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January 1, “That Is Such Nonsense”: Ron DeSantis Destroys Heckler [Video]



Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a steadfast conservative icon, fiercely defended his reputation during a press conference on Thursday.

A confrontational activist took the floor to audaciously attempt to link him to a recent Jacksonville shooting and even invoked Trayvon Martin’s name, a Black teenager tragically killed in Florida in 2012.

“Excuse me. I’m not going to let you accuse me of committing criminal activity,” DeSantis shot back, addressing the irate individual during an event held at Culhane’s Irish Pub in Jacksonville.

DeSantis firmly clarified, “You want to have a civil conversation, that’s one thing. To try to say that I’m letting … that guy was Baker Acted. He should have been ruled ineligible, but they didn’t involuntarily commit him.”

The alleged shooter from Jacksonville, responsible for taking three lives in what is surmised to be a racially charged attack, had previously been held under Florida’s Baker Act in 2017. This law permits individuals to be involuntarily examined during a mental health emergency.

Challenging the heckler’s aggressive and baseless claims, DeSantis declared, “No, no, there is the truth. Everyone doesn’t have their own truth. No. You don’t get to come here and blame me for some madman. That is not appropriate, and I’m not going to accept it.”

After another outburst from the heckler that caused visible disapproval from the attending crowd DeSantis firmly stated, “Oh, that is such nonsense.”

He went on to proudly highlight his administration’s pro-law enforcement initiatives.

“We’ve done more to support law enforcement in this state than anybody throughout the United States. Our crime rate in Florida is at a 50-year low. We have enacted policies that have allowed people to live in safety.”

This vigorous defense was met with an overwhelming show of support, as attendees rose to their feet in applause for the governor and rumored GOP presidential hopeful.

DeSantis emphasized, “The notion that somehow we’re not supportive of safety is absurd.”

Furthermore, DeSantis’ press secretary, Bryan Griffin, took to social media to lambaste the ‘my truth’ era that seems to pervade discourse, causing unnecessary divisions.

He affirmed, “It’s absurd. Ron DeSantis says exactly what we need to confront this: there’s only THE truth.”

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  1. Stephc

    September 12, 2023 at 7:04 am

    Why can the left say anything they want on any social media outlets long as it puts down and disgraces law and order and Republicans but Republicans are shut down and banned from social media for telling the actual truth!??
    Who really is running social media?? Is the DOJ threatening these outlets with being shutdown if they don’t do what they are ordered to do by the government, like telling the truth??

  2. jg

    September 12, 2023 at 8:57 am

    DeSantis did not shut anybody down. He knows he is just as guilty but has his own loudspeaker to protest otherwise. He was booed when he went to the scene at the Jacksonville shooting. This rag is obviously pro De Santis, so there you have it.

  3. Mary Bernadette Drury

    September 12, 2023 at 1:32 pm

    Bravo for you Governor DeSantis.

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