Disney, Seminole Tribe team up with $26 million to keep casino competition out of FloridaBy Scott Maxwell, Orlando SentinelAugust 17, 2018 at 10:00 pmIn covering politics, it often takes a lot of work to connect the dots.I might suspect one guy is running a stealth campaign attacking another guy. But if the schemer is using shell corporations, LLCs and shady political committees to cover his tracks, it can be hard to prove.That’s why I really appreciate this year’s campaign behind Amendment 3 — the anti-casinos initiative — because it’s just so blatant. There are no dots to connect. It’s all right there.New financial reports show that, of the $27 million dumped into the anti-casinos campaign, $26 million comes from Disney and the Seminole Tribe of Florida.The tribe runs some of the biggest casinos in America, including several in Florida. Obviously, it isn’t anti-gambling. It loves gambling. What it fears is competition.