ELECT TRAVIS HUTSON 4 SENATE
COL. RENUART FILMS ON NATIONAL CEMETERY = US DEPT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS PROHIBITS FILMING OF CAMPAIGN ADS ON CEMETERY GROUNDS
Ronald Renuart while a candidate for reelection to the Florida House of Representatives, District 17, St. Johns County, Florida showed complete disrespect for our nation’s heroes and their families by filming a political campaign ad on the grounds of the St. Augustine National Cemetery.Renuart is a retired full Colonel of the Florida National Guard,
Campaign Ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdaBQZo90LQ
“Political activities, including filming of campaign ads, are not permitted on cemetery grounds.”
VA Regulations: http://www.cem.va.gov/cem/docs/factsheets/filming.pdf
St. Augustine National Veterans Cemetery is listed as a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery.
VA Cemeteries: http://www.cem.va.gov/cem/cems/state.asp?State=FL&dnum=ALL
One would think that a Field Grade Officer, with 20 years of service, would know better than to commit such an atrocity.
Ron Renuart graduated from the University of Florida and from Nova Southeastern University. He also served as Chief-of-Staff of Baptist Medical Center – Beaches.
How do the Veterans feel about Renuart’s behavior toward America’s Heroes?
“We find that Renuart is unworthy and a dreadful individual who doesn’t deserve to be reelected to another term in office.”
“We find his deeds, walking on the graves of American heroes to make his ad, appalling actions.”
“Renuart’s acts are both callous and reprehensible.”
“Anyone with a moral bone in their body would know how dishonorable Rep. Renuart has shown himself to be.”
Renuart, who served as the Chief Medical Officer for the Florida Army National Guard, now serves on the Florida House Military Affairs Sub-Committee.
TAKE YOUR AD OFF THE AIRE NOW REP. RENUART!!!
It is hard to believe, Renuart did not know he was doing wrong in defiling the graves of American heroes to make his political campaign ad.
WOULD YOU KEEP THIS DOCTOR?
What kind of care did he provide the combat infantry troops who really were fighting the war or did his pompous attitude show disrespect and lack of care for the combat troops during his tour?
RENUART BRINGS DISGRACE TO GOP
Renuart is past president of the Republican Club of Ponte Vedra Beach and has been a member of the Republican Executive Committee of St. Johns County since 2005.
PRESENCE OF SGM RAY QUINN MAKES MATTERS WORSE
Ronald Renuart was escorted by SGM Ray Quinn, Retired, on the discourteous and intrusive sojourn through the St. Augustine National Veterans Cemetery at 104 Marine Street in St. Augustine, Florida.
Ray Quinn, retired from the Florida National Guard with 30 years of service.
For 13 years, Quinn served as the Director of Executive Services and Chief of Protocol for the Florida Department of Military Affairs and the Florida National Guard.
He must have thrown away his notes from his protocol seminars and lectures, assuming he did attend seminars and lectures.
Quinn now serves as a member of the Jacksonville National Cemetery Advisory Committee, a not for profit 501.c3 corporation.
The Jacksonville National Cemetery is the branch of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs which manages the St. Augustine National Veterans Cemetery at 104 Marine Street in St. Augustine, Florida.
May God Bless the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard Veterans buried in all National, State and private cemeteries, their families and those who serve so bravely today.