Last month, REDBROWARD documented Broward County Circuit Court candidate Lea Krauss’ bungling of a Bible question at a political forum. Krauss was stumped when asked to name her favorite Bible scripture at a public forum hosted by the Broward Women’s Republican Club. Taken aback by the question, Krauss admitted she could not think of her favorite Bible passage.
When she asked the questioner if he had a favorite, the gentleman replied, “yeah, several.”
Now, Krauss has made another religious faux pas. This weekend, Krauss posted a selfie taken in the pews of the New Mount Olive Baptist Church in Fort Lauderdale. Krauss posted the picture on her campaign’s official Facebook page.
Doesn’t everybody know you’re not supposed to use your phones at church or synagogue? Maybe only regular churchgoers know this?
Perhaps Lea Krauss should skip the Democrat club meetings and find a good Sunday school.
Early voting starts 11AM today at multiple locations across Broward.
Here’s some early voting BRAINTEASERS to occupy your time while lined up to vote:
1. How many judicial candidates got immunity in exchange for their testimony in a “criminal situation”?
2. How many judicial candidates worked for jailed ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein?
3. How many judicial candidates represent convicted politician Sylvia Poitier?
4. How many judicial candidates were silent on public corruption because they were too busy chasing people picking up fruit from their yard?
5. How many judicial candidates hired staffers who carried moneybags filled with $100,000 of the Chait’s money?
6. How many school board candidates have lobbyist family members that are also huge Obama fundraisers?
7. How many school board candidates have close ties to Broward Commissioner Stacy Ritter (D-Booby Trap) and her mega lobbyist hubby?
8. Which judicial candidate loves mangoes?
9. How many candidates are using consultant and salami sandwich doyenne Judy Stern?
10. If you’re so damn tired of the waste and corruption, why do you keep voting for the same damn people?
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice…