The Central Florida Post has obtained disturbing footage of the Orlando Sentinel editorial board interview between State House candidates Mike Miller and Beth Turra from 2016.
By Jacob Engels
Mike Miller is labeling himself as “100% Pro-Life” to potential primary voters in Florida’s 7th congressional district, yet he voted to fund the Planned Parenthood during his time in the Florida legislature.
Footage obtained by the Central Florida Post shows Miller defending the abortion organization and lamenting the fact that some of their locations could have been shut down through a proposal championed by Rick Scott.
When asked if he supported legislation that would have placed restrictions on abortions, Miller stated that he was proud to break with conservative legislators on this matter and supported “access to care,” which included abortions.
How can a GOP candidate for Congress argue that he is “100% Pro-Life” when he was one of just three Republican legislators to stand against curtailing the baby butchering occurring at Planned Parenthood?
His opponent at the time, Beth Turra even praised Miller’s bold stand against the GOP and for the abortion provider, explaining how she lobbied legislators like Miller as an activist for the group during the crucial vote.
“He did not vote to defund Planned Parenthood and I am very grateful that he did that,” Turra stated during the Orlando Sentinel candidate panel.
As I have said before, Mike Miller is a nice guy, but he voted to fund Planned Parenthood and accepted an endorsement from a Soros funded GOP sham group. That isn’t conservative and it’s certainly not part of the President’s “America First” agenda.
Miller even called Trump a “con-artist” in action. This latest revelation should concern GOP primary voters who are on the lookout for Never Trump Republicans trying to claim the President’s mantle for their own political advancement.
Scott Sturgill, a Sanford businessman running against Miller has been endorsed by Donald Trump’s longtime confidante Roger Stone and Florida Right to Life.
Voters head to the polls on August 28th.
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.