Ron DeSantis is actually giving Trump a run for his money on dictatorship try outs.

Check this out.…

I would assume that includes hurricanes.  No emergency shut downs.

 Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Monday that he is using his executive powers to terminate all local COVID-19 orders, effective immediately.

During a news conference at a St. Petersburg restaurant, the governor also signed a bill limiting the state’s and local governments’ ability to shut down businesses and schools during an emergency.

“The bill ensures that neither the state or local governments can close businesses or keep kids out of in-person instruction unless they satisfy a demanding and continuous justification,” he said.

DeSantis said the bill was “evidence-based.”

Vaccinated teachers are not allowed to interact with students in one Miami school.

They get public funds by the way, according to the article

It began with the academy’s first open house when David and Leila Centner asked guests not just to wipe their feet but to swaddle the soles of their shoes in Saran wrap. And it continued with an impassioned pledge to mold students into “emotional ninjas,” and with the coverings over the windows to ward off potential radiation from 5G cell towers. (“No adverse health effect has been causally linked with exposure to wireless technologies,” according to the World Health Organization.) Then there were the non-disclosure agreements required of employees who wanted to quit or parents who wanted to withdraw their kids. And the efforts to persuade staff how to vote in the presidential election. And the invitation to anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to address the school community. And the constant exhortations against wearing masks.…

Now this….Florida wants to tell Big tech how to run their private business when it comes to conspiracies.

One of the nation’s largest states is taking on Big Tech.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is likely to sign into law a bill that would prevent social media companies Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube from “deplatforming” politicians such as former President Donald Trump.

The bill was approved Thursday by the Republican-controlled state Legislature.

It would order social media companies to publish standards with detailed definitions of when someone would be censored or blocked and make companies subject to as much as $250,000 daily fines for deplatforming a Florida candidate. The bill would require a social media company to notify users within seven days that they could be censored, giving them time to correct posts.

Republican lawmakers in Florida said legislation is needed to curb the influence the nation’s leading social media companies have over the national conversation.

And it goes on and on and on.   Counties rights are being taken away.


I am just waiting for him to give a bleach speech.

We know where he stands on guns.

Then more of this:…

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moved to suspend all remaining COVID-19 restrictions imposed by communities across his state, signing into law on Monday freshly passed legislation giving him sweeping powers to invalidate local emergency measures put in place during the pandemic — including mask mandates, limitations on business operations and the shuttering of schools.

“We don’t know what’s going to happen in the future,” DeSantis said, “but I think this creates a structure that’s going to be a little bit more respectful, I think, of people’s businesses, jobs, schools and personal freedom.”

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