Miami Mayor Says He Is Now In Talks With New York’s Biggest Firms, After New Tax Hike There That Could Spark Another Exodus

The Mayor of Miami says that he is now in talks with some of the biggest firms in New York about moving here after that state announced plans for a major tax hike.

Francis Suarez told CNBC that executives from major New York companies had been in contact with him since plans for a tax increase there were revealed.

Suarez said he couldn’t reveal the names of the companies, but that they were “the biggest firms in New York.”

The current climate in New York is “toxic,” Suarez said, and businesses are being very receptive to his pitches, he said.

CNBC quoted multiple executives who are considering permanently relocating to Florida since the tax increase was announced.

Both personal and corporate taxes are set to increase in New York, setting up a potential mass exodus from the state, CNBC said.

 

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Anonymous
13 days ago

The current climate in New York is “toxic,”

LOL, wait until they see how the City of Miami operates!

Anonymous
13 days ago

I hate to say but true

Anonymous
13 days ago

relative to NYC city of Miami is an oasis lol.

Anonymous
13 days ago

“relative to NYC city of Miami?”

Anonymous
13 days ago

far better here, the city is requiring every building to reduce their carbon footprint by 40% in a short timespan and crime is more rampant in nyc

Anonymous
13 days ago

But it’s not. The overall violent crime rate is considerably higher in Miami.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Not true.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Absolutely incorrect. Crime is down in the City of Miami.
Opposite of some cities, the City of Miami has been HIRING more police officers, and funding the police.

“Violent crimes are defined in the UCR Program as those offenses which involve force or threat of force. The Miami FL crime rate for 2018 was 629.54 per 100,000 population, a 12.68% decline from 2017. The Miami FL crime rate for 2017 was 720.94 per 100,000 population, a 18.77% decline from 2016.”

Anonymous
13 days ago

How is that a bad thing? Miami, a city threatened by sea-level rise, should look to emulate.

Anonymous
13 days ago

So is every city on the East Coast, especially NYC, where Manhattan was developed flattening a swamp.

J.M.
13 days ago

ThReaTenEd By SeA-LeVeL RiSe….I don’t think Miami is in danger of being underwater in our lifetime. Stop with the fear mongering.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^ What, give up one of my favorite talking points?.. I don’t think so!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Stop with the childish capital/lower case thing. You sound like a Valley Girl.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Amen! They better get a meeting with Loco Joe first or get familiar with the name Díaz de la Portilla.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Hahaha. Diaz de la Portilla for president.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Lol

Anonymous
13 days ago

What does the way Miami operates have to do with staggering city and state tax’s ?

Anonymous
13 days ago

I hear you. It goes to show how the mainstream media has most people totally hypnotized and brainwashed. They don’t see reality.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Miami has a business friendly environment. NYC does not. The NYC Mayor bullies restaurants and bars. Closing them down, then allowing them (how generous!) to open up at 25%.
So…the need to tax citizens to raise money to pay for services is directly linked to a robust economy and the “way Miami [gov’t] operates”

Anonymous
13 days ago

I’m coming out of the closet, I’M A COMMUNIST!

Anonymous
12 days ago

To be fair, the City of Miami operates very well if… You pay the right people off. and / or you were born into the wealthy oligarchy and political elite class, like the mayor was. otherwise your right, it’s not meant to work for like actual normal people who live here.

Anonymous
13 days ago

But will they move jobs here though. Seems like companies prefer to leave their expenses in NY but shift revenue to FL.

Anonymous
13 days ago

doesnt matter from a tax perspective. If you have large amount of employees or rent space in NYC youd still have to allocate some of your profits into the state (but would be smaller if you moved to FL). Ultimately, its a play for the employees to avoid tax on their individual earnings

Anonymous
13 days ago

this article is about Ny based companies moving to miami and it turned into a left-right political debate

Anonymous
13 days ago

That’s because righties are still mad about the presidential election.

Anonymous
13 days ago

OK lefty, feast yourself. You are going to be sorry one day.

Anonymous
13 days ago

“OK lefty, feast yourself. You are going to be sorry one day”

You mean sorry like that woman who got shot and died while storming the Capitol Building in Washington DC for Trump?

Anonymous
13 days ago

It’s only been five months. Lefties were made the day Trump left, and we be into losing Congress in 2022, and Trump returning possibly in 2024 without COVID as an excuse for swing States currently run by Democrats violating election laws.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Que?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Yeah.. you righties are doing everything you can to win the next election, like passing new devious election laws in your districts and not even letting people pass out water to voters standing in line.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Always does. That’s what they do all over Miami. Cafesito at Versailles anyone?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Wait until they have to live in Florida, no mass transit system, no theaters, restaurants concentrated in some specific areas, no schools in the urban core, no services in every corner (dry cleaning, small grocery shops, coffee shops, etc)

Anonymous
13 days ago

Thats true, miami looks like South American village compare with NY. What they will do the families of all these employees?Will discuss about butt lifting?

Playedthegame
13 days ago

Have you been to NYC lately? Its soul has been hollowed out.

Anonymous
13 days ago

have you been here papi / mami? hardly. LOL

Anonymous
13 days ago

The same could be said for Miami. Not the same anymore like it was in the 90s and 80s.

Anonymous
13 days ago

True!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Damn.. I’m agreeing with the comment above but I get two thumbs down while comment I’m agreeing with get two thumbs up.

Scratching my head….

Anonymous
13 days ago

I don’t think he’s been to a South American village either.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Miami does indeed need mass transit and more theatres but the rest is there and more is coming so they’ll be fine.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Miami indeed need more casinos. These tech folks will love to play in our loose slot machines.

Anonymous
13 days ago

lets not kid ourselves here. The people these companies are bringing down here are not low level employees. They will have large salaries and will most likely send to private schools, can choose whatever area suits their needs and most likely would not take mass transit.

I do agree that we need better transit getting into the core of City of Miami

Anonymous
13 days ago

yeah if you want to live in a hot vertical suburb knock yourself out

Anonymous
13 days ago

get your compass straight
vertical or horizontal suburb

Anonymous
13 days ago

Lmao…he was so eager to get his nasty point across he couldn’t remember the difference. Too many haters here.

Anonymous
13 days ago

If you don’t think it’s sufficient, than you can always move to NY I hear there’s good deals in apartments:)

Anonymous
13 days ago

That’s always the run- to default answer here isn’t it? If you dont like this or that….GET OUT! So………what’s the word…..um…..IMMATURE.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I see people come on this site and talk a lot of sh!t about other cities, but I remember not that long ago the herald was doing articles about the “brain drain” in Miami.

A lot of people in this city really have short memories.

Anonymous
1 minute ago

No, it’s the reality. See you have a choice so long as we are a free country. You won’t have the choice if the left takes over.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Well, Broadway won’t open till 2022, most restaurants in NYC are closed and chefs are moving elsewhere, police was defunded by their brilliant mayor deBlasio, most services in NYC are boarded up, garbage isn’t getting picked up on a regular basis, the subway is a mess and infested with crime, feces and homelessness. It’s obvious your head is stuck in the sand

Anonymous
13 days ago

Yeah…welcome to Miami, where no one under 30 wears a mask and wont get fined for not doing it and throngs walk the streets of South Beach spreading Covid to restaurant workers, Uber drivers, bar and hotel employees and anyone else who crosses their air space.

Anonymous
13 days ago

If you don’t like it move to NY where you’ll be harassed for not wearing a mask, lines to get in at most major grocery stores, increased crime, oh and they will also try to shove contact tracing down your throat. Have fun!

Anonymous
12 days ago

See what I mean…”if you dont like it move to NY”. You move ass.

Anonymous
12 days ago

So you don’t want someone telling you to move since you are obviously uncomfortable in Miami, but you want people to forcibly wear masks or else? Floridians have moved on, you obviously have not.

Anonymous
12 days ago

As of the first of this month:
New York total Covid Deaths per 100,000 = 255
Florida total Covid Deaths per 100,000 = 158

Florida is the 2nd “oldest” state in the union. 20.5% of the population over 65.
New York ranks #26th. 16.4%

The public policy makers in NY made some horribly stupid mistakes. Making people under 30 pay fines for not wearing a mask is a horribly stupid idea that will not provide any of the results that you think it will.

Anonymous
11 days ago

I’m in NY right now. This is extreme hyperbole. Restaurants are NOT closed, there’s two open right now right outside my building in Midtown Manhattan. Absolutely NOTHING is boarded up and the subway is cleaner than it’s ever been. The violent incidents in the news abberrations, crime is still relatively low and lower than any time from the 70s to the early 2010s. The homeless problem is real though, but most homeless people here are harmless.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Consider yourself lucky to live in a very cushy bubble in Midtown Manhattan where you do not have to fear the violence of the outer boroughs. Report back when you spend some time living in South Bronx.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Who GAF? 80s and sunny year round and scenery lifted out if a Corona commercial. Plus no state tax.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Guys!! stop with the insults! Debate as adults please….at the end of the day we are all Americans that want the best for this country… one may disagree with another on how…but if we just relax and debate with class wont hurt

Anonymous
13 days ago

“if we just relax and debate with class”

You’re kidding right? We saw republicons on TV storm the Capitol Building in Washington DC with hangman nooses in their hands and you think these people have class? lol…..

Anonymous
13 days ago

I’m a NYer that’s making the move to Miami (Midtown). I came down for a few months and loved it. Yeah, it’s not NYC, but I didn’t feel like I was missing much in Miami, and it has an energy that NYC has lost over the past 10 years. The area from the Design District to Downtown is fantastic, and add in the beach, and that area has everything I want out of a city and I don’t feel like I’m missing much by moving. Miami has an energy that’s been lost from NYC in some ways.

To be fair, I’m still going to have an apartment in NYC, so I’ll be there for part of the year and am hedging my bets in some ways, and if NYC does decline, it’s going to take a long time, but for the near future I’d bet on Miami over NYC.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Miami does not compare to NYC though. I mean, just look at that picture TNM posted of NYC.

Anonymous
13 days ago

These people don’t understand. You can’t compare a city with an almost five hundred thousand population to a city with a seven to eight million population… you just can’t!

Anonymous
13 days ago

They wont get your point either. You cant use logical arguments or even express your point of view without getting attacked. They left their banana republics because people were persecuted for speaking their minds, but they try soooooooo hard to do the same thing here. But hey…if you dont like it….GET OUT.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Miami is a relative upstart, as NYC once was.

Alpina
13 days ago

Sounds great, and i believe the guy is doing a great job trying to attract people to our Magic City. However, if had a job in NY and my company is moving to Mia, I think I would first try to look for another job in NYC before making the move to Mia; and don’t get me wrong, i love Mia but NY is a totally different league no matter how ‘toxic’ it is.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Amen. One of the greatest cities in the world.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Mana should be in the meetings with NY corporations…look at my record I will build you offices in no time….

Anonymous
13 days ago

Flagler street renovation off for years, c’mon Mr. Mayor!

Anonymous
13 days ago

I think NY can afford to lose some firms, please. You all need to stop. One minute folks are banging their heads about how the coasts are dominating the economy and so called ‘mid America’ which is not a geographic reference by the way, but means other things, is not seeing the ‘wealth’ spread then the next minute the world is supposed to be ending because California and NY lose a few companies or people. I thought NY was supposed to be over crowded? So ok then, the universe has smiled on a few other places so they can benefit. Just smile back take your pudding and trott along but keep it at that. This is how the world works and will work going forward. London’s losses in financial domination is some place else’s gain. Big deal. And so it goes. One or 2 places do not have to eat every freaking slice off the bread. Doesn’t mean you have to start gloating. Morons.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Come on down!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Why still people don’t understand that increasing taxes and government creates poverty !! 🥸

Anonymous
13 days ago

Because it doesn’t, that’s why. People refusing to work and their inability to spend and act wisely causes poverty.

Anonymous
13 days ago

It’s both.

Anonymous
13 days ago

because mainstream media hides the truth and reinforces the same rhetoric. Moreover, Dems want to experiment with socialism and they will fight to the teeth to stay in power in perpetuity. Most everyone in America doesn’t even know what is going on in Washington.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Ha! Please.. immigrants fleeing their countries love the “socialism” in this country.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Both parties want to stay in power perpetually. It’s the nature of the two-party system. However America has prospered more under Democrats. Republicans continue to ignore our infrastructure, for example, while other countries have surpassed us. Why? Because these two parties don’t care about the country, just holding on to power.

Anonymous
11 days ago

California should have exemplary infrastructure then right?! They don’t have to worry about Republicans taking some of their state & local power as the State has been reliably blue for decades.

As anyone who has had the pleasure of driving in and living in the golden state knows, the reality does not match the expectation. But hey, in a couple of decades and several billion dollars over budget, we will have a high speed train to Bakersfield!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous
9 days ago

I’ve been hearing since the 1980’s that every major corporation in NYC is calling the governors and mayors throughout Texas and Florida to relocate and that NY will be a total ghost town.

My parents told me they’ve been hearing this narrative going back to the 1969’s and 1970’s.

But it’s really really really really going to happen this time, right? Sure.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Lucky fellows that talk with the sexiest mayor in the country.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Blue states are in danger of collapsing.
The U.S. is in danger of collapsing if the Dems have their way.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I bet you voted for a former president who’s a republican from NYC last election?

Anonymous
13 days ago

He has the right to vote for whoever he wants you fascist..!!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

That’s what Trump is, a fascist and a dictator wanna be! I hope he end up in jail where he belongs. Trump has done a lot of damage to this country!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Speak the truth and these Trumpter’s get enraged!!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Not as much as Biden is doing in only 3 months 😛

Anonymous
13 days ago

^ Ha!.. the democrats fix the country’s economy that got f__ked up under the rebublicons and then after, these republicons slip back into office and assert the country’s economic growth is because of them.

They’re not called “Cons” for nothing!

Anonymous
13 days ago

What damage did Trump do to this country be specific?

Anonymous
13 days ago

What economic fix did Trump do for this country?.. be specific.

Anonymous
13 days ago

To be specific …🤔
Trump economy numbers on unemployment, GPD and increased manufacturing and energy independence are the reason 70 something millions voted for him !!! But leftist will not accept that … and parroting that Trump is a monster that kills gays, eat children alive and get more ice cream than his guest is the reason now we have a
Disaster at the border
Iranians bulling against
Inflation on the horizon
Unemployment galore
But the important thing is that “ we are going to stop the global warming “ 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤔🤗🤗

Anonymous
13 days ago

“Trump economy numbers on unemployment, GPD and increased”

The truth:

Because of Obama and the Democrats, the U.S. economy was rescued after a downward spiral under Republicons and when Trump was elected, he didn’t have to do anything but tweet.

“manufacturing and energy independence are the reason 70 something millions voted for him !!!”

The truth:

From the low point of the recession in 2010, the manufacturing sector added 916,000 jobs on Obama’s watch. That was roughly seven years, about twice the amount Trump’s been in office, so on an annual basis, the manufacturing employment gains per year were roughly similar between the two presidents. In fact, you can see in the chart that the pace of increase was fairly constant for Obama’s final seven years and Trump’s first three years. Sorry, but facts don’t lie.

“Trump is a monster that kills gays, eat children alive and get more ice cream than his guest”

The truth:

Thanks for telling us that.

“Disaster at the border” – So Mexico didn’t pay for Trumps new wall?
“Iranians bulling against” – So Trumps badass act didn’t work?
“Inflation on the horizon” – A football league closed under Trump, so?
“Unemployment galore”‘ – Like those casino workers after Trump?
“But the important thing is that “ we are going to stop the global warming” – Well one thing we won’t have to worry about anymore, and that’s hearing about another dumb tweet from the Donald.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Very, very nice. I respect anyone who can back up what they say with numbers and not hyperbole.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Ever heard about deregulation and economic growth?? 🤯🤯🤯
Remember Obama saying that GPD will never go over 1.9 or manufacture jobs will never comeback ( YouTube)
He had a very slow recovery curve until the Yellow Ogre came at put capitalism back in steroids
Now wait 2 years and see how the socialist green experiment is going to work
By the way …giving money to a bunch of people in Paris won’t change the fact that China, India and Russia still polluting like there’s no tomorrow!! 😂😂😂
And wait until the Iranians get destructive power they need and more money to finance Hezbollah!!!
No wonder Israel already took care of their plutonium producing plants 🪴 !!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Nothing. Presidents dont have that kind of power. Congress has the power to tax and spend money, regulate commerce and the Senate must approve most of the small things the president can do. Read the Constitution. Article I, section 8…the enumerated powers of Congress. Read it. Something Trump has never done.

Anonymous
12 days ago

1. The Job Creation and Tax Act that repatriated BILLIONS of corporate dollars.
2. Opening up land for lease, streamlining permitting processes, and insuring that the USA was Energy Independent for the first time in my lifetime.
3. Ditching NAFTA in favor of USMCA which gave American workers a better deal. This alone created over 100,000 jobs worth billions of dollars.
4. Requiring the for every new regulation, two be eliminated is my favorite. This makes for more sensible regulations to be implemented and erroneous regulations to ge eliminated.

etc. etc. etc.
It’s fair to not like Trump personally, or be insensed by his Tweeting, but it is very disingenuous to say that the America First agenda was a failure.

Anonymous
12 days ago

It was a failure. We live in a global economy whether we like it or not.

Anonymous
13 days ago

He denigrated the US, the office of the president, the Constitution, separation of powers, US intelligence, the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches, checks and balances, the ideals of Federalism, praised our enemies, insulted every minority group in our country, lied repeatedly to our citizens and turned on our allies. Please….gimme a break. Even crooked Hilary understands how the game is played. Yes. It is a game. A geopolitical game. Trump was way over his head.

Azarius
13 days ago

The hate he incites

Anonymous
12 days ago

^ Trump even pissed off a very racist Jeff Sessions and called vice president Pence a “p u s s y.”

Anonymous
13 days ago

So Trump is a fascist, but you think the poster should go to jail for simply saying somebody has the right to vote for who they want? Alrightly…

Anonymous
12 days ago

That is simply not true.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Thank you for defending the constitution and everyone’s freedom

Anonymous
13 days ago

The comment above yours doesn’t mention “right” anywhere. He/she is betting the jerk before him voted for Trump. Some of you guys get soooooooo wound up over the stupidest things. And I say jerk not because he may have voted for Trump, that’s his Constitutional right, but because of the hyperbolic nature of his rant.

Anonymous
13 days ago

He was never a “President.” He was an anomaly.

Anonymous
13 days ago

When three casinos under your watch go out of business, that could only mean that you are a pi$$poor businessman.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Lol.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Yeah, when is Mexico paying for the wall?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Look, I’ll get the wall built when the democrats give me the money!

– Donald Trump

Anonymous
13 days ago

Lol.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Even with all the trillions Biden is given to democrats states to bail out all their debts ( only 10% of the 1.9 trillion was for Covid help, the rest to pay for Democrats pet projects) they will keep increasing taxes !!! And waisting money in big government
And yes I voted for Trump, not because he was nice or decent but he understood that High Taxes is not the solution!!! Class warfare ( and now race warfare) won’t bring prosperity 🧐

Anonymous
13 days ago

Ha!.. a person who’s an expert about this country’s economics but can barely write a correct sentence in English.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Welcome to Miami, Miami, Miami.

Anon
13 days ago

What about the fact that red states are constantly bailed out by blue states in the form of redistributed federal taxes? States like Alabama don’t seem to be complaining about THOSE taxes lol

Anonymous
13 days ago

Republican states are true Welfare States. Have to be constantly saved by money from California.

Anonymous
13 days ago

YOU’RE RATIONALE IS SO F–K UP, is not even funny. You are a perfect example of the damage Trump has done to this country, devide and conquer.

Anonymous
13 days ago

hello Mr. Pot!

Anonymous
13 days ago

These people think if they say this stuff enough others will start to believe it. Can you imagine the same people who drive, use an ATM, a computer, understand technology also believe Qanon conspiracies? Scary s**t! It’s like when the serial killer neighbor is arrested and everyone goes ” wow…he looked so normal. A nice guy”. We are living in very scary times my friends, like nothing this country has ever seen. Reminds me of the 1840s and 1850s. I wonder if South Carolina will secede.

Anonymous
12 days ago

That is a Republican well worn trick.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Seek counseling. Or perhaps an intervention.

Afi K. James
13 days ago

thank you.

Anonymous
13 days ago

He loved race warfare, and instigated it openly many times including at the Capitol building.
Want to talk about wasting money? How about building a wall that is useless? We all saw the videos of illegals climbing over it and dropping kids over it, not to mention the tunnels. Golfing three to four times a week on the taxpayers’ dime? How many companies did he bring back from China? The answer is none. Of course he understood taxes, he paid very little if any. Once a con, always a con. “Only 10% of the1.9 trillion was for covid”? If you would stop watching the Republican mouthpieces, faux, OAN and Newsmax maybe you will discover the real facts.

Anonymous
13 days ago

OK and you continue to watch CNN and let them infiltrate you with toxicity.
You’ll be sorry in a couple years when this country will start collapsing in communism ideals

Anonymous
13 days ago

Here we go again with the lack of knowledge of the English language. INFILTRATE YOU WITH TOXICITY? Isn’t that communism fear mongering what they pushed when Obama was elected? Clinton? Carter? Yet here we are, and Cuba is still communist…and Venezuela, and Nicaragua….

Anonymous
12 days ago

If that happens, it will be under a Republican administration. Almost made it under the last one.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I don’t know what videos you were watching where kids were being dropped over fifty feet. Maybe one from the Obama era chicken wire fence with landings reused from Vietnam war surplus, just like the Obama era pictures of kids in cages?

Trump would have given you $2,000 in a bill that doesn’t give millions to Pakistan for gender studies, or ironically to build a wall between Syria and Jordan. How much tax has Biden/Kamala paid relative to their actual income (under the table bribes) rather than reported?

Anonymous
13 days ago

You mean misogynist, xenophobic, and nepotistic Trump, right? Go ahead, look up the words…I’ll wait.

Anonymous
12 days ago

“misogynist, xenophobic, and nepotistic?”

Look, stop using big words like that because I don’t and will never understand them.

– The Donald

Anonymous
13 days ago

^ It’s true, you to would’ve seen it happen if you watched real news sometime and get your head out of Faux Snooze’s a$$.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Excellent comment. Intelligent.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Tax cuts increases the national debt.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Spending increases the national debt.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Nope. It fills the pockets of the top 1% while you and I get nothing. I’ve never understood why poor people, or lower middle class people, (a huge part of Miamians) would ever vote for a Republican. Republicans in Congress generally defend the rich and dislike the poor. They hate “big government”, which generally means public services such as food stamps, unemployment compensation, Medicare/Medicaid, head start programs, Plan 8 subsidies, free and reduced school lunches, Title I programs in school, free clinics and all other social(list) programs. Some of these programs are being used right now by some members of your families.

Anonymous
13 days ago

^ But they love it when a kook talks them into backing his “Space Force” idea. Forget it that we already spend money on and already have an “‘Air Force.”

Anonymous
13 days ago

And like someone said …. socialism works until we run out of other people’s money !!! 😁😁😁😁😁

Anonymous
12 days ago

Medicare is not a public service. It is money taken out of every working persons’ paycheck each week, to be paid back on retirement. Don’t talk about things you know nothing about.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Yep, especially when it goes to the top ten percent , only to be paid back by the middle class.

Anonymous
13 days ago

New York State government has a budget twice that of Florida despite now being 10% smaller in population. Government there has become parasitic. It’s a long game. Miami will continue to grow at the expense of cities and states creating terrible business climates.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Be honest. You voted for him because he could kill someone on 5th Avenue and get away with it, because women let him grab their pu**y because he was famous, because he thinks immigrants of color are inherently different than European ones, and because he admires Putin, Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping. Right? That’s why I voted for him.

Anonymous
13 days ago

lol….

Anonymous
13 days ago

This is The nihilistic part of the Trump Deranged Syndrome!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Anonymous
11 days ago

Trump has a “tweeting syndrome.”

Anonymous
13 days ago

Alabama, Kentucky, and Mississippi are good examples of how red states are saving the union from collapsing.

Anonymous
13 days ago

“union?” I bet you won’t call one of those rebel state celebrators a “blue coat” to their face?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Alabama, Kentucky, and Mississippi are the poorest states in the union!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Alabama has a significant aerospace industry and Kentucky is home to many major companies.

Anonymous
13 days ago

KFC, LOL!

Anonymous
12 days ago

Alabama’s population is about five and a half million people and Kentucky’s population is smaller than that. Both of them combined couldn’t make even half of Florida’s or New York state’s population. Alabama and Kentucky’s industries and companies would be just like another seed in a watermelon for Florida and New York states.

Anonymous
13 days ago

STOP WITH THE BLUE AND RED SHIT, WE’RE ALL AMERICANS AND NEED TO COME TOGETHER TO SOLVE ALL OUR PROBLEMS!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Tell that to the Republicons.

Afi K. James
13 days ago

and democrats as well, neither party doesn’t care, that’s why i am an libertarian independent.

Anonymous
13 days ago

A “libertarian?” So you became a libertarian because you wanted to smoke dope and party?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Lol

Anonymous
13 days ago

…..and then I dreamt.

Anonymous
13 days ago

The only states in danger of collapsing are republican states. Alabama, West Virginia, Kentucky and the entire Apallation belt, Mississippi, Much of the Midwest, Idaho, Montana and many others. Get a grip and stop watching faux ‘news’.

Anonymous
13 days ago

But.. Fox News tells me what to think…

Anonymous
13 days ago

All those States can balance a budget.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Well, with budgets as small as theirs, it doesn’t take much to balance them.

Anonymous
12 days ago

The problem with balancing a budget is that nothing new happens, because the budget doesn’t allow it. So those states continue to stagnate, while others continue to develop.

Anonymous
13 days ago

And I thought Rush was dead.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I’m really on that Island where I said they should people on dope.

– Rush Limblah

Anonymous
13 days ago

We need to have a democratic mayor for the city of Miami. Suarez can go on to be a Fox News contributor and tango dancer.

Anonymous
13 days ago

can you elaborate on what you would expect a democrat mayor to do for the city of miami?

Anonymous
13 days ago

More shelters and drug facilities. More homeless camps in parks and a big BLM mural that takes the all Biscayne Blvd✊🏿

Anonymous
13 days ago

^ So that’s why the Republicons are trying so hard to initiate policies to get rid of DACA kids?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Because if minorities become the majority in this country, repugs will no longer have the power to influence anyone. It would be their worst nightmare. It explains the meaning of MAGA. It also explains why he was reluctant to send covid supplies to major urban cities that are usually heavily populated by minorities. It was ok for minorities to die from covid because it helped their cause, as sick as it sounds. It is also why repug in Congress and Senate stood by quietly while he did the dirty work for them.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I’m an independent, Florida’s homeless population dropped significantly under our Republican leadership, while California’s and New York’s homeless population increased under Democratic leadership.

A BLM mural will do nothing to help black people. If fixing racial injustices and systemic racism was as easy as slapping some paint on a wall or street, it would have been done already.

Surface level stuff like murals or naming of things after commendable African-Americans really does nothing, and politicians know that.They dangle stuff like that, to make African-Americans feel good and like progress is being made, but it’s nothing but empty calories you find in junk food, because you’ll still be hungry in the end. Because to enact great change to right the wrongs of our system requires more than names and paint. It requires restructuring, training, and fresh ideas.

Anonymous
13 days ago

What systemic racism???
That’s something the Dems invented to instill division in this country.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Another repugnant line.

Anonymous
13 days ago

LOL, he was being facetious.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Most of the people who call themselves an “Independent” did so after they were really embarrassed by George Bush Jr.

Anonymous
12 days ago

GW was a genius compared to the p grabber.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^ Sadly, I must agree with you there…

Coco
11 days ago

More shelters and drug facilities, California, Oregon, and Washington have Democrat government and are doing an awful job.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Are there any naked pictures of Suarez?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Seems small

Anonymous
13 days ago

I wish !!! He’s kinda of cute 🥰