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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Rick Scott tries to buy coffee, gets yelled at by Florida woman

Posted By on Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 12:37 AM


Gov. Rick Scott was just trying to get a cup of joe at a Gainesville Starbucks, but a local woman was not having it. 

In probably the most cathartic video this year, Stephen Bender captured Cara Jennings yelling at Scott about opposing Medicaid expansion and the moment when she straight up calls him an asshole. Bender says in the video's YouTube comments that he missed the part of the yelling match where Jennings took Scott to task about HB 1411, the bill that increases restrictions on abortion clinics.  



At one point, Scott tells her, "We've got a million jobs," before scurrying out. 

Jennings later told WFTS that "a number of people came up to me and thanked me." 

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