• MUST SEE: Rudy Giuliani Eviscerates “Joke” Flip-flopper Charlie Crist

    Our friend  Javier Manjarres of The Shark Tank captured an epic four-minute anti-Charlie Crist rant from former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

    While delivering a stump speech for Florida Governor Rick Scott in Miami, Giuliani called Crist out for going from a “committed, strong, rightwing Republican” to “a joke” of a Democrat gubernatorial nominee.

    “Three times he promised to endorse me, three times he broke his promise. One time he promised Mitt Romney that he’d remain neutral, the next morning he broke his promise. This is a man that doesn’t know how to keep his word,” Giuliani said about Crist.

    The longer Rudy Giuliani spoke, the harsher his criticism for Charlie Crist became.

    “I have met a lot of people in politics,” Giuliani said. “I worked for President Ronald Reagan, I was Mayor of New York City, I was the United States Attorney for 2,000 years or something, like a long time.”

    Warning Florida voters further, Giuliani said, “The policies that Charlie Crist now supports–the ones he used to oppose just four or five years ago–are policies that once again will destroy this state, the way they destroyed this state before. This isn’t hypothetical. We don’t have to think about this. This has been proven. Charlie Crist ran this state into the ground. Rick Scott took it, rebuilt it.”

    A Real Clear Politics average of polls has the Florida gubernatorial race in a dead heat.

    However, Risk Scott seems to have an early advantage when it comes to early voting which is currently underway.

    As of Wednesday, some 559,133 registered Republicans have voted early or absentee compared to 421,425 registered Democrats and 198,423 independent or other. The Miami Herald has more on this:

    History aside, the advantage is with Gov. Rick Scott right now for a simple reason: More of his people are voting. And the fact is, Democrats pride themselves on doing well in early voting. And they’re losing it at the moment. The big test comes Saturday and Sunday, the first full weekend for early voting, when Democrats tend to flock to the polls.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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