Due to unbearable noise from protestors, Senator Marco Rubio is losing his lease on a satellite office in Jacksonville, Florida. The senator shared the office space with a pediatric health center treating children with mental health issues. Apparently, the noise was too much for the health center so Rubio was asked to vacate.
The Hot Air reports:
His landlord in Jacksonville has decided not to renew his month-to-month lease, citing daily protests outside the office, according to Rubio’s spokeswoman, Christina Mandreucci…
Rubio has until April 30 to leave his office at the Dupont Center on the Southbank. Mandreucci said that the office, located at 1650 Prudential Drive, is next to a pediatric behavioral clinic and that played a part in the landlord choosing not to renew the lease.
According to Rubio’s spokeswoman, Christina Mandreucci, “these protestors weren’t just impacting our two person office; they were impacting the children being served next door at a pediatric behavioral clinic, which is why we understand the decision not to renew our lease”
She adds that the Tampa and Jacksonville offices were neither political offices nor campaign offices, they were small, two person offices that help Floridians in the region with issues such as Medicare, Social Security, and Veterans benefits