PolitiFact Florida: Readers dig into Rick Scott drama, LeBron James' taxes in April
When Gov. Rick Scott walked into a Starbucks in Gainesville, he got an unexpected jolt when a customer attacked his record on spending for health care and Planned Parenthood.
Scott fired back by defending his jobs record.
The exchange, in which heckler Cara Jennings called Scott an "a------" drew more than 2.3 million hits on YouTube, made national news and led our fact-checks in April.
Other statements that drew in readers were by Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando, who is running for U.S. Senate; and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
For a look at PolitiFact Florida’s most clicked fact-checks in April counting down to the most popular, click here.