In this Sept. 26, 2017, file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks during a news conference about firing his his chief of staff for sexual misconduct with subordinates
With Cuban President Raúl Castro set to retire next month, Republicans from the Florida delegation are already taking aim at whoever replaces him.
On March 9, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla wrote President Donald Trump, calling on him to “denounce Castro’s successor as illegitimate in the absence of free, fair, and multiparty elections.
What a joke!
On Feb. 1, U.S. District Judge Walker of the Northern District of Florida, issued an opinion declaring that the State of Florida does not have free, fair and multiparty elections. Yet Florida Gov. Scott and Senator Rubio have yet to comply with the ruling.
In his letter to President Trump, Florida Senator Marco Rubio said he was writing to ask that Trump hold the Castro regime accountable for its oppression and ongoing human rights abuses against the Cuban people.
This is the exact same thing that Judge Walker ruled the State of Florida is guilty of — and Walker went on to say that the voting system of Florida is unconstitutional.
But what should not go unreported is that last September, Senator Rubio fired his chief of staff for sexual misconduct with subordinates.
So Florida has a Senator whose chief of staff sexually abuses subordinates and whose State’s voting system has been ruled as unconstitutional by Judge Walker. Yet now Rubio complains about the next unidentified president of Cuba.
And it’s really all about bigotry against blacks and the State of Florida’s intent to continue the old Jim Crow laws designed to stop black citizens from voting. Most would suggest that makes Senator Rubio a hypocrite and bigot.