Florida Legislator Who Thanked God For Slavery Is Under Investigation Again

Sep 13, 2018

By Matthew Facciani

Kim Daniels (D) is state representative in Florida who gained infamy by stating “if it wasn’t for slavery, I might be somewhere in Africa worshipping a tree.” Daniels also was the sponsor of a Florida bill that would force every Florida school to display “In God We Trust” signs.  Daniels clearly doesn’t care about the separation of Church and State because she also has said she was elected so she is “able to write legislation so that His kingdom could come and manifest itself like never before.”

Additionally, Daniels had some awful anti-Semitic comments when she said: “You can talk about the Holocaust, but the Jews own everything.”


What you might not know about Daniels is that she has been under regular investigation for misuse of finances.

In 2015, the Florida Elections Committee found probable cause that she used campaign funds to promote one of her religious books. After that, the Florida Ethics Commission again found probable cause that Daniels failed to accurately report her finances. Daniels did not report over a million dollars in assets from properties owned by her churches. She later reached a settlement for that before it went to court.

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