Damn those racist Republicans. They’re so racist that they voted for a Latino man over an Orange man.
During an interview on Fusion’s America with Jorge Ramos, Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist, D, cited racism and other intolerant views as the reason he left the Republican party.
Crist, who is running for his old office against incumbent Governor Rick Scott, R, said he felt uncomfortable being affiliated with GOP ideals, which he said are perceived as “anti-women, anti-minority, anti-women, anti-gay, anti-education, and anti-environment.”
Crist, an Orange-American, was comfortable being part of the GOP with anti-women, anti-minority, anti-women, anti-gay, anti-ponies, anti-dolphins, anti-showtunes and anti-manatee agenda until he lost a Senate primary to Marco Rubio, a Latino Republican.
Then outraged at the incredible racism of being defeated by a Latino Republican, Crist became an Independent.
In the general election, Crist was running against Marco Rubio, a Latino Republican and Kendrick Meek, a Black Democrat.
Bill Clinton begged Meek to drop out and let Crist win, because while there are plenty of Black politicians, there was only one Orange politician.
But Meek was too racist to listen. And Charlie Crist lost. By a landslide.
The Racist Latino vote went to Marco Rubio by 55 percent. 74% of the African-American racist vote went to Meek.
And even the White vote went to Rubio.
Sadly there are no exit polls on the Orange vote.
Despite running as an independent, 51 percent of Independents voted for Rubio.
Realizing that there was too much racism among Independents, Crist became a Democrat and is out to fight Republican racism.
Having lost an election to a Black man and a Latino man, this Orange-American is determined to expose Republican racism once and for all.
Some might say that Crist stopped being a Republican because he lost a Republican primary and stopped being an Independent because he lost as an Independent. But those people, like Crist, are probably racist.
Charlie Crist has yet to lose an election as a Democrat. He’s just completing his collection.