg, the New York billionaire who had poured $80 million into the Democratic fight to retake the House of Representatives. “We cannot allow … Bloomberg to BUY this election!” he wrote. Democrats quickly denounced the tweet as anti-Semitic. The Anti-Defamation League’s CEO, Jonathan Greenblatt, condemned such language in an interview days later. And the tweet disappeared from McCarthy’s page.” https://newrepublic.com/…/criticizing-michael-bloomberg… It had read, in full, “We cannot allow Soros, Steyer, and Bloomberg to BUY this election! Get out and vote Republican November 6th. #MAGA.” (McCarthy denied… Read more »