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Governor DeSantis Florida: Where Woke Goes To Die


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And of course, Crist can't seem to focus on the real issues.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/desantis-proud-florida-woke-goes-die-crist-accuses-him-focusing-2024-presidential-run

DeSantis proud Florida is 'where woke goes to die,' Crist accuses him of focusing on 2024 presidential run

 

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has thrown down the culture war gauntlet and proclaimed Florida the place where "woke goes to die," but his opponent accused him of using the governor's office as a launchpad for a 2024 presidential bid. 

"I think what Floridians want is somebody who's got their back, not focusing on running for president in 2024, as we know Gov. DeSantis is attempting to do," Charlie Crist, Florida's Democratic candidate for governor, said Saturday on Fox News' "Cavuto Live."

DeSantis instead has focused his campaign on the bills he passed this year to help combat "wokeness," which he argued was a threat to institutions in the country.

"What you see with wokeness is driving people to take down statues of Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson – trying to rewrite our history," DeSantis said during a rally in Pensacola, Florida, earlier this week. "You have wokeness driving people to try to convince us that men can get pregnant."

 

Governor DeSantis is the best and most popular governor in the history of Florida. He is also the best governor in the country.

As far as Crist suggesting DeSantis will be running for president, that's just a flat out LIE. Yes, a lot of people are talking about what a great president DeSantis will make. I notice people from other states even talk about his running in 24. But here in the Sunshine State, there is ZERO evidence that governor DeSantis will do ANYTHING in 2024 but campaign for Trump (while continuing to keep Florida the top economy in the country)

 

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Pro-Police Grassroots Organization Urges Floridians to “Re-Elect DeSantis” in targeted Florida Campaign

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Tallahassee, FL – While the rest of the country has been tolerating crime, riots, and trying to defund the police the past two years, Florida has been supporting law enforcement and the rule of law.

The entire country can thank Governor Ron DeSantis and the conservative leadership of Republican lawmakers for standing up for police and our communities.

With the 2022 Midterm Election just weeks away, it’s time for voters to show their support for these great leaders.

American Police Officers Alliance Florida Independent Expenditure Committee is launching a Get Out the Vote campaign in Florida to help galvanize Florida Republicans. “If residents want Florida to continue being a state that upholds the rule of law, voters can’t be complacent,” the organization said in a statement.

The committee will reach thousands of Floridian voters and through this campaign will encourage them to get them to the polls in November. The multifaceted campaign will reach out to registered voters via text, social media, and digital advertisement on platforms such as Facebook.

The failures of the Democrats and their anti-law enforcement agenda is a major opportunity for conservative leadership to take control in November, but it will only happen if pro-law and order citizens show up and vote.

For example, the 2020 Presidential Election resulted in record voter turnout but even so nearly 40% of eligible voters in Florida did not participate in the last election. And the data shows that midterm elections often yield fewer voters than presidential ones.

The organization is urging voters to support Governor DeSantis due to his proven track record supporting law enforcement. He signed anti-rioting legislation into law, offered signing bonuses to attract new police officers, and has taken a stand against illegal immigration.

 

Absolutely.

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