Having welcomed his colleagues in the United States House of Representatives with the unusual gift of grenades, a politician from the state of Florida has gained attention for his actions. Welcome donations consisting of letters and fake grenades were reportedly distributed to Republican members of the House of Representatives by a spokesperson for Cory Mills.
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According to the spokeswoman, there was no danger that the bombs would cause injury to the legislators. The representative stated that they were delivered to offices and that they had positive comments from those offices. “Of course, any precautions that could be made about safety were taken; in fact, Capitol police even accompanied employees as they entered the building with them.” Every one of them was scrutinized in great detail.
— Morgan Phillips (@_phillipsmorgan) January 26, 2023
Morgan Phillips, a correspondent for the Daily Mail, sent a picture to Twitter of the letter and the bomb. The photograph depicts a grenade of the 40-millimeter caliber that has the logo of the Republican Party. Mills was victorious in his run against Karen Greene for the United States House of Representatives seat representing District 7. Following a vote by Florida legislators to alter the district lines, the district now includes Seminole County and the southeastern portion of Volusia County.
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