Cindy Falco-DiCorrado biography: 13 things about Donald Trump supporter from Boynton Beach, Florida

Cindy Falco-DiCorrado (©Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office)
Cindy Falco-DiCorrado (©Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office)

Cindy Falco-DiCorrado is a white woman from Florida, United States. She was one of the Americans who did not believe that the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was real.

Falco-DiCorrado is a Donald Trump supporter. Here are 13 more things about her:

  1. She lives in Boynton Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida. (a)
  2. From 1973 to 1976, she attended Southwest Miami Senior High School in Miami, Florida. (b)
  3. On January 3, 2003, she registered to vote in Palm Beach County as a Republican. (c)
  4. As a volunteer member of the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) advisory board in Boynton Beach, she attended the Boynton Beach City Commission meeting on December 5, 2017. During the meeting, she allegedly asked resident Mathi Mulligan to speak “better English” and allegedly told African-American residents, “You’re lucky we brought you over as slaves or else you’d be deported, too.” Because of this, she was asked to resign. She initially refused but on December 17, 2017, she announced her resignation and insisted that she was neither a racist nor a white supremacist. (a) She was appointed to the board by Joseph “Joe” Casello, who assumed office as a member of the U.S. house of representatives representing Florida’s District 90 on November 6, 2018. (d)
  5. On the evening of February 18, 2018, she was one of the four supporters of Trump holding signs on Southern Boulevard near Flagler Drive in Florida before the 45th U.S. president’s scheduled departure from Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida on the afternoon of February 19, 2018. (e)
  6. On May 30, 2020, she was arrested for trespassing and resisting arrest without violence. She was accused of trying to stage an anti-mask protest at the Sunshine Flea Market in Florida with Christina Gomez and another woman. She pleaded not guilty to the charges. She is expected to attend a plea conference hearing on February 23, 2021. (d)
  7. On June 22, 2020, she and more than 100 others gathered near the Boca Raton City Hall in Boca Raton, Palm Beach County to show support for Trump and police departments. (f)
  8. On June 23, 2020, she attended a Palm Beach County Commission meeting wearing a shirt with the words “Trump Girl.” During the meeting, she called the COVID-19 crisis a “planned-demic” and asked, “Where do you derive the authority to regulate human breathing?” (d) (g)
  9. In August 2020, she unsuccessfully ran for the Republican Executive Committee (REC) Committeewoman seat in Palm Beach County. (h) 
  10. On October 26, 2020, she was one of the people campaigning for Republican candidates at some early-voting locations in Palm Beach County. (i)
  11. On January 14, 2021, she entered Einstein Bros. Bagels in Boca Raton without a face mask. A Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputy tried several times to ask her to leave the store but she refused. She yelled at the store’s employees and customers saying, “You are violating the Constitution. I am not leaving. That’s discrimination.” When the deputy tried to arrest her, she allegedly pulled her arm away so two deputies took her outside where she was handcuffed. (d)
  12. On January 15, 2021, she posted a $2,000 bond and was released from the Palm Beach County Jail. She pleaded not guilty to trespassing and resisting an officer without violence. On January 16, 2021, she claimed that she was exempted from the Palm Beach County’s mask mandate and cited medical and religious reasons. (d)
  13. Serving as her own lawyer, she wanted to be exonerated of her charges related to the incident at Einstein Bros. Bagels on January 14, 2021 using 46th Florida governor Ron DeSantis‘s promise to defend anyone cited over facial covering rules but a court refused to accept it on August 19, 2021 so charges of misdemeanor trespass and resisting arrest still continues. (j)


(This is a developing story. More details will be added.)


5 replies »

  1. This woman doesn’t know what a public and private business is. A business open to the public is still very much privately owned. “No shirt, no shoes, no mask, no service”


  2. This woman is what I like to call belligerently ignorant. In a fair and just universe it would be only people like her who died of covid. Unfortunately however, anti-maskers like contribute to the spread of the virus that kills innocent people too, who are doing their part to fight the pandemic.


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