The residents of Florida made a great decision when they elected Ron DeSantis as their governor.
His Democrat opponent, Andrew Gillum, was recently found in a hotel room passed out, with methamphetamine in the room.
As a public figure, past or present, every action you take is scrutinized.
Gillum was one of two African American governor candidates who lost that created a massive outcry from the Democrat party.
Just like Stacey Abrams, cries of racism and voter suppression were made when he failed to win the state.
According to local police reports, Gillum was found in a hotel room, “inebriated” where they also found crystal methamphetamine.
Gillum says he had nothing to do with the drugs, but openly admitted to having too much to drink.
He stated, “While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used methamphetamines.
“I apologize to the people of Florida for the distraction this has caused for our movement.”
The police report stated, “Mr. Gillum was unable to communicate due to his inebriated state.”
So, why were the police even called to the room?
There was a report of a possible drug overdose in the room that was shared by Gillum and two other men.
Both Gillum and a second man were found in the room by the third man and he called emergency services when he found them both “unresponsive.”
Authorities returned to the room later after having taken the second man to the hospital for a possible overdose.
When they returned, Gillum’s medical signs had stabilized, so they allowed him to leave and go home.
So, I want you to think about something…
What do you think would have happened to you if the police came into your hotel room and found several packages of meth? Do you think you would be free right now or do you think you would be behind bars?
This is yet another example of how politicians are simply permitted to be above the law when John Q. Citizen would be behind bars.