The woke Florida prosecutor who was recently targeted by Governor Ron DeSantis has now been accused of abusing taxpayer funds to attend leftist DA group events.

As The Daily Wire reports:


The Democratic state prosecutor who Florida GOP Governor Ron DeSantis suspended allegedly made several taxpayer-funder trips to attend events held by an activist group featuring some of the most famous radical Left district attorneys in the country, according to a report.

The Florida Standard reported that it obtained records through the Freedom of Information Act confirming a source a sources’ allegation that Andrew Warren used Florida taxpayer money to fund meetings and events that involved trips across the U.S. from 2017 to 2022. The records, which were not posted online, allegedly show Warren traveled to events held by the group Fair and Just Prosecutions in Seattle in July 2017, Boston in September 2017, New York in August 2018, Houston in December 2018, New York in September 2021, and Washington D.C. in May 2022.

When asked about this fact at a press conference at which he spoke of his lawsuit targeting DeSantis, Warren replied, “If your question isn’t about the lawsuit I’m not taking the question.”

Fair and Just Prosecutions boasts on its website, “With communities across the nation reimagining public safety and calling for an end to mass incarceration, a new generation of elected prosecutors has emerged with a powerful vision to transform the criminal legal system.”

Other members of the group include former San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin.




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Katydid
Katydid
1 month ago

He was well trained in the marxist handbook. If you don’t want to answer, just deflect.

JimN
JimN
1 month ago
Reply to  Katydid

That is also the Clinton way. Also, don’t answer the question you were asked, answer the question you wanted to be asked.

Mikey
Mikey
1 month ago

Gotta be Soros lackeys. Every last one of ‘em.

Edie
Edie
1 month ago

What kind of an oath did he take when he took over the prosecutor job? Did it have something to do with upholding the law and supporting the Constitution?

Paul Aldredge
Paul Aldredge
1 month ago
Reply to  Edie

Definitely, but you know how Liberal snowflakes are, “Rules are for thee, not for me!”