For this blog, a new word had to be created: gillible.
It’s definition? gillible describes voters who believe what Florida’s Democrat Gubernatorial candidate, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, is pumping out at them.
And why wouldn’t they believe it? In answer, here is part of what one of Gillum’s own campaign people has to say about the promises he is making – which was recorded by the increasingly invaluable (but always ignored-by-mainstream-media) Project Veritas and reported by breitbart.com:
Omar Smith, who is a staffer for Gillum, said that if Gillum is elected “None of the programs that people are hoping for would happen.”
When questioned on whether or not voters knew that, Smith responded, “That’s not for them to know” and insisted that it be kept a secret.
Smith continued by slamming the state of Florida and using racial slurs and referring to white people as “crackers.”
“This is a f***ed up state,” said Smith. “It’s a cracker state.”
Smith also stated in the undercover video that the campaign has “to appeal to white guilt.”
Did Smith, really say this? Is it what the folks at Gillum campaign headquarters snicker about when they think of gillible voters believing what their candidate says?
Well, if you click on the link I’ve provided above, you will not only be able to read the words, you will be able to view the video.
How much of an impact will this have on gillible voters? Very little, if his opponent, Republican Rick DeSantis counts on media to report it. Maybe a good deal more if the video is used in quickly-put-together advertising between now and election day.
I wonder if the DeSantis campaign is going to create and use that advertising. I know I would.