Sunday, September 04, 2022


There's one big spoiled brat pack baby who just made a top ten list.  

When TRAVIS JAMES HUTSON was fourteen or so, his wealthy parents set up a 1999 Dynasty Trust for his benefit and a 1999 Irrevocable Children's Trust for his benefit.  

HUTSON is now atop the detritus at the top of the septic tank that is the current corpulent corporate-dominated Florida State Senate.  

Advice to unborn children: be sure you pick the right wealthy parents and win the accident of birth lottery.  

Congratulations, TRAVIS JAMES HUTSON, for being one of the top ten wealthiest Florida State Senators of 2022.

FUN FACT: A leading exemplar of the feculent fetid flaws in Flori-DUH of both kakistocracy and corporatocracy, Me-publican TRAVIS HUTSON is perhaps moist noted for having passed two (2) bills through the legislature that were so sleazy, slimy and stinky that they were vetoed by his friend and fellow kakistocrat and corporatocrat, whiny weasel Boy Governor RONALD DION DeSANTIS.

HUTSON's overdevelopment and demand for government subsidies for it is a stench in the nostrils of St. Johns County.

For our way of life, environment and wildlife here, with friends like TRAVIS HUTSON, who needs anemones? 

Read his financial disclosure filing here.

So TRAVIS JAMES HUTSON (R-HUTSON COMPANIES/St. Augustine) is one of Florida's ten wealthiest State Senators. Do the really large chunks rise to the top in the Florida State Senate?  

Congratulations to Senator TRAVIS J. HUTSON (a/k/a "Chunk Style"). 

From Miami Herald/News Service of Florida and AP:

Here are the top 10 wealthiest Florida state senators in 2022 

The News Service of Florida 

SEPTEMBER 02, 2022 2:57 PM 



State lawmakers faced a July 1 deadline for filing annual financial-disclosure reports but had a “grace period” until Sept. 1 before fines could begin for non-compliance. Here are Florida senators who reported the highest net worths: ▪ Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-Pinellas Park: $33,458,386 ▪ Sen. Tom Wright, R-New Smyrna Beach: $32,790,533 ▪ Senate President Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby: $22,541,204 ▪ Sen. Jim Boyd, R-Bradenton: $14,187,108 ▪ Sen. Travis Hutson, R-St. Augustine: $13,847,342 ▪ Sen. Keith Perry, R-Gainesville: $13,666,693 ▪ Incoming Senate President Kathleen Passidomo, R-Naples: $11,733,534 ▪ Sen. Jason Pizzo, D-North Miami Beach: $8,312,826 ▪ Sen. Doug Broxson, R-Gulf Breeze: $4,920,377 ▪ Sen. Gary Farmer, D-Lighthouse Point: $4,373,054 

Note: The Commission on Ethics website said forms for Sen. George Gainer, R-Panama City, and Sen. Kelli Stargel, R-Lakeland, had not been received. — Source: Florida Commission on Ethics

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's not how much money they have. The problem is that they go to Washington and vote in their own personal economic interests and the intrests of the rich ONLY. Their decision making is based on the flawed belief in supply side economics. The more money the rich have, the better everyone else will be. This is simply not true. Money is sucked up and disappears into the bank accounts of the rich and into the stock market...and also into real estate where they make housing "a market." (Use the safety and security of homes as a means to exploit people, gamble, and speculate.) People complain about the debt and more and more money being printed, but they sure don't complain about money being hoarded by the rich do they? If money was circulating then there wouldn't be any need to print more now would there? A million dollars printed today ends up in the hands of the rich in a matter of weeks....and there it sits for a matter of decades.