America needs help but does anyone care?

Despite the catastrophic state of the union, too many Americans remain complacent, Florida Sen. Rick Scott told a large group of supporters in Jacksonville.

Speaking at a fundraiser and reception at Epping Forest, Scott cited the fentanyl crisis, the border crisis, the debt crisis and the mounting war crisis.

Despite all that, Scott told Eye on Jacksonville that he did not think the Senate would vote to remove Joe Biden from office if he was impeached by the House.

“Democrats aren’t there yet,” he said, although acknowledging that the opposition party is beginning to recognize Biden as a liability.

Far too many voters also seem immune to the ongoing calamity of the Biden administration and its march toward socialism.

Scott was governor of Florida 2010-2018 and has served in the Senate since then.

His Rescue America plan is a sound declaration of principles that no rational person could oppose. They include opposition to abortion funding and gun control, protecting the national border, selling unnecessary assets, shutting down the Department of Education, limiting the pay and terms of politicians and regaining control of the federal budget.

Scott, who is on the budget committee, noted the astounding fact that with the current revenues, the government could reduce spending to the 2019 levels and have a balanced budget.

In his plan, Scott says, “Men are men, women are women and unborn babies are babies. We believe in science.”

He said the government will stop teaching hate and racism via the current “critical race theory” fad and drop other offensive pretenses.

“We will protect, defend and promote the American Family at all costs,” he said.

Local politicians seen at Scott’s reception included Sheriff T.K. Waters, mayoral candidate and City Council Member LeAnna Cumber and current Property Appraiser Jerry Holland.

Lloyd Brown

Lloyd was born in Jacksonville. Graduated from the University of North Florida. He spent nearly 50 years of his life in the newspaper business …beginning as a copy boy and retiring as editorial page editor for Florida Times Union. He has also been published in a number of national newspapers and magazines, as well as Internet sites. Married with children. Military Vet. Retired. Man of few words but the words are researched well, deeply considered and thoughtfully written.

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