By JAVIER MANJARRESIf all else fails, pull the race card. That seems to be the Modus Operandi for black community leaders, activists, and elected officials.
Congresswoman Corrine Brown (D) is following in the footsteps of Reverends Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, as well as her fellow Florida colleague in the U.S. Congress, Frederica Wilson (D), by using race to explain why an early voting location situated in a predominantly black community was moved.
Jacksonville’s Supervisor of Elections stated that the reason for the move was to cut back on monthly expenses that exceed $57,000 at the location in question, including utilities.
The new location would only cost taxpayers about $40,000 a year.
It is a racial issue, its Jacksonville its regular racist self.-Rep. Corrine Brown(D)
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