Adam Hasner has picked up the endorsement of conservative South Florida talk radio host Joyce Kaufman.
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Shortly before his appearance alongside Rep. Allen West, potential U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner and others at a “South Florida Tea Party Tax Rally” on Saturday, Donald Trump spoke with The Shark Tank, a conservative Florida blog, about his belief in a conspiracy to cover up the fact that President Obama was not born in the United States. Video after the jump.
The South Florida Tea Party has a doozy of a lineup scheduled for its “Tea Party Tax Rally” in Boca Raton tomorrow: Donald Trump; Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale; potential U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner; controversial talk radio star Joyce Kaufman and others. Check out the flyer after the jump.
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In response to “Kaufman responds to criticism over violent statements: ‘Duplicitous’”:
The Miami Herald is reporting that Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Pembroke Pines, one of the congresspeople most outspoken about toning down violent political rhetoric in the wake of the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., accompanied President Obama on a flight to Tucson to attend a memorial service for those killed and injured Saturday.
Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, called in to the right-wing talk radio show of the woman he originally hired as his chief of staff, Joyce Kaufman, responding to criticism of Kaufman’s controversial statement “If ballots don’t work, bullets will” in light of the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz.
South Florida right-wing talk radio host Joyce Kaufman fired back at Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Pembroke Pines, on her program today, calling the congresswoman “duplicitous” for criticizing Kaufman’s infamous statement that “If ballots don’t work, bullets will.”
In an open letter published yesterday, the Broward-Palm Beach New Times‘ Bob Norman attacks right-wing radio host Joyce Kaufman for her incendiary rhetoric, connecting Kaufman statements like “If ballots don’t work, bullets will” to the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz.
During a Meet the Press discussion of whether violent political rhetoric has any relationship to Saturday’s shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Pembroke Pines, spoke out about the infamous words uttered by the original chief of staff of one of her tea party-supported colleagues: “If ballots don’t work, bullets will.”
Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace invited on U.S. Sen.-elect Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Rep.-elect Allen West, R-Fla. — perhaps the two 2010 candidates for Congress most faithful to the grassroots of the tea party — and asked them both about whom they picked for their chiefs of staff. In response, West defended his controversial selection of Joyce Kaufman, a talk radio host who said, “If ballots don’t work, then bullets will” at a Fourth of July rally.