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Article by Bryan Howard
October 26, 2018
Democrat Andrew Gillum is running for the Governor of Florida, but has been involved in a scandal that seems to be catching up with him. As we know the FBI has been working undercover in Tallahassee investigating Andrew Gillum’s Mayor office for illegal corruption, but we haven’t seen hard evidence yet. However, that changed Friday morning when a bill was released showing that Gillum received thousands from the undercover FBI agent.
It is reported that the FBI was investigating Gillum for a pay for play scheme with business owners so they put an FBI agent undercover. The Agent posed as a developer seeking to do business with Gillum’s Tallahassee government under the name of Mike Miller. It seems Gillum did have a pay to play scheme in hand when a bill was released charging Agent Miller thousands for a dinner go towards his campaign. The Bill came from lobbyist Adam Corey whos lawyer released it for the public to see.
The Tallahassee Democrat reported, “It is the first piece of evidence linking the ongoing FBI probe to Gillum’s campaign for governor. “The emails and receipts released Friday as part of a supplemental records request from the Florida Commission on Ethics shows that the agent, Mike Miller, was invoiced $4,386 by 101 Restaurant and Mint Lounge, a restaurant owned by lobbyist Adam Corey at the time.”