Ron DeSantis Mocks Jen Psaki: 'You Can Have a Margarita, but it Will Not Cure Bidenflation'

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) mocked White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who has routinely criticized the Florida governor for prioritizing liberty in his state, on National Margarita Day after she infamously told frustrated Americans to “go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita” as a way to deal with political frustrations.

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“A recession is when your neighbor loses his job. A depression is when you lose yours. A recovery is when Dr Fauci loses his.” #authorarea{ background: #000000; border: 1px solid #000000;; padding: 10px; width:100%px; height:100%px; overflow:hidden; } #authorarea h3{ margin:0; } #authorarea h3 a{ text-decoration:none; } #authorarea img{ margin:0; float:left; border: 1px solid #ffffff; width: 150px; height: 150px; } #authorarea p{ margin:0; } #authorarea p a{ } .authorinfo{ float:left; margin-left:5px; } Contributed by Alexandra Bruce Contact

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Calls White House the ‘Brandon Administration’

 Let’s Go Brandon! #authorarea{ background: #000000; border: 1px solid #000000;; padding: 10px; width:100%px; height:100%px; overflow:hidden; } #authorarea h3{ margin:0; } #authorarea h3 a{ text-decoration:none; } #authorarea img{ margin:0; float:left; border: 1px solid #ffffff; width: 150px; height: 150px; } #authorarea p{ margin:0; } #authorarea p a{ } .authorinfo{ float:left; margin-left:5px; } Contributed by Alexandra Bruce Contact

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Mark Meadows Doesn't Believe DeSantis Would Challenge Trump in a 2024 Primary

Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows does not believe Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) would challenge Donad Trump in a 2024 Republican primary, surmising the governor “would be the first to say that if President Trump gets in, that he would win the nomination and would clear the field.”

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DeSantis on Biden Border Policy: 'They've Created This Crisis — But I Think That This Is Intentional, I Think This Is Ideological'

During an appearance on FNC’s “Justice,” Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) questioned the Biden administration’s approach on immigration, which argued was behind the ongoing border crisis. DeSantis told host Jeanine Pirro the Biden administration was responsible for the crisis. “It obviously is a disastrous change in policy, Judge,” he said. “If you look, Donald Trump had obviously the wall, which we all supported, but also safe third party agreements, as well as remain in Mexico. And guess what happened? The border was under control. So they’ve gone back on those policies, and they’ve created this crisis. But I think that this is intentional. I think this is ideological. I think that they’re getting bit by this politically now. But I think that this was something that they absolutely anticipated.” “So it’s a disastrous way to start an administration,” DeSantis continued. “I think most of the American people are going to be strongly opposed to this, and hopefully, they’ll reverse course. You know, in Florida, though, we’re ready. When I became Governor, we banned sanctuary cities, and we also did e-verify. And so that’s not going to work in Florida, and hopefully, we can do those policies nationwide at some point, but

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Restriction-Heavy New York Reports More Cases of Coronavirus in Last 7 Days Than Florida

New York State, which has embraced some of the most stringent coronavirus restrictions in the country over the past year, has reported more cases both per capita and in overall number than Florida, which has faced backlash from establishment media outlets and pro-lockdown politicians for its coronavirus policies, allowing businesses to operate and abstaining from a statewide mask mandate. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) March 11 data, Florida reported 152.8 new cases of the virus per 100,000 in the last seven days alone, or 32,823 cases total. The CDC excludes New York City from New York State’s data. Even so, the state, excluding New York City, has reported 208.6 cases per 100,000 in the last seven days, or 23,056 total. Separately, New York City has reported 314.5 new cases per 100,000 in the last seven days, or 26,410 cases total. Combined, New York State has reported over 16,600 more cases than Florida in the last seven days alone, despite maintaing a statewide mask mandate and other restrictions. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), meanwhile, came under fire last year after refusing to impose a statewide mask mandate and announcing the reopening of his state in September, pushing it

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Ron DeSantis: U.S. Must Reject Amnesty, Weakness on China, Endless Wars

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) says the United States must reject amnesty for illegal aliens, weakness on China, and the foreign adventurism that has governed the Washington, D.C., beltway for decades. During his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), DeSantis said, “We cannot, we will not go back to the days of the failed Republican establishment of yesteryear,” before denouncing the policy initiatives of the political establishments. “We reject open borders and instead support American sovereignty and the American worker,” DeSantis said. “Building a movement on the foundation of amnesty and cheap foreign labor is like building a house on a field of quicksand.” “We reject weakness in the face of the threat posed by China, including their actions in international trade,” DeSantis continued. “We reject military adventurism and instead support a strong defense solely for the purpose of protecting our nation and its people.” DeSantis’s statements are pointed as House and Senate Democrats lobby elected Republicans to back an amnesty plan that would flood the U.S. labor market with millions of legalized illegal aliens, increase legal immigration levels, and make it easier for multinational corporations to outsource American jobs to imported foreign visa workers. Biden also revoked an

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COVID-19 Cases and Percentage of Positive Tests Up in Texas, Florida, and Arizona, Deaths Down in Florida

COVID-19 cases in the states of Texas, Florida, and Arizona increased over the two weeks and three days between June

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