Pugilistic, pugnacious, pompous politician RONALD DION DeSANTIS shows his assinity once again. This vacuous vindictive villainous Dull Republican needs to be a one-term Governor.
Thanks to reporter Evan Donovan for standing up to DeSANTIS's abuse, which reminds me of St. Johns County School Board Chairman WILLIAM MIGNON's contempt, expressed in his barely audible delayed reaction attack to my First Amendment protected activity in defense of the right of St. Augustine High School Wrestling Team members to have mats that are not contaminated by mold.
Muddled thinking by authoritarian hierarchical arachnid apparatchiks like DeSANTIS and MIGNON is a stench in the nostrils of our State of Florida. It's time for them to go.
This week, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) accused critics of the Parental Rights in Education bill of, "pushing false narratives" with their nickname for the legislation, "Don't Say Gay" bill.
At a press conference on on Monday Reporter Evan Donovan teed up a question for Governor DeSantis on HB 1557, but was cut off by the governor once he called it the "Don't Say Gay" bill. Gov. DeSantis quickly answer the reporter with a question, asking, "Does it say that in the bill? Does it say that in the bill?"
"I am asking you to tell me what's in that bill because you are pushing false narratives. It doesn't matter what critics say," said DeSantis
Donovan responds by reading off the text of the bill that states, "It says it bans classroom instruction on sexual identity and gender orientation." Donovan was once again abruptly cut off when DeSantis asked, "For who? For grades Pre-k through three. No five-year-olds, six-year-olds, seven-year-olds, and the idea that you wouldn't be honest about that and tell people what it actually says is why people don't trust people like you because you peddle false narratives. And we're going to make sure parents are able to send their kid to Kindergarten without having some of this stuff injected into their school curriculum."
The bill is highly likely to be signed into law after garnering nation attention. This week Saturday Night Live broadcasted an entire skit about the legislation and the governor. This after President Joe Biden (D) Tweeted about the issue and publicly slammed the bill.
If signed into law the bill would take effect on July 1, 2022, and would show results in the 2022-23 school year for public elementary schools across the state of Florida.