Former Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll has come out swinging against Rick Scott, and she's hardly mincing words. Even though she promises a tell-all book later in the year, she's letting some tidbits fly now, and they're not going to help stem the tide of damage he's already done for himself with minorities.
You'll recall that Carroll was forced to resign amid a criminal investigation of the company she was formerly a consultant for, Allied Veterans Of The World, resulting in 57 arrests for charges of illegal activities linked to a $300 million conspiracy. Carroll wasn't among those arrested.
In spite of that, as she left, she was praised by the Florida Republican Party for her "military advocacy," and even praised by Scott himself as he tossed her out.
Carroll was never a fan of Scott's until he picked her, saying previously that “we do not need someone in that seat who is learning” and is “in that seat for personal gain.” as she supported his opponent.
Her latest criticisms are much more detailed. Among them, that he employs a "good ol' boys system" that is bad for minorities: