90 Miles From Tyranny : Florida Governor Candidate, Andrew Gillum Had Intimate Relationship With Male Lobbyist

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Florida Governor Candidate, Andrew Gillum Had Intimate Relationship With Male Lobbyist

By Jacob Engels

Our sources in Florida’s capital city of Tallahassee, where Gillum has served as a Commissioner and now Mayor, say he was intimately involved with Adam Corey.

It is 2018. Nobody should be afraid to embrace their sexuality and be who they are. I am openly gay. We all come to terms with our sexual preference in different ways and at different times in our life.

Over the past week, a photo of Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum and his lifelong friend Adam Corey has been circulating online with a lot of debate over just how “close” the two had become. Corey, like myself, is openly gay.

Our sources in Tallahassee have confirmed that it is well known among capitol power-brokers that Andrew Gillum and Adam Corey were engaged in a long-term intimate relationship. Corey was once Gillum’s campaign treasurer and appeared before Gillum as a lobbyist during his time on the Tallahassee City Commission.

Corey is now the subject to and FBI corruption probe that has ensnared the Tallahassee City Commission, according to multiple news reports. As is Gillum, depending on what you are reading. Both deny being the subject of the probe. The FBI is reportedly aware of the special nature of their relationship.

As Gillum has drawn heat over failing to reimburse Corey for lavish vacations to New York and Costa Rica with a cadre of other lobbyists, he has swiftly thrown his friend of over 20 years under the bus quicker than quicksand.

They are no longer friends and have seemingly excommunicated one another from each other’s lives. So… what does it matter if Corey and Gillum did in fact engage in a long-term intimate relationship?

I would argue that Floridians deserve to know the full scope of the men or women who run for high-public office, especially any relationships that speak to their character and how they interact with those close to them who benefit financially.

In the past, Charlie Crist faced similar rumors alleging that he was either bi-sexual or gay. It started with a whisper campaign and articles similar to this one, ending with several men coming forward. Crist would go on to marry Carol Rome (they are now divorced), however the rumors still persist and remain prevalent among Florida politicos to this day. The former Governor is now a Congressman in the Tampa area.

These rumors and alleged relationships with other men caused Crist legal trouble in 2012 when he was sued by former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer. For Crist, most of the allegations were during his single years, and make his case quite different than Gillum’s.

Given the fact that Gillum is a married man and father, these alleged interludes with Corey over a long period of time present several problems for not only his campaign, but his potential governorship.

What if Mr. Corey has compromising information on Gillum that he could use to influence his actions as Governor if he were elected? More importantly… IF these allegations are indeed true… why would we want to elect someone who is not being honest with us about who they...Read More HERE

1 comment:

WDS said...

So in other words he's now a member of THREE protected classes. Black, Democrat and GAY... This guy's a shoo in for the diversity minded voter.