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What are you even doing Bill?

Taryn Fenske - August 8, 2018

Bill Nelson recently used a new lame excuse for not having time to meet with his constituents in Florida:

“This state is growing at 1,000 people a day” and he “has to spend part of each workweek in Washington…” (Of course, he failed to mention that most senators have the same schedule but still manage to be seen in their communities.)

But while Bill Nelson claims to be too busy in Washington to introduce himself to Florida’s newest residents, there’s another important meeting that he apparently can’t find the time for… the meeting with Judge Kavanaugh.

It’s been 51 days since Judge Kavanaugh was nominated, but Bill Nelson still hasn’t found time in his “busy” schedule to even schedule a meeting with him.

So, Bill, if you’re not meeting with constituents in Florida or meeting with a Supreme Court nominee in Washington, what exactly are you doing? Seems like the answer is not much at all.  


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