A candidate in Florida’s 3rd congressional district, which spans from Gainesville to the Jacksonville city limits, is facing yet another scandal days away from the August 18th primary elections.
By Jacob Engels
For the past month, the Central Florida Post has been reviewing hundreds of pages of court documents related to the divorce and domestic abuse charges involving congressional candidate Dr. James St. George.
The documents detail his deeply disturbing personal and professional scandals. Testimony from his ex-wife, showcased how he abused her on several occasions, including an instance where he held her against her own will at knife-point as he ransacked their home into the early morning hours.
St. George’s ex-wife also testified under oath that he routinely abused the family cat by hurling it across the floor. The abuse became so regular that the cat had to be given away to prevent further abuse. Documents also delved into Dr. James St. George’s professional life as a physician, where he allegedly operated on the wrong kidney of a patient.
A second round of investigations by the Central Florida Post unearthed the fact that St. George changed his name around the same time of multiple inquiries into medical malpractice allegations and professional misconduct. Property records also detailed how he claims his homestead exemption on a mansion outside of the congressional district he is seeking to represent. His current residence is within Florida’s 3rd congressional district, but property records show it was purchased just months ago, proving that St. George has never even lived in the district and is the literal definition of a carpetbagger.
Now we have obtained additional sworn testimony that he was engaged in a tumultuous love affair with a married woman, who eventually became pregnant during their lurid tryst. St. George is billing himself as a “Christian Conservative”, but seems to have forgotten what the Bible says about adultery. Worse yet, St. George eventually found out that his paramour was seeing another man other than her husband or St. George, and launched a harassment campaign in a series of communications to the woman’s husband.
This allegedly led to the love child being aborted, something St. George has refused to apologize or acknowledge to voters. On campaign materials and advertisements, St. George claims to be pro-life, however, he never details his hand in the termination of an unborn child stemming from his extra-marital love affair.
As voters make their final decisions, baggage like this should weigh heavily.
Do we need more limp-wristed Republicans In Name Only (RINOS) or solidly PRO-TRUMP conservatives ready to help President Trump drain the swamp in his second term?
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, LauraLoomer.US, and The Gateway Pundit.
Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and special interests in the state of Florida and beyond.