Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat-turned-??? Charlie Crist has all of a sudden found 31 new gubernatorial campaign donors, who donated $245,000 to his campaign in the month of January.Like the Sunshine State News first reported, and the Shark Tank picked up on, Crist’s campaign had only posted $375,000 during January, before this $245,000 campaign windfall.
Susan Hepworth of the Republican Party of Florida told SSN that “Democrats don’t trust” Crist, and the rumblings of discontent within Crist’s campaign team still haven’t been abated. Crist’s camp has been riddled with a series of switch-ups in leadership, with former campaign manager Bill Hyers calling it quits early on in the campaign.-SSN
This is true. Several prominent Democrat leaders have also told the Shark Tank that the believed Crist was a big phony, and could not be trusted. Crist’s Democrat opponent in the race, Nan Rich, has just received the endorsement of former Democrat governor Buddy McKay, and could benefit from all of the negativity surrounding Crist’s every-changing positions on the issues and campaign staffers.
Now Crist’s petulant liberal blogger, Peter “I have never met a hamburger I didn’t like or eat” Schorsch posted on his SaintPravdablog, that Sunshine State News and the Shark Tank got the Crist donation totals all wrong.This is to be expected, as Crist will rely on ‘Big Boy’ Schorsch, who is married to his staffer, friend, and disgraced former RPOF employee, Michelle Todd, to do his bidding to debunk any report deemed negative to his campaign.
Problem for Crist is, ‘Big Boy’ doesn’t have any credibility, and reporters around the state and country, that even know who he is, think he is the biggest idiot there is. After all, he is the dope who reported Congressman Bill Young’s death two day before he actually died.
Big Boy Schorsch has not credibility, and neither does Crist for relying on him to hold his water.
So, can you only imagine what the spin will be on the story about ponzi-schemer Scott Rothstein’s testimony describing the “quid pro quo” arrangement he had with Crist?”Here is what the Sun-Sentinel just reported:
And then Rothstein went on to describe the “quid pro quo” arrangement he had with Crist regarding local judicial appointments, wherein Rothstein said: “For certain [campaign] contributions, people were appointed to the bench.”
“I was able to convince him to do a lot of things,” said Rothstein, now serving a 50-year federal prison sentence for running a $1.4 billion Ponzi scheme.
Again, ‘Big Boy’ Schorsch has no credibility, and neither does Crist.