MSNBC’s Joy Reid tried going on the attack against Florida’s Ron DeSantis in a recent segment, but the insults she hurled her way were, if anything, a campaign commercial for him that should make normal people want to move to Florida. Watch that here:
As you can hear in the video, Reid, attempting to go on a verbal offensive against DeSantis, said:
“What DeSantis is doing is intentional in order to peel off [Donald] Trump’s Republican voters and get them on his side ahead of his presidential bid in 2024.
“He’s turning Florida into a right wing paradise where the focus isn’t on healthcare or jobs or taxes or infrastructure or, I don’t know, hurricane or flood insurance in one of the most natural disaster-prone states in the country. You know, normal governor stuff.”
Continuing, she went on to say “And he’s doing all this while making sure that anyone can walk around with a gun, no permit required. It’s a right wing fantasy land. Like Disney World, but in hell. Come to Florida, the meanest place on Earth!”
So, essentially, Joy just ticked off all the common sense policies that Governor DeSantis has implemented in Florida to make it a better place to live.
– He is banning CRT from schools and public colleges
– He has taken aim at drag performances for children
– He banned Covid vaccine mandates and restricted mask rules, letting Floridians live freely instead of having to do what the bureaucrats demand
– He is calling for a probe into wrongdoing that led to the vaccine being pushed in the way it was
– He is protecting Floridians’ 2nd amendment rights from a government bent on attacking them at every available opportunity
Mediatite, reporting on the context of Reid’s anti-DeSantis freak out, said:
On Tuesday night, Reid reacted to a Washington Post report on two school districts currently vetting their libraries because they are unsure which materials fit with state guidelines. According to the report, the districts are reviewing the books on their own, but also out of concern for a new law from DeSantis saying public school books should be age appropriate and free of pornography.
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