While the left expects everyone to grovel and apologize as soon as they become offended, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis refuses to play such a game.
Instead, he has doubled down on his decision to send migrants directly to the individuals demanding open borders, which has revealed what pretty much everyone has known all along: The woke elite are all talk, no action.
They may preach sanctuary states, if only because they never have to bear the brunt of such a terrible policy.
DeSantis, however, is quite clear about his position regarding Florida as a non-sanctuary state.
“We are not a sanctuary state,” DeSantis declared, “it’s better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction, and, yes, we will help facilitate that transport for you to be able to go to greener pastures.”
DeSantis’s unequivocal stance is precisely what earned him a recent standing ovation during a rally in Olathe, Kansas, where the Florida Governor stumped for Kansas state Attorney General Derek Schmidt.
“The one place in the country where we see virtually no law and order is at the southern border. And this is a crisis. It’s now getting a little more attention,” DeSantis remarked, grinning upon the last comment.
At that point, DeSantis received a standing ovation from a highly appreciative crowd.
After all, migrants did indeed receive “a lottery ticket to get to the wealthiest sanctuary jurisdiction in the country,” as noted by DeSantis.
Unfortunately, the residents of said sanctuary activated the National Guard against people they believe should freely stream across the border.
“This is a crisis. It is a crisis. And it’s a manufactured crisis because of Biden’s failed policies,” DeSantis continued.
The Republican, widely rumored to be a 2024 frontrunner in the presidential election, continued on to remark about what a non-crisis the Martha’s Vineyard situation truly is.
“You’re talking about 50 people,” DeSantis remarked in disbelief, “did they get them employed? Did they get them set up? No. They called out the National Guard and they deported those people off the island the very next day.”
A rather ironic response from the “defund police” crowd, especially given how resistant they were to Trump’s offer of summoning the National Guard during BLM riots.
DeSantis also espoused Schmidt as the best choice for the people of Kansas, noting the governor would facilitate the passage of key legislation.
“You have a legislature here that will produce a lot of good legislation. You just need a governor that will sign the legislation. And you guys can make that happen,” DeSantis proclaimed.
On his part, Schmidt echoed many of DeSantis’s sentiments.
“I want a future for our great state of Kansas that looks a whole lot more like Ron DeSantis has in Florida than like where Joe Biden and Laura Kelly want to take this country,” Schmidt asserted.
DeSantis continued on to campaign for Wisconsin GOP gubernatorial nominee Tim Michels, much to the ire of incumbent Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, a Democrat.
“Wisconsinites don’t want an out of touch, out of state radical ruining their Sunday – and they don’t want Ron DeSantis here either. Tim Michels continues to show Wisconsin voters that he’s wrong for our state, and holding an event just before a Packers game with one of the most divisive politicians in the country is another red flag,” Evers raged.
Well, Wisconsinites will have their say in November about that …
Author: Jane Jones