The liberal media may rage away about how awful it is that Governor Ron DeSantis dares to defend Florida’s borders, but no matter how much they rage, they simply cannot change reality.
And the reality is that states like California feature “smash and grab” robberies in broad daylight, whereas states like Florida espouse law and order.
Which is precisely why a grand total of four individuals were caught looting in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, a figure that would have easily climbed to 4,000 or more in California.
And, not so coincidentally, 75 percent of the looters in Florida were illegal migrants.
Which DeSantis was not at all afraid to point out to the crazed media.
“These are people that are foreigners; they’re illegally in our country, but, not only that, they try to loot and ransack in the aftermath of a natural disaster,” DeSantis declared.
The Florida governor also noted that prosecution is clearly mandator, though the best prosecution of all is clearly deportation, rather than eat up additional taxpayer funds to jail, feed, and defend various violent illegals.
“They should be prosecuted, but they need to be sent back to their home country. They should not be here at all,” DeSantis asserted.
Seriously. Especially when the primary purpose appears to be amplifying crime and voting Democrat, two activities that oftentimes go hand in hand.
DeSantis also doubled down on his “law and order” position, a position that resonates with literally everyone aside from career criminals and Pelosis in glass castles.
“At the end of the day, we are not going to allow lawlessness to take advantage of this situation. We are a law-and-order state, and this is a law-and-order community, so do not think that you’re going to go take advantage of people who’ve suffered misfortune,” DeSantis asserted.
Unsurprisingly, police aren’t afraid to enforce law and order when working underneath a governor who clearly backs law and order, as evidenced by remarks from Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno.
“I’m not playing. We’re not playing. We have law and order, and great residents will be safe and secure. We’ve had arrests on these incidents,” Marceno declared.
The sheriff also noted that Florida’s self-defense laws may prove to be problematic for aspiring criminals.
“You might walk in, you’ll be carried out,” the sheriff added pointedly.
Which is precisely why criminals tend to migrant to states like California, which appear far more militant about enforcing grammatically incorrect pronouns over actual laws.
Though pronouns will probably be codified one day if the Democrats keep up their shameless nonsense.
Speaking of shameless nonsense, while DeSantis demands deportation of illegal migrants, Washington, D.C. is moving towards allowing “non-citizens” to vote.
D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen has a typically woke explanation for a move that has already been shot down by judges around the country.
“Our immigrant neighbors of all statuses participate, contribute and care about our community in our city. They, like all DC residents, deserve a right to have a say in their government,” Allen wailed.
Right. Then get citizenship, which is not impossible for immigrants.
It does, however, require time and effort, and, feelings aside, it’s rather clear in the Constitution that only American citizens have the right to vote.
Which Justice Ralph Porzio of New York knew when he shot down a similarly asinine scheme in New York City.
“The New York State Constitution expressly states that citizens meeting the age and residency requirements are entitled to register and vote in elections. There is no statutory ability for the City of New York to issue inconsistent laws permitting noncitizens to vote and exceed the authority granted to it by the New York State Constitution,” Porzio drawled.
Well, with a militant Biden at the helm, who brazenly forgives student loans despite having no authority whatsoever to do, it’s no surprise that the swamp continues to disregard the law whenever it pleases.
Author: Jane Jones
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