Wingnut of the Day: Ronda Storms
Ronda Storms has been known for her petty vindictiveness. The Florida Senate transpotation committee voted to end the requirement of people getting badges to enter public ports. Currently, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement does the background checks and charges between $25 to 85 for state ID badges.
Sen. Tony Hill (D-Jacksonville) made the case to keep the current ID policy.
"The program has been a cash cow" for FDLE, said state Sen. Tony Hill, D-Jacksonville, a former longshoreman who has led much the effort in years past. He has co-sponsored a bill this year that will do away with the badges.
What was shocking was Storms behavior after the vote. Storms started singing.
"I think you can hear it. Do you hear it? Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah," she sang at the Senate Transportation Committee meeting. "It's coming from all the port people everywhere, and back in the back FDLE people are going boo, boo..."
"Tony [Hill], I'm surprised you're not dancing around."
Storms openly dissed FDLE police officers at a senate committee meeting. Storms continues to show contempt to people who do not share her narrow worldview.