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Title: Ron DeSantis Could Form a Legitimate Confederacy by Continually Refusing to Follow Fed Decrees
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URL Source: https://dailystormer.su/ron-desanti ... efusing-to-follow-fed-decrees/
Published: Jun 1, 2021
Author: Andrew Anglin
Post Date: 2021-06-01 13:31:38 by Ada
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Views: 57
Comments: 3

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is continuing to prove that he is the most legit elected official in America.

Firstly, you should watch some of the clip that shows Ron DeSantis signing his anti-censorship bill last Monday. It looks like a Mexican party. Everyone there is Latino, except James O’Keefe.

Most of them are definitely lighter-skinned Cubans, but it is really a surreal thing – this Latin party atmosphere. He himself is Italian obviously, and seems to fit right in.

(The one in the back is pretty dark, but the others – eh. Whatever. Close enough. They just look like Spanish people from Spain. James O’Keefe looks confused as heck having just walked into fiesta el grande. Seriously, watch the video – these people are doing whistles and hoots. DeSantis is the big alpha chad in his David Byrne suit. But yeah, you know – Southern Europe was always a bit darker, Southern US is a bit darker – I’m not sweating it. But watching him list off 15 Spanish names before “and James O’Keefe” was very funny.)

DeSantis is promoting freedom. That isn’t just Fox News hype. He’s really changed the entire narrative of the coronavirus in America, pretty much single-handedly, by refusing to go along with the narrative.

He’s now taking on the role of basically his own new federal government. He’s declaring that he’s going to fine Twitter and Facebook for banning people for political speech.

He opens the speech with the basic thing – my 2017 narrative – about how the Founding Fathers never could have imagined corporations completely controlling the public square, and therefore the First Amendment has to be protected against corporate censorship. He even referred to the tech companies as “common carriers.” (It was literally just all those articles I wrote in 2017 when I was having a pity party for myself and my freedoms.)

He has basically done what Donald Trump should have done in 2017, declaring that he is going to allow people to sue for up to $100,000 in damages if they’re censored.

Just as always, the Jews are claiming that it is an infringement of Twitter and Facebook’s corporate First Amendment rights to manipulate the entire society by privately owning the entire internet.

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Another great perspicuous Stormer account. Two pleasant shocks: Ron bases it on the real issue ("common carriers") and, yeah, that all those Hispanics care about free speech. Are they no longer bloc libDems like the blax?

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