[Ed. – Seems we’re a little impervious to hints here.]
“I want to let the people of Broward County know I came here to fight, make good on my promises to finish the job that was entrusted to me,” Israel said. “I am running for election in 2020, and the voters in Broward County, they understand the injustice. …
Israel said the process that led to his ouster and the outcome were unfair.
“This process was a sham. It was a farce, and we’re going to get back in,” Israel said in a telephone interview with the South Florida Sun Sentinel shortly after the Florida Senate voted to remove him.
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The Senate voted 25-15 on Wednesday to uphold Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision earlier this year to suspend Israel, citing incompetence and neglect of duty.