A perfect example —among many— is Florida Senator Rick Scott (former governor of the state).
According to some official sources, he has a net worth of $166 million and declared $133 million for investments covering all sectors of the economy.
He is being regarded as one of the wealthiest lawmakers in the Senate.
His wealth was somehow affected after he spent $65 million to beat Democrat candidate Bill Nelson.
It is believed the actual wealth of Senator Scott is hardly difficult to determine as the informational standards only need certain revenue categories.
Ann Scott, his wife, bought some assets valued at $1 million or more. Hence, her estate cannot be calculated either.
Suffice to say that this multimillionaire Senator served as governor of Florida, and he took charge thanks to his billions.
Few have forgotten that when Scott aimed to work as governor, he was supported by neo-Nazi political party Tea Party.
Miami —known to be headquarter of several terrorist groups of Cuban origin since 1959— belongs to that state.
Not always clandestine, some of those who carried out terrorist attacks against Cuba went as far as to say publicly what they had done.
Moreover, resounding tributes were made to celebrate terrorists like Luis Posada Carriles and Orlando Bosch Avila.
Observers believe Rick Scott had some sort of involvement behind the scenes as he facilitated every plot of the darkest sector of the American society, particularly in Florida.
Thus, it is not surprising Florida is a very valuable state when it comes to U.S. elections.
This Senator strengthens the idea of who the rulers of the U.S. are.
Today’s President Donald Trump took office with the least amount of popular votes. But he was backed by an important sector of Wall Street.
Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Diaz/ CubaSi Translation Staff
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