Florida Gov. Ron Desantis Vows to Fight Biden’s ‘Ministry of Truth’

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is vowing to fight the “ministry of truth” that is being enacted by President-imposed Joe Biden to supposedly fight disinformation on social media.

“You cannot have a Ministry of Truth in this country,” DeSantis said. “We’re not going to let Biden get away with this one. We will be fighting back.”

“What they want to do is they want to be able to put out false narratives without people being able to speak out and fight back,” DeSantis added. “They want to be able to say things like ‘Russian collusion’ and perpetuate hoaxes and have people like us be silenced.”

Biden announced that far-left radical Nina Jankowicz would head up the new initiative. DeSantis exposed Jankowicz as an “advocate for COVID lockdowns who herself has put out disinformation about the Hunter Biden tapes, who supported Russian collusion conspiracy theories.”

“This is not acceptable, and in Florida we’re not going to have it,” DeSantis said, adding that the “public is sick of this.”

A clip from DeSantis’ press conference can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how DeSantis is pushing back against the illegal and unconstitutional machinations of the Biden regime:

On Saturday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis laid out a five-point plan for state agencies to combat the record-setting resettlement of illegal migrants under President Joe Biden.

DeSantis’ plan involves a zero tolerance approach for cheap labor organizations that partner with Biden’s federal government to transport and resettle illegals in Florida. The Florida Governor envisions barring state agencies from contracting with cheap labor organization involved in illegal migrant resettlement programs, as well as airlines and bus companies that facilitate the actual movement of the illegals from the southern border to Florida…

Cheap labor groups could also be held liable for costs incurred by Florida taxpayers under his plan. Florida already has statewide E-verify in place, but DeSantis envisions further strengthening it to prevent corporate scofflaws from skirting rules intended to block the hiring and employment of illegals. The Florida justice system would also collect information on the immigration status of arrestees and convicts under his plan.

DeSantis is codifying the pro-American state immigration reforms through the use of an emergency rule enacted on Saturday, and through legislation he intends to present during the Florida legislature’s next session in January.

DeSantis is the best governor in the country and shows how the Trump effect can change politics for the better.

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