Maskless Broward Teachers Union President Parties With Rapper Kodak Black On Saturday, Then Scolds Governor Ron DeSantis About Mask Mandate In Sun-Sentinel Editorial.

Anna Fusco scolds Governor DeSantis

It was a star-studded weekend for Broward Teachers Union (BTU) Anna Fusco. On Saturday, Fusco and Broward School Superintendent Vickie Cartwright partied with rapper Kodak Black and other politicos in Margate. Even though both women are staunch mask mandate supporters, neither Fusco nor Cartwright wore masks at the dedication of a recreational facility.

But the Broward hypocrisy parade didn’t stop there. On Sunday, the Sun-Sentinel published an editorial by Fusco scolding Governor Ron DeSantis over his fight against Broward Schools’ mask mandate.

Fusco wrote, “Governor DeSantis needs to pause his partisan fight against masks so that all Florida school boards can require masks for kids and educators.

Fusco declared, “It’s a simple formula: Masks+ Vaccinations= Healthier Schools!

If the formula is so simple, why did Fusco and Cartwright attend a large gathering without masks? What if the Margate event becomes a “super spreader event?”

They were mask free on Saturday. Hundreds of people attended the Margate event. Proof of vaccination was not required. Yet Cartwright and Fusco walked the red carpet to snap pics with a rapper.

Back in July, Fusco and Cartwright wore masks in Facebook video welcoming Cartwright to Broward.

Was this all for show?

Did Fusco and Cartwright get tested on Sunday?

Are Fusco and Cartwright in quarantine?

Are two of Broward’s top school officials interacting with staff, educators and kids this Monday?

How can Cartwright and Fusco continue to scold parents, students and politicians who reject their mask mandate push?

Will the Sun-Sentinel add a note to Anna Fusco’s hypocritical editorial?

Anna Fusco & Kodak Black
Broward School Superintendent Vickie Cartwright on red carpet with Kodak Black.

Broward Republican Chair Candidate Admits Violating Florida Fundraising Laws


Gene Robinson sent BREC members this scene from the 1991 gangster movie A Rage In Harlem
 One of the candidates hoping to lead the Broward Republican Party admits he is violating Florida statutes regarding fundraising. Eugene “Gene” Robinson often touts his role as a “professional fundraiser” as the best reason to elect him chairman of the Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC). Robinson mentioned his work as a fundraiser when he ran for BREC chairman in 2010, 2014 and this year. BREC will elect a new chairman on Monday, October 26th.

Florida law has strict guidelines and proceedures regarding professional fundraising solicitors and consutlants. An individual or business who solicits funds from the public must first register with the Florida Department of Agriculture. A Department spokesman told REDBROWARD the failure to register can lead to “severe” civil penalties and criminal charges.

A search of the State database shows Robinson is not registered as a professional fundraiser.

In a telephone interview with REDBROWARD, Robinson admitted he is not registered with the State of Florida. Robison was asked about his fundraising activities at last week’s debate at a Tea Party Fort Lauderdale meeting. “I am not registered,” Robinson told REDBROWARD.

“I didn’t know about registering,” Robinson said. “Besides, I never made any money from fundraising. I have never been paid for fundraising.” When asked if he had any paying employment, Robinson said his “very nice family” takes care of him. Lack of financial benefit does not exempt one from registering.

Robinson said he raised funds for Coral Springs Chargers youth football, Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School and for a young lung transplant patient.

Robinson could not remember how much money he raised for these groups. Robinson said he is not a member of any professional fundraising organization.

This is just the latest odd twist coming from the Robinson campaign. In an email announcing his campaign, Robinson included a link to violent clip from the 1991 gangster movie A Rage In Harlem. In the clip, a violent thug (played by Robinson) attempts to rob a character portrayed by actor Forrest Whittaker. The clip ends with one gangster holding a gun to Robinson’s head.

Sure it’s Hollywood make-believe, but is this the image BREC wants for its chairman? 

Robinson is running against Lauren C. Cooley, a 23 year old musician and Robert Sutton, the acting BREC chairman.


Gene Robinson plays a low-level thug in A Rage In Harlem (1991)