CNN contributor, Democrat Andrew Gillum unable to speak at hotel party. Also found: meth and alleged male hooker

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MIAMI, FL – A former gubernatorial candidate in Florida, Democrat Andrew Gillum, was among two others in a hotel room on the evening of March 12th when an individual was treated for an alleged drug overdose. Apparently, the involved had too much of the party favors present.

Police say they found some bags of meth, and the former candidate was unable to communicate with officers.

Gillum, who lost the 2018 gubernatorial election to Republican Ron DeSantis, was living it up with some friends inside of a Miami Beach hotel room.

Gillum was raising the roof with two other people inside the hotel, and police happened to find three bags of suspected crystal meth.

Three bags. Three people. Just a coincidence, right?

Gillum did confirm that he was drinking that evening inside the hotel room, but swears he didn’t have any meth:  

“I was in Miami last night for a wedding celebration when first responders were called to assist one of my friends.

While I had too much to drink, I want to be clear that I have never used methamphetamines. I apologize to the people of Florida for the distraction this has caused our movement.”

Man, that had to be one heck of a wedding after party.

According to the police report, officers arrived at the Mondrian South Beach hotel after fire-rescue personnel were tending to a man for a possible drug overdose.

One of the men present in the hotel room with Gillum stated he arrived at the room at about 11:00 p.m. on March 12th. When he walked in, he noticed that both Gillum and the man being treated were “under the influence of an unknown substance” and noted that he saw “Mr. Gillum inside the bathroom vomiting.”

Oh, and it turns out that the man being treated for the overdose was a man by the name of Travis Dyson.

CNN contributor, Democrat Andrew Gillum unable to speak at hotel party.  Also found: meth and alleged male hooker

Apparently, Dyson is quite the popular lad in Miami as a well-known gay-male escort. I wonder if Gillum’s wife knows that he parties with that kind of crowd.

Well, that’s not exactly a good look for someone who had hopes and dreams of being governor of Florida.

When officers tried to speak with Gillum, the report stated:

“Mr. Gillum was unable to communicate with officers due to his inebriated state.”

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So, let’s assume that Gillum was only drinking that night.

He’s still 40-years-old, married with kids, and “allegedly” hanging out with male prostitutes. 

Is drinking too much a crime? No, it isn’t. But who is still drinking until they vomit when they’re 40-years-old while vying to be an elected official?

Who in their right mind, as a married man, thinks that hotel parties with male hookers is a good idea?

The police report also noted that the fire-rescue went back to see Gillum on a welfare check later that night just to make sure his vitals were normal.

Miami Beach Police Department spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez stated that the incident isn’t being looked into as a criminal matter.

Apparently, Gillum has been involved with some questionable matters in the past as well.

One instance that haunted him during the race to become the governor was his time as being the mayor of Tallahassee, Florida.

While the FBI was looking into potentially corrupt politicians, this guy actually accepted a ticket to the Broadway musical “Hamilton” from an undercover FBI agent. This resulted in a $5,000 fine after the state Ethics Commission stated he violated civil law by accepting a gift from a lobbyist.

Since his loss in 2018 to become the governor, Gillum was trying to gain more traction politically in hopes of rising up to reach that office one day. This also included the occasional appearance on CNN to boost that liberal clout.

Broward County commissioner Steve Geller, who also used to be the Democratic leader in the Florida Senate, thinks this hooker & meth fiasco isn’t the end of Gillum’s political career:

“I don’t know what Andrew Gillum’s next race will be or when. He has to run for something for it to be an issue. I don’t think he’s done. He’s a good speaker and a lot of people like him. And I think he’ll run for something. I don’t think it’s going to be right away.”

I would say he’d have to be on drugs to continue his political career, but he might have already beat me to the punch.

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