Pam Bondi has been officially married and divorced twice and is now living with her current partner with whom she entered into an "unofficial non-binding commitment ceremony."
Apparently, Bondi has no problem with non-traditional unions as
long as they are her own.
Of the 6 million disenfranchised citizens in the United States, approximately 1/4 of them are Floridians.
As another example of Bondi's "Colorblind Justice," the NAACP cites a recent Florida voter purge initiative which "erroneously flagged and purged 12,000 voters. Over 70% of those flagged voters were African American or Latino."
￼A 2013 Reuters Poll showed over 40 percent of recent U.S. college graduates are still struggling to find jobs and are either unemployed or underemployed.
￼Then Bondi’s buddies in the Republican party cut the Bright Futures Program by over $40 million.
Bet Floridians wished Pam Bondi’s dad got them all jobs, too.
According to the Huffington Post, “Bondi has drawn criticism…for accepting campaign contributions from companies the attorney general is investigating. LPS and its former parent Fidelity National Financial -- which is under investigation by the attorney general, as part of the LPS probe -- together contributed thousands to Bondi’s campaign last year.”
The Trump donation came three days after Bondi’s office announced a review of allegations in a lawsuit initiated by the NY Attorney over get-rich-quick seminars associated with Trump. Bondi’s office subsequently dropped the review. Surprise Surprise.
Pam Bondi showed how seriously she takes her role when she rescheduled an execution in order to attend HER OWN political fundraiser.
Bondi showed her “concern” about health care costs by leading the charge AGAINST the Affordable Care Act and also declining to request the extra money needed by the AHCA to investigate and monitor fraud in Medicaid claims.
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