During the interview, Pollack lambasted Florida Democrats for voting to reinstate Israel during Monday's 11-hour testimony at the Capitol. Pollack especially took aim at Sen. Lauren Book, who was among those who voted to recommend reinstating suspended Sheriff Scott Israel.
"Something I'm so disgusted about the last few days is Florida Sen. Lauren Book, someone who has served on the MSD commission," Pollack said during the five-minute interview on Wednesday. "[She] knew all the facts, watched my sister get murdered, but still voted to reinstate Sheriff Israel. She sold out the community of Broward county and put our children at risk."
Pollack has been one of the more outspoken critics of those who voted to not hold Israel accountable for failing to act during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting. On Tuesday, he openly criticized seven Democratic Senators on the Florida Senate Rules Committee for favoring Israel, saying their actions on Monday proved that they had "no concern for public safety."
Pollack continued his onslaught, calling out Book for her decision and her knowledge of what happened on Feb. 14, 2018. Book served on the commission that investigated the murders. Her district includes Coral Springs, where many Stoneman Douglas families live.
Pollack's diatribe continued after his Fox interview when he took to social media, calling Book a "disgrace" for her vote.
Pollack and others now await a key Senate vote to determine the fate of Israel's career. The committee voted 9-7 along party lines not to reinstate Israel on Monday, with each Democrat voting in favor of Israel and each Republican voting against him. The full Florida Senate is expected to confirm the decision on Wednesday.
Regardless of the outcome, Pollack believes that Book's judgment is putting the people in her district at risk.
"She put aside the interest of her community and put the children at risk when she voted to reinstate Scott Israel," he told The Florida Report. "She was on the MSD commission, knew all of the facts, but lied about certain things to justify her horrible vote, all for political ambition."