Politicians love to be in the limelight. They love it when reporters call on them for reaction or response to whatever.
But many times these very same politicians have to turn to their social media to get their media fix, including many of your elected officials from Florida.
While many of them create news with a simple Tweet or Facebook post, others try in earnest to do so, but end up failing. Some failing miserably.
Here is an update of what some of Florida’s most influential elected officials are saying.
20.94% Corp. rate to pay for tax cut for working family making $40k was anti-growth but 21% to cut tax for couples making $1million is fine?
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) December 12, 2017
As I told U.S. Southern Command’s annual Human Rights Initiative conference today, when it comes to Venezuela, now is not the time for the United States to walk away from our responsibility as a leader in this hemisphere.
— Bill Nelson (@SenBillNelson) December 13, 2017
Good wins over evil. Congratulations to Senator-Elect @GDouglasJones (D-AL). A victory for women and a strong message about what America won’t stand for. Look out @realDonaldTrump, @GOP, this is only the beginning.
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) December 13, 2017
Disaster. What a difference between the pathetic handling of Hillary Clinton's case and the scorched earth approach to Trump. Need full accounting of Strzok's role in all of this! https://t.co/rIiF73Y1Fz
— Ron DeSantis (@RepDeSantis) December 13, 2017
My phones are ringing off the hook! Thank you to everyone who has called to support a free and open internet for all. Your voices are heard! #NetNeutrality
— Rep. Ted Deutch (@RepTedDeutch) December 12, 2017
New Anti-Sugar Policy bill will kill US jobs in Florida https://t.co/9xscOFJr7e
— Ted Yoho (@RepTedYoho) December 12, 2017