‘Unconstitutional’, ‘Unwise’, ‘Unjust’ — De Santis Fishslaps Proposed Domestic Travel Restrictions (VIDEO)

Written by Wes Walker on February 12, 2021

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Joe Biden acts like he actually thinks he took an oath to become a king. Good thing we’ve still got people like De Santis to let him know he’s isn’t one.

Take a seat class. School is in session, and De Santis will be the teacher.

In Thursday’s press conference, Governor De Santis addressed the possibility of Joe Biden imposing domestic travel restrictions on Florida as punishment for not following the leadership examples of such great Governors as Newsom (who is on the brink of a recall vote) and Cuomo (who, fearing a DOJ investigation, concealed evidence damning to Cuomo’s administration).

In response to the possibility of the federal government instituting domestic travel restrictions on Americans and on Floridians, De Santis dismissed it as an absurd report and said, “I think it would be unconstitutional, it would be unwise, and it would be unjust.”

Then he turned the question back around on the Biden administration and hit him where it hurts.

“If you think about it, restricting the right of Americans to travel freely throughout our country while allowing illegal aliens to pour across the southern border unmolested would be a ridiculous but very damaging farce.

So we will oppose it 100%. It would not be based in science, it would purely be a political attack against the people of Florida. And it’s unclear why they would even try talking about that, just look at the COVID situation in the State of Florida since December, the last couple months — Florida’s cases per capita, compared to the rest of the country — 28th.

Twenty-eighth.

Twenty-seven other states and for the entire pandemic, it’s a similar story.

And the death rate per capita? They’re listed at 42nd. Forty-one states have a higher per-person death rate than Florida.

And Florida has been OPEN for months!

As if to rub his critics’ nose in it, he goes on from there to make a couple of new announcements about Florida’s successful rollout of vaccinations.

Cue the Mic drop. That was solid.

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