Democrat Politicians Gather At Broward Supervisor Of Elections Office To Protest New Florida Voting Laws

Broward Democrat politicians gathered at the Broward Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office on Saturday to protest new Florida voting laws. The rally was part of a national Democrat campaign to garner support for Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House Resolutions (HR 4 & HR 51) and Senator Chuck Schumer’s “For The People” agenda. The highly partisan campaign rally was hosted at the taxpayer-funded SOE office in Lauderhill.

REDBROWARD asked Supervisor of Elections Joe Scott if he invited any Republicans to the rally. “I didn’t invite anyone,” Scott said. “This isn’t my event.”

Yet, when he was introduced, Joe Scott said he was “so happy he was asked to host the event” at the SOE office. Who asked Joe Scott to host the event?

Scott accused Florida Governor Ron DeSantis of scheduling upcoming elections to hurt Democrats. After he spoke, Scott can be seen using SOE equipment to fix sound problems.

The good news: The Broward SOE office is now available to host partisan political events. The awning over the office’s front door provides the perfect shade for those hot and humid summer rallies!

Other speakers included Fl State Rep Bobby DuBose, Fl State Rep Robin Bartleman, Fl State Senator Shevrin Jones and Broward County Commissioner Beam Furr.

Democrat State Committeeman Ken Evans was in the crowd as was political consultant Barbara Miller.

Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness arrived after the rally ended. Better luck next time Dale!

Broward Young Democrats Clueless About Its Local Candidate Endorsements

Clueless Broward Young Democrats

While they perfected a pro-Chinese message on the Fourth of July, the Broward Young Democrats (BYD) seem clueless about their endorsements of local candidates. As REDBROWARD earlier this week, the BYDs social media account delivered an anti-American message on Independence Day. When a lone young Broward Democrat objected to the “devisive” messages, several young Broward Democrats pounced with more virulent anti-American screeds.

Now, it appears the BYDs incompetence extends beyond American history, political science and economics. In a Facebook post touting the BYD Convention next week, the next generation of Broward Democrat leadership cannot even figure out which candidates are running for which seat!

Under “BYD Endorsed Candidates,” the group backs Jasmen Rogers-Shaw as its pick in the Florida House District 93 seat. Just one problem, Rogers-Shaw is not running in the District 93 race. Kinda Thompson Gonzalez is the Democrat sacrificial lamb running against Republican Chip LaMarca, the strong District 93 incumbent.

Jasmen Rogers-Shaw

Jasmen Rogers-Shaw, who recently revealed she contracted COVID-19, is running in the District 95 race. This district covers Lauderhill, Lauderdale Lakes and other parts of central Broward. Democrat Anika Omphroy is the current District 95 representative.

According to the graphic, the BYDs endorsed Shevrin Jones in the Florida House District 101 race.

Shevrin Jones

Just one problem. Shevrin Jones is NOT running in the District 101 race. Due to term limits, Jones is a heavy favorite to win a seat in the Florida Senate.

Joe Kimok wants to legalize drugs

When it comes to the Broward State Attorney race, the Broward Young Democrats cannot even make an endorsement. Instead the chose Harold Pryor, Joshua Rydell and uber-leftie Joe Kimok as their “Candidates of Distinction.”

How does the BYD back a challenger over an incumbent Democrat?

How do the BYDs not know it’s most popular elected official is running for a Senate seat?

Maybe they’re spending too much time researching Chinese ketchup?

School Board Member Rosalind Osgood’s Sister Set To Lead School With “Racist” Name?

Dr. Rosalind Osgood

This will be a big week for School Board Member Rosalind Osgood. On Tuesday, she will discuss with her fellow School Board Members whether they should rename schools with the word “Plantation” in their titles. Dr. Osgood believes Plantation has racist connotations. On Wednesday, her sister officially takes over as the principal at Plantation Park Elementary School.

Last week, Osgood told the Sun-Sentinel, “she’s open to reviewing any school names that have ‘any racial undertones or any type of connotation that causes hurt for a group of people.’”

While she officially becomes principal on July 1st, Dr. Ingrid Osgood is no stranger to Plantation Park Elementary having served there as an intern principal. In her message to parents, Dr. Ingrid Osgood stated home happy she was to be “returning home.” Does that sound like the sentiment of someone filled with “hurt?”

Just imagine all the questions Dr. Ingrid Osgood will be fielding thanks to her sister’s idea to change names of schools. Wait until parents hear about Dr. Rosalind Osgood’s defense of fellow Board Member Ann Murray’s use of racial slurs and “white privilege” memes? Will parents remain silent like Board Members Robin Bartleman and Donna Korn and former Board Member Jennifer Gottlieb?

Stay tuned…

Here’s Dr Ingrid Osgood’s address to the Plantation Park Community:

As you may already know, I was appointed by the School Board of Broward County to be the new principal at Plantation Park Elementary. I am happy to be “returning home” to work with our amazing students, parents, faculty/staff, community members, and education partners once again!
While I do not officially begin my tenure as principal until July 1st, I did not want to wait that long to introduce/re-introduce myself to you and to “see” you all. I know that change in leadership can sometimes be stressful and I want to reassure you that we will continue to build on the great relationships we formed when I first arrived at our school almost 4 years ago. I remain steadfast in my commitment to ensure all students receive a high quality education in a safe, secure, supportive, and nurturing learning environment.
I am scheduling 2 “Getting to Know You” meetings that you have the option to attend. The meetings will be accessible through the MS TEAMS Meeting link provided in your email and will begin at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24th. I am offering 2 different times, hoping that you will find it possible to attend either one of the meetings based on your schedule that day.
I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday! ~ Dr. Osgood