Emoji-Meter: Florida Media, Primaries, Kathryn Mizelle and more!

by | Aug 14, 2020


Sometimes words just aren’t enough.

Florida Media

Push a doom and gloom narrative, media outlets around the state continued to publish a bevy of articles painting the false picture that Florida hospitals are being overrun with COVID-19 patients. Instead of being transparent, these outlets constantly neglect important data — such as the discharge rate. If you want the truth, click HERE.


In four days, Florida voters head to the polls and cast their ballots for their favorite candidate. On tap are several campaigns vying to represent key strongholds across the state. There’s a lot at stake in many of these primaries, and some could prove vital to President Donald Trump‘s reelection chances. For a rundown of what races to keep an eye on heading into Tuesday, click HERE.

Kathryn Mizelle

The University of Florida Law School Alum had her young law career elevated on Wednesday after President Trump nominated her to serve as a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. The move was met with admiration from two of Florida’s most popular officials — Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio.

Bob Cortes

The former state representative continued to catch fire in his bid to retake House District 30, picking up another straw poll victory this week. The latest win comes from the 2020 Political Hobnob Primary Edition Straw Poll, sponsored by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Cortes garnered 85% of the vote in Seminole County and 57% of the vote in Orange County, where more than 1,000 people participated.

Judson Sapp

Sapp continued to roll out endorsements this week, picking up what may be his “hardest hitter” to date. UFC Hall of Famer, Tito Ortiz, backed the businessman’s campaign — adding to a growing list of prominent endorsements. While one endorsement usually doesn’t swing an election, Sapp has built an impressive portfolio of backers to date. He’s one of the front-runners in CD 3’s Republican primary and his heap of national names could be the difference-maker.




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