Florida Governor Rick Scott rightfully denounced the race-baiting Reverend Jesse Jackson’s “reckless and divisive statements” made at the Florida state capitol while protesting Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law.
“Jesse Jackson owes every Floridian an apology for his reckless and divisive comments”-Gov. Rick Scott
Jackson, who says he will not apologize for his racist statements, has recently that Americans should “isolate Florida as a kind of apartheid state given this whole stand your ground laws.”
Apparently, Jackson did not know that several of his fellow black race-baiting friends in politics once supported this very law that he is trying to change. As we reported before, one of the loudest voices on this issue is Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who voted in favor of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law in 2005. Read more here
Scott denounced both comments and demanded an apology, saying the longtime civil rights leader’s words “insult Floridians and divide our state at a time when we are striving for unity and healing.”-Tampa Bay Times
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