Flordia Governor Ron DeSantis has been doing one thing after another to prove he’s a great leader who puts the people of his state first. This is why there is a buzz about Governor DeSantis running for higher office. President Trump recently met with DeSantis making the buzz even louder about a Trump/DeSantis ticket.
Governor DeSantis made another great move on Wednesday to support law enforcement, saying he’ll give each person serving a bonus of $1,000. This is a clever take on the left’s “Defund the Police” movement, but it’s “FUND the Police” instead. One thing about DeSantis is he’s not afraid to go toe to toe with the left, unlike many Republicans.
“Some want to defund the police. We’re funding the police and then some.”
The entire statement is in the video below:
Governor DeSantis also recently took the common-sense step to suspend all COVID restrictions:
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has to be the best governor in America. He puts his citizens first and puts politics on the backburner blazing a path to success for his state. This is why so many from blue states are moving to Florida. Governor DeSantis is letting Floridians decide for themselves what precautions they want to take against Covid. The Orlando Sentinal took a negative position by saying local cities in Florida would have their hands tied when it comes to pandemics because of the move by Gov. DeSantis:
“Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he was immediately suspending all local COVID-19 emergency orders by executive order on Monday while signing a law that restricts what both governors and mayors can do during pandemics.”
We love the freedom in Florida!
Governor DeSantis held a press conference in St. Petersburg, Florida, today to announce the suspension of Covid restrictions:
“I think that’s the evidence-based thing to do. I think folks that are saying they need to be policing people at this point, if you’re saying that, then you’re really saying you don’t believe in the vaccines.”
Local news reported on the announcement from DeSantis:
“We want people to live freely in the state of Florida.”