DeSantis Scores Hilarious Victory Over Newsom In Ongoing Drug War

Half Moon Bay, CA - Jan 24, 2023: California Governor Gavin Newsom speaking at a Press Conference in the aftermath of mass shootings.

Looks like DeSantis has defeated Nitwit Newsom in more ways than one.

Starting with real solutions to the ongoing homeless crisis.

And the difference in their approach is quite obvious: Whereas DeSantis does not allow open air drug markets to flourish, Newsom does.

And if derelict drug abusers, who pose more than one danger to society, don’t like DeSantis’s effective ban on such behaviors, then it’s simply too bad.

As DeSantis made it clear that such behaviors will not be tolerated in the Sunshine State.

“Florida will not allow homeless encampments to intrude on its citizens or undermine their quality of life like we see in states like New York and California … The legislation I signed today upholds our commitment to law and order while also ensuring homeless individuals have the resources they need to get back on their feet,” DeSantis asserted.

State Representative Sam Garrison affirmed the value of DeSantis’s approach, noting that “comfortable inaction” amongst drugged out populations has become too commonplace, and such inaction will not be tolerated in Florida.

“With a challenge as complex as chronic homelessness, it is all too easy to fall into the trap of comfortable inaction … In Florida, we will learn from the mistakes of cities like San Francisco, Denver, Los Angeles, and more which are paying the price for their unwillingness to act. This bill will not eliminate homelessness. But it is a start. And it states clearly that in Florida, our public spaces are worth fighting for. The status quo is not an option. In Florida we choose to act. It is simply the right thing to do,” Garrison proclaimed.

Alas, California has chosen not to act.

On the other side of the coast, the not-so-“Golden” state of California has barely tried – and always failed – to address the homeless crisis, as reported directly by local politicians themselves.

According to Vista Mayor John Franklin, the vast majority of homeless in California have demonstrated zero desire to integrate with society, even when handed the opportunity on a silver platter.

“Some of them we’ve asked twenty times and developed relationships with … And we’ve asked them if they would come and accept a safe warm bed here, three hot meals a day, a hot shower, clean clothes, and unfortunately, because of mental illness and addiction, the answer is, ‘We don’t want to come,’” Franklin reported.

In fact, the crisis has become so bad that a whopping 94 percent of all homeless individuals in California have openly declined food and shelter, as reported by The Blaze.

They’d rather consume – and presumably sell – drugs instead.

Frankly, it’s telling that Governor Gruesome – err, Newsom – only made a real effort to clean up the streets of San Francisco when his communist overlord, Emperor Xi, arrived to Northern California.

After all, Xi’s visit was just after Newsom’s strikingly suspicious visit to the communist nation, which has long since buttressed Putin’s war against Ukraine.

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that upwards of 94 percent of homeless drug addicts refuse treatment in California.

After all, Newsom has much bigger things in mind – such as taking over the Oval Office and joining the likes of Obama, Biden, and every other globalist that has become senselessly rich while selling off America, one piece at a time, to hostile forces.

Precisely the type of behavior that George Washington warned against more than two centuries ago, in his eerily prescient “Farewell Address.”

“The nation which indulges toward another [a] habitual hatred or an habitual fondness is in some degree a slave,” Washington warned.

Indeed, it is. A slavery that has run rampant during Obama’s “Third Term.”

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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