The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, October 10

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, October 10

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The latest reports show that Leon County gained 1,371 jobs in August. There were 161,398 people working in Leon County in August compared to last month’s revised employment number of 160,027.

Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare announced they will open a West Tennessee Street urgent care in order to service college students and residents on that side of town. The new center will be at the intersection of West Tennessee Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The new urgent care will be TMH’s third for Leon County.


Powell Kreis, the Programming Director and Festival Manager of LeMoyne Arts recently appeared on the Greg Tish Show on RealTalk 93.3 FM to discuss LeMoyne’s upcoming events.


Florida State volleyball’s Audrey Koenig was named the ACC Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week for the second straight time. Koenig delivered a career-high 24 kills along with a .435 hitting percentage and 19 digs at Miami. The Seminoles hit the road for matches at 11th-ranked Georgia Tech on Friday at 7 p.m., followed by a match at Clemson on Sunday at 1 p.m.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced he would declassify details about the Jeffrey Epstein scandal if elected. DeSantis said he “didn’t know why they didn’t make all that stuff public” and that “you have a right to know what happened.”

DeSantis, on the campaign traildenounced Hamas and said that Israel has a responsibility to “wipe Hamas off the face of the earth.” He went further and predicted that entities like the UN to denounce this as Israel’s fault and that the United States should continue to stand with them.

The Leon County Democrat Party took to Twitter – now known as X – and declared that “Tallahassee is a progressive City. Rural Redneck ‘Moms for Liberty’ Republican values should not decide our local affairs.” The head of the local Democrat party, Ryan Ray, is also the administrative aide for Tallahassee City Commissioner Jeremy Matlow.

Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz said that if he doesn’t get re-elected to Congress because of outing Kevin McCarthy from the House Speaker post, then it would have been worth it. “Look, I am here to fight for my constituents,” Gaetz said. “And I’m here to ensure that America is not on a path to financial ruin.”


10 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, October 10"

  1. “Rural Redneck ‘Moms for Liberty’ Republican values should not decide our local affairs.”

    …because, if we did, we would explain there are only two sexes that are easy to define.
    …because, if we did, we wouldn’t spend millions on electric buses to proved transportation for dead beat Dads, drunk drivers, ex-cons and homeless.
    …because if we did we would stop the growth of crime and we certainly wouldn’t spend hundreds of thousands on progressive groups that trying to figure out why gun crime is on the rise.

    Progressive rule means higher taxes to grow the welfare state. Thomas Sole said, the biggest detriment to Blacks in the 20th century has been welfare. Welfare provides incentives not to work.

  2. ALL those who are Celebrating and Supporting Hamas should be Deported to Gaza to Die with them.

    @ Little Flower = Those Sleeper Cells are all ready here thanks to Biden.

  3. Where is our Isreal hateing Demoncratic City Commission’s fake Resolution of Support of Isreal?
    Did they already push it out and somehow I missed it?

  4. I think the Moms should send Ryan Ray the URL link to the book review website. It should shock parents and, hopefully, him what utter pornographic garbage he’s fighting to give kids. Or, post it here for all to see!

  5. Little Flower, I have no doubt there are many sleeper cells in Florida and throughout the country. Biden and the Democraps have left our boders wide open. It is only a matter of time until we become Israel. People voted for this disaster. People need to wake up but I am afraid it is already too late.

  6. Hamas breaks into Israel and rapes, kidnaps, tortures, and murders civilians of all ages. And there are people in this country, including people in this state, who are proudly and publicly supporting Hamas. I hope they are not sleeper cells.

  7. I challenged the Official Twitter Page of the Leon County Democrat Party, on their “Rural Redneck” post expecting them to apologize, rephrase or ignore me. Instead, they doubled down as if we should accept the insults merely because we’re outnumbered. After a little back and forth, they responded with “We welcome Conservatives and Republicans”. It made me choke a little. After you posted this article, and WFLA mentioned it on air, I received notification of more “likes” in my comments but of course I’m now blocked from posting LOL
    No matter, I have screenshots!

  8. Hey Gov. DeSantis, I am pretty sure that the Jeffrey Epstein scandal was not made public to protect the Clinton’s.

    Hey Mr. Ray, who do YOU think should be deciding our Local Affairs, the Democrat Party? Look how great a job the Democrats have been doing so far, High Gas Prices, High Food Prices, High Interest Rates, High Crime Rates, Bad Economy…………….

  9. Rural Redneck Mom here – Ryan Ray, who died and made you God? My vote counts just as much as yours. Republican values belong in this county just as much as Democrap values. Whatever happened to Both sides working together for the common good of the people??! We “Rednecks” are not going anywhere.

  10. Ryan Ray came onto the comments yesterday and opened with a smart remark about it being a slow news day. He then went on to invite us to a cup of coffee… his passive aggressive act is perfect! Now, the question is, why would he want to have a cup of coffee with rural “rednecks” like us? If that little puke ever sees a real redneck coming his way, he better run. I switched parties because of people like him. Keep him in charge.

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