Steve Stewart Reacts to Blueprint New York City “Vacation” Plane Trip on Above the Fold | 93.3 | VIDEO
Unless this was the “Annual Buffoon” convention and they paid for it out of their own pockets questions need to be answered…
1) Who paid for the trip?
A) Steve Ghazvini
B) Seminole Boosters
C) Their taxpayer-funded slush fund accounts
2) Did they pay for this trip themselves?
3) Who paid for the airline tickets?
4) What reason were they traveling together?
5) Did they attend the play Hamilton?
If this was above board they should have no problem divulging their destination, reason for the trip, the event(s) they were attending, how the trip was paid for, did they pay for the trip themselves, if not, who paid for the trip, hotel, meals, etc?
Jack Porter needs to be awarded an honorary investigative reporter award.
There needs to be a rush order for a public records request for their taxpayer funded credit cards.
What reason could they possibly have for this trip that can’t be publically discussed? This is a huge red flag. Jack Porter is right- the public deserves answers.
Insider politics run this city. It’s worse than ever. It’s time for new leadership.
When will this obscenity called local Tallahassee government end? And why have black people gotten beaten, shot and lynched while trying to vote when black elected officials such as Curtis Richardson, and others routinely sell us out. While children go hungry, while black infant mortality is off the charts, while childhood poverty in some Tallahassee census tracts has exceeded 80 percent, Dianne Williams-Cox, Curtis Richardson, Bill Proctor, Carolyn Cummings, and Nick Maddox vote to hand over $ 27 million to FSU for a football stadium at a university that despises black people and admires only those blacks who make money for them. While 77.3 percent of the FSU tenured faculty is white, and 14.7 percent is Asian, only 4.7 percent is black as of Fall, 2020. In the words of Marvin Gaye, “It makes me want to holler.”
Curtis Richardson, Diane Williams Cox, Bill Proctor, Nick Maddox, and Carolyn Cummings are unable to discern the political greed and lack of humanity by John Dailey, Sue Dick, Jack Campbell, and Reese Goad. They are in invisible chains on the plantation and choose the path of political contributions over humanity.
The light at the end of this tunnel is that none of them will be re-elected.
You forgot one question Hope……
Was there a Midget waiting for them at the Hotel?