Stop It! You Don't Have to Hate DeSantis to Support Trump!

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The Goal of our Enemies is to Divide MAGA so we will Lose in 2024 and Lose our Future! Do not FALL FOR IT! They are Feeding YOU LIES. You DO NOT have to Hate DeSantis to support Trump and you DO NOT have to Hate Trump to support DeSantis. We need them BOTH!

Trump comments on possibility of Ron DeSantis being his VP pick in 2024
by Leah Barkoukis,, May 26, 2023

Gov. Ron DeSantis shut down allegations he is an “establishment Republican,” giving Newsmax host Eric Bolling a list of what he’s done in Florida to prove his conservative credentials.  

“What do you tell the folks, the Trump voters who say Ron DeSantis is lining up with the establishment wing of the party, the Karl Roves, the Paul Ryans over at Fox, and they’re very concerned about that,” Bolling asked.

"I have not spoken to Paul Ryan since I’ve been governor. I've met Karl Rove once in my life. They are not involved in my political operation so that’s just manufactured garbage that people put out there online,” he responded.

FYI: Can the president and vice president be from the same state? YES! However, Trump owns properties all over the Country and he simply could declare one outside of Florida as his official residence to solve the problem!

“You also look at my record,” DeSantis continued. “How many establishment Republicans would have sent illegal aliens to Martha's Vineyard? How many establishment Republicans would have stood up against Disney? How many establishment Republicans would have signed the bill that I just signed to ban land purchases from people affiliated with the CCP in the state of Florida? We're now being sued by the ACLU for that. How many establishment Republicans would have leaned in to support our children against the pronoun Olympics. We banned the pronoun Olympics in our schools were the first state to do that. How many establishment Republicans would have banned gender transition surgeries for minors? We not only would take the doctor’s medical license, we’ll put the doctor in jail if they’re mutilating minors. So, on every issue, the kind of the old guard of the Republican Party would have shied away from in a New York minute, I’m not only leaning into them, I’m winning against the media and the left. We say Florida is the place where woke goes to die because we’ve defeated the left on all these fronts. And my pledge if I’m elected president after two terms we will leave woke ideology in the dustbin of history.”

READ: WTPC to Continue to Push for Winning Ticket of Trump-DeSantis!

Here is Ron DeSantis Record in Flordia! No Globalist, No Leftist, No Deep State, No RINO's, would support ANY OF THIS! So why would YOU believe that Ron DeSantis is a "Deep State, RINO, Globalist, Soros Plant, etc." STOP IT! Look at FACTS not Propaganda! Here they are READ EVERY ONE OF THEM:


2023 DeSantis Accomplishments (See Below for 2019-2022)

BANNED Central Bank Digital Currency!

With the signing of Senate Bill 7054 into law, CBDC was banned in Florida, because the state’s uniform commercial code does not accept it within its definition of money, DeSantis said.

The bill also forbids using CBDCs issued by foreign government reserves and central banks, including China’s digital yuan.

BANNED Credit Card Companies Tracking Gun Purchases:

Senate Bill 214, which DeSantis also signed, “combats efforts by woke credit card giants to monitor the transactions of firearms retailers” through Merchant Category Codes, his office said.

It also imposes fines for violating the state’s consumer protections against gun owner registries.


Parental Rights in Education Act: In the 2023 legislative session, the state legislature passed an expansion of the bill. It expanded the ban on teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity to eighth grade and said it should be taught in an age-appropriate manner after eighth grade. DeSantis is expected to sign the bill into law.

The state legislature also passed a bill that prevents state universities from using funds for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. DeSantis had proposed these reforms before the legislative session, saying the programs serve as "a political filter."

Death Penalty:

Signed Legislation that changed the number of jurors to recommend the death penalty from a unanimous 12 of 12 to a supermajority of eight of 12.

Constitutional carry

Another major policy move for DeSantis was the signing of a bill to make Florida the 26th state in the United States to have constitutional carry.


DeSantis was able to get a 15-week abortion ban passed in 2022, just before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. In 2023 DeSantis signed Legislation that prohibits Abortion after six weeks.

Florida Major Legislative Policy Reforms - 2019 - 2022


SB 7070 – Family Empowerment Scholarship (2019) – created new private school scholarship program funded from general revenues, with eligibility criteria matching that of the existing Corporate Tax Credit (CTC) Scholarship program; initially creates slots for 18,000 students.

HB 7045 – Family Empowerment Scholarship (2021) – expands school choice scholarship eligibility so that any family of four with annual income below $100k qualifies; also creates 51,000 new slots, making this the largest expansion of a school choice scholarship program in U.S. history  

HB 1557 – Parents Rights in Education (2022) – restricted grades pre-K to third grade from classroom discussions on gender identity or sexual orientation, provided parents with mechanisms to review and protest materials

HB 7 – Stop WOKE Act (2022) – restricted both educational and employment trainings from including mandatory sessions that include anything promoting Critical Race Theory or ideologies that present one race as an oppressor or oppressed.

HB 233 – Campus Intellectual Freedom (2021) – mandates DOE conduct a survey of faculty and students on all public higher education campuses to gauge academic freedom, viewpoint diversity, and levels of speech protection.

SB 1028 – Fairness in Women’s Sports Act (2021) – requires high school athletes in public schools to participate in competitive sports according to their biological gender.

HB 1767 – School Boards (2022) – 12-year term limits for all school board members

HB 1115 – Financial Literacy (2022) – requires HS students to pass a half-credit course on financial literacy for graduation.


HB 21 – Certificate of Need Repeal (2019) – repealed almost all of Florida’s certificate of need regs governing healthcare facilities and services. Only ones remaining are hospice/nursing homes and ambulance services.

HB 607 – Nurse Scope of Practice Expansion (2020) – allows independent practice for Advance Practice Registered Nurses

HB 389 – Pharmacist Test and Treat (2020) – allowed pharmacists to test and treat for flu, strep, and several other common ailments.

HB 23 – Telehealth Expansion (2019) – comprehensive telehealth legislation for video-enabled telehealth

HB 59 – Automated Prescription Dispensing Machines (2020) – enabling legislation for large “ATM-style” dispensing machines for roughly 200 of the most common medications dispensed (no controlled substances).

HB 37 – Direct Primary Care Agreements (2019) – enabling legislation to allow DPC subscriptions to operate independently of all insurance regulations within the state.


HB 273 – Money Transmission (2022) – deregulation of cryptocurrency in Florida, clarifies that only intermediaries, such as a platform that enables cryptocurrency transactions, requires a money transmitter license, individuals seeking to sell cryptocurrency are not subject to licensure requirements.

HB 1391 – FinTech Regulatory Sandbox (2020) – enables financial technology innovators to test new products and services within the consumer finance, payment instruments sellers, and money transmitter programs.

HB 1239 – Broadband Internet Infrastructure (2021) – first steps in creating proper market conditions for broadband deployment to hard-to-reach areas (mainly pole lease attachment regs).


SB 90 – Election Reform (2021) – restricted use of drop boxes, required voters to request mail-in ballots more frequently, banned third-party non-profit donations to elections’ offices.

SB 524 – Election Reform (2022) – built upon prior year’s legislation, created a statewide election fraud and security office, tightened controls on ballot drop boxes, greater accountability on voter roll clean up at county election offices, made ballot harvesting/trafficking a third-degree felony.

Regulatory Reform

HB 1193 – Occupational Licensing Reform (2020) – comprehensive deregulation of occupational licensing categories in several industries. Removed/reduced requirements across more than 30 categories.

HB 735 – Preemption of Local Occupational Licensing (2021) – preempts local governments from requiring a local license for any person whose job scope does not substantially correspond to that of a contractor or journeyman type licensed by the Construction Industry Licensing Board, within the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

SB 72 – Covid Liability Protection (2021) – shielded businesses and healthcare workers from frivolous litigation, provided they were making a good faith effort to adhere to CDC guidelines.

SB 7014 – Covid Liability Protection Healthcare Workers (2022) – extended liability protection window for healthcare workers for an additional 14 months.

HB 403 – Home-Based Business Protection (2021) – allows home-based businesses to operate and preempts local governments from restricting beyond standard zoning laws.

SB 280 – Mother of All Preemptions (2022) – requires local governments to obtain business impact statement for any local rule/regulation that could negatively affect businesses, provides avenue for local businesses to sue and injunct any local regulation with a negative business impact of 15 percent or more.

HB 741 – Net Metering Reform (2022) – glidepath off net metering rules for new solar installations in the state (from retail to wholesale rate for excess generation).

HB 1B/2B – Covid Mandate Bans (2021 special session) - prohibits vaccination mandates for employees in government and public education and protects parental choice on masks, vaccines, and quarantine, private-sector employers can require vaccinations, but must offer the following five exemptions:

  • Medical reasons, as determined by a physician, advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or physician assistant (PA). Medical reasons include pregnancy or expectation of pregnancy.
  • Religious reasons, based on a sincerely held belief
  • Immunity based on prior COVID-19 infection, as documented by a lab test
  • Periodic testing, agreeing to comply with regular testing at no cost to the employee
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE), agreeing to comply with use of employer-provided PPE


SB 1808 – Immigration Reform (2022) – restricts common carrier companies engaged in the Biden administration’s immigrant transport program from getting any contract with a state or local government agency in Florida.


HB 5 – Abortion Restriction (2022) – no abortions after 15 weeks, except for cases in which life of mother is in direct jeopardy (no rape/incest exception).

HB 241 – Parental Rights for Minors (2021) – among other rights, requires parental consent for a minor to obtain an abortion.





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