September 28, 2022

Senator Rubio slammed after he gloats over his mention on Donald Trump’s blog

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Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) is infamous for tweeting out Bible verses that many see as the highest form of hypocrisy coming from a man who supports all of the misanthropic policies Republicans spend their time attempting to legislate.


For all his public displays of words of piety, however, Rubio’s actual actions as a GOP senator undermine any spiritual messages that he may be superficially promoting on his Twitter feed.

Indeed, the Florida senator’s most recent fundraising email indicates that he seems to have more faith in Donald Trump as his political messiah than he does in any of the Proverbs verses he regularly posts to social media.

ABC News’ Rick Klein brought attention to Rubio’s campaign donation solicitation in a Twitter post that notes how excited the oleaginous senator was to be among the first Republican politicians mentioned in the disgraced ex-president’s new blog masquerading as a social media “platform”.

Social media response to the news of Rubio’s preternatural obsession with his prominence in Trump’s consciousness (if it can be called that) was brutal, to say the least, with many people focusing on the senator’s comments about the former president when he was campaigning against him during the 2016 primaries.

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While Senator Rubio excels at making himself an easy target for his critics, he is still a potent force in Florida Republican politics. and it will require Democrats to mount a concerted effort to defeat him in his re-election bid.

When Florida Democrats decide upon their candidate to run against Rubio, please consider donating to that opponent’s campaign fund in order to rid Congress of the brown-nosed acolyte of a corrupt and defeated former national disaster.

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Vinnie Longobardo

is the Managing Editor of Washington Press and a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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