Text Messages Show Andrew Gillum Lied About FBI & Hamilton Tickets

Text Messages Show Andrew Gillum Lied About FBI & Hamilton Tickets

Text Messages Show Andrew Gillum Lied About FBI & Hamilton Tickets

Gillum said, "First of all, I am a grown man", Gillum replied.

The FBI is investigating whether the city directed redevelopment funds at specific projects to favor friends and acquaintances.

As government stings go, the Gillum trap seems mild compared to ABSCAM: the splashy gotcha moment in the late 1970s that revealed collusion between organized crime and government leaders.

Mike Miller was the alias of one of the undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agents.

"Now, I'm not calling Mr. DeSantis a racist, I'm simply saying the racists believe he's a racist", Gillum said.

He bashed Gillum, who serves as Mayor of Tallahassee, for being soft on crime and wanting to abolish ICE, which he said would leave child molesters on the streets. Corey said to Miller, "Attached is the invoice for the dinner you graciously offered to sponsor". One of the documents released Friday also shows that Gillum's then-finance director told Corey that Gillum sent a thank-you note to the agent posing as Mike Miller. DeSantis went after Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, Fla., for lying about receiving a ticket to the musical, "Hamilton", from an undercover FBI agent investigating his office for corruption. "Awesome news about Hamilton".

After the appearance outside the Florida State University College of Law, Gillum was slated to make additional stops Friday at the University of Florida in Gainesville and Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach.

Tallahassee Reports was the first to report about Gillum attending the play while on the NY trip. "In fact, we would encourage the Gillum campaign to join us in rooting out and exposing once and for all those who are behind this disgusting call".

"We did go to see Hamilton".

"All this stuff that they say, I've got to let them know; anti-police?"

Gillum said again on Wednesday that his brother, Marcus Gillum, gave him the ticket but also acknowledged what had become clear earlier in the week, when former Florida lobbyist and longtime friend Adam Corey turned over about 150 pages of text messages and emails under subpoena from the state ethics commission.

Corey (the lobbyist): "That would be epic!" The Florida Commission on Ethics is looking into whether Gillum accepted gifts worth more than $100 without properly reporting them.

I think? Ideological orthodoxy changes quickly in politics nowadays, and they're pretty far gone on some subjects.

The race between Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum, who would be the state's first black governor, has been fraught with racism. "We've got 99 issues and Hamilton ain't one of them". In June, Gillum signed the left-wing group's pledge not to take campaign donations from the National Rifle Association and private prison corporations.

Korge said there's more than 400 people scheduled to attend a Thursday fundraiser at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables Thursday, and that excitement hasn't waned.

Gillum said he would have pushed for a stronger bill than Scott signed.

Gillum maintains that he paid for his own rooms on that trip, though his campaign has apparently only supplied receipts for two nights' stay, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

"Those people who are elected this year could have an enormous impact on the redistricting process in the state of Florida", she said.

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