Brandon Patty writes, "Here in St. Johns County, we have $370,575 invested in Unilever." Who knew County funds were invested in corporations? Which ones?
This stunning admission by our Clerk of Courts and Comptoler raises questions: where else are County funds invested?
In what corporations are they invested and why? With what results and effects?
Why would we want to invest in corporations, and not tell us on their website?
St. Johns County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller BRANDON PATTY is an expert on "Information Warfare" and a Lt. Commander in the Navy.
I requested the information on October 20, 2021, in response to his statements at BoCC on October 19.
After 17 days, BRANDON PATTY has still not disclosed the list of all of St. Johns County's investments, refusing to put it on Clerk of Courts and Comptoller and County Commission websites.
It's our money.
In the column below, he admits our County funds were invested in UNILEVER, an international oligopolist, only caring because UNILELVER owns Ben & Jerry's, with PATTY loudly complaining about "woke" companies.
Where else are our County funds invested?
Post the list.
Let's go, BRANDON.
Tell us. Now.
From Florida Politics (November 5, 2021)