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Op-Ed: Another Invitation for Twitter to Fly the Coop and Land in Miami, Florida

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Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis tried to entice Musk with a dreamy sunset photo of beach bliss. @JimmyPatronis

PORTSMOUTH, OH –  Wow, what a feather in the Sunshine State’s cap if the Twitter headquarters relocated to Miami. U.S. Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL) recently penned a letter to CEO Elon Musk with an invitation to nest in Miami-Dade County.  

The mayor of Jacksonville, Florida Lenny Curry, sang a welcome song and suggested a new bird house for Musk in Florida in an April appearance on Fox Business.

CFO Jimmy Patronis tried to entice Musk with a dreamy sunset photo of beach bliss. 


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In April, Patronis launched a website where Floridians can add their names to a petition inviting the social media bird to flap from San Francisco to Florida. 

But what does the Big Bird (aka Gov. Ron DeSantis) think about the southern flight? 

DeSantis chirped, “In Florida, I think we’ve done very well, particularly over the last few years, attracting businesses that are producing things. We’ve worked really hard on vocational and career education — importing some tech company from San Francisco has not been high on our list,” he said. “I think that what happens is they’ll tend to come in, they drive up the cost of living for everybody else and OK, yeah, they enjoy our lower taxes, but you know, what are they really providing?according to CBS News Miami. However, DeSantis expressed kudos that Musk purchased Twitter.  

Patronis wrote, “Hey @elonmusk, this is what Team Twitter could see ever[y] evening if your HQ was in the Free State of Florida.” 

Looks like the bed squad in the Department of Building Inspection in San Francisco is playing a game of chicken by investigating reports of a couple of beds Musk installed at the Twitter headquarters for hard-working employees. 

Musk tweeted a response to the circling vultures. So, city of SF attacks companies providing beds for tired employees instead of making sure kids are safe from fentanyl. Where are your priorities @LondonBreed. 

Perhaps it’s time for Musk to wave ta-ta to bird brain Gov. Gavin Newsom and his commie policies.  

Is Czar Gavin Newsom Vying For A Seat At The Right Hand Of Wanna-Be Dictator Klaus Schwab?

Time for the bluebird to become a seabird? Perhaps. Floridians will be birdwatching for sure.  

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