The Florida Democrat Party’s annual leadership conference will take place July 15-17, 2022 at the JW Marriott in Tampa.
‘Leadership Blue 2022’ is brought you to by Big Pharma giant and COVID-19 injection fraudster, Pfizer.
Democrats Are Holding a ‘Leadership Conference’… Guess Who It’s Sponsored By.
— Natalie Winters (@nataliegwinters) July 11, 2022
The National Pulse had the scoop:
Taking place July 15th through 17th, the event and gala count Pfizer as one of its lead corporate sponsors in addition to Democratic campaign and lobby groups. ActBlue – the prominent payment processor for Democrats and Black Lives Matter – is also a sponsor, in addition to the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).
The “Leadership Blue” event, hosted in Tampa, convenes Democratic candidates for office and Florida Democratic Party (FDP) officials from across the state for training seminars and meetings.
Pfizer’s sponsorship appears to pose yet another conflict of interest given the company’s role as a COVID-19 vaccine maker which still enjoys government protection against legal challenges over their MRNA therapies.
Screenshots from the event’s list of sponsors:
Florida Democrats have frequently criticized Gov. Ron DeSantis for refusing to implement COVID-19 jab mandates for businesses and schools.
Who would financially benefit from the government mandating individuals to take their product to earn a living or go to school?
Pfizer, the Florida Democrat Party’s sponsor.
Cont. from The National Pulse:
The pharmaceutical giant has spent a record-breaking amount on lobbyists throughout COVID-19, strategically tapping former government employees with ties to Joe Biden, to push for authorization of its vaccine.
In 2019, the company spent $11,000,000 on lobbying efforts before increasing the total to $13,150,000 – the highest total since 2010.
In 2019, the company retained 77 lobbyists before the total grew to a team of 102 lobbyists in 2020. So far in 2021, Pfizer has declared 92 lobbyists.
The annual event moved from it’s original location, Disney World, due to pressure from LGBTQ activists over Disney’s initial refusal to condemn Governor DeSantis’s “Parental Rights Law.”