Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis promised parents Sunday that he is not going to let the Biden administration “weaponize” the DOJ against parents resisting the “regime.”
“We’re not going to let the federal government come in and impose bad policies or mandates on Floridians,” the governor said during a press conference.
Instead of allowing the federal government to walk all over Americans’ constitutional rights, he vowed to “find new ways” to help parents make the best decisions for their children.
“We’re not going to let the Department of Justice be weaponized to infringe First Amendment right of parents, we’re going to fight to preserve the rights of parents,” DeSantis continued. “As we continue to see the use of fear and intimidation to suppress opposition to the regime, we’re going to find new ways to be able to empower parents right to decide what is best for their children.”
“What Biden’s doing is unconstitutional, he does not have the authority to do this,” DeSantis also proclaimed Sunday, adding a dire prediction that vaccine mandates will undoubtably cause economic “havoc” and “disruptions” in the medical, law enforcement, and logistics industries.
As part of his comprehensive strategy to counter this federally backed chaos, the Florida governor teased new legislation to lure a fresh reserve of out-of-state law enforcement officers to Florida with $5,000 signing bonuses.
“If you’re not being treated well, we’ll treat you better here,” he said on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo. “You can fill important needs for us, and we’ll compensate you as a result.”
DeSantis has also invited cargo shipping companies to utilize Florida’s ports to alleviate the crippling backlog on the national supply chain from California to New York, caused by unreasonable Covid restrictions for dockworkers.
All these actions have led to a whopping 84,500 new jobs in the state in the month of September alone, which is three times the national average, and another notch to add to his growing resume after seventeen consecutive months of growth.
Actor Matthew Marsden summarized the feeling of millions on Sunday: “They hate Governor DeSantis because one day he will be President of the United States.”