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“I Will Send Them To Delaware On Buses” -DeSantis On Biden Flying Illegal Aliens Into Florida

Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis claims he’s aware that Vice President Joe Biden’s administration has been flying illegal aliens into the state, and he believes he has a smart way to stop it.

DeSantis attacked Biden, claiming that the illegal aliens will be loaded into buses and sent to Biden’s home state of Delaware.

“I Will Send Them To Delaware On Buses” -DeSantis On Biden Flying Illegal Aliens Into Florida

DeSantis claimed that the state of Florida has not been notified, DeSantis also stated that most of these are done in the middle of the night. He then claimed that it was also a covert operation. He continued by saying that they have no voice in the matter. He also said that it wasn’t via conventional means that they first learned about this; the information is from people in the federal government who are basically leaking it to them so that they are aware of it.

It is believed that the Biden administration is spiriting aliens illegally into the country
It is believed that the Biden administration is spiriting aliens illegally into the country

“The President has stated that they want to make reparations to folks who have entered the country illegally,” DeSantis added.

DeSantis claimed that as an American, you have higher gas costs, and higher food bills, and you’re basically expected to just grin and bear it. He questions that if Someone breaches the law, enters the country illegally, and they’re going to hand him a check for hundreds of thousands of dollars? “That is simply incredible. But that’s the situation we’re in,” he remarked.

“In my opinion, if they’re going to come here, why don’t we supply buses,” DeSantis remarked. “I’ll send them to Delaware and do it,” he continued. “If he doesn’t want the border to be protected, then he should be allowed to have everyone there. As a result, we will do everything we can in that respect. And we’re going to do all we can to help.”

DeSantis presented the Stop Wrongs Against Our Kids and Employees Act last month, which he described as an effort to battle Florida’s “overwhelming movement” of “business sanctioned racism.”

Ron DeSantis
DeSantis presented the Stop Wrongs Against Our Kids and Employees Act last month

DeSantis made a passionate speech against Critical Race Theory being imposed in public schools and companies around the country during a news conference unveiling the measure.

“I’ll send them to Delaware and do it,” he continued. “If he doesn’t want the border to be protected, then he should be allowed to have everyone there. As a result, we will do everything we can in that respect. And we’re going to do all we can to help.”

DeSantis presented the Stop Wrongs Against Our Kids and Employees Act last month, which he described as an effort to battle Florida’s “overwhelming movement” of “business sanctioned racism.”

DeSantis made a passionate speech against Critical Race Theory being imposed in public schools and companies around the country during a news conference unveiling the measure.

“No public monies should be utilized to encourage our kids to hate our nation or to hate each other,” DeSantis said of the Stop W.O.K.E Act.

Ron DeSantis
“No public monies should be utilized to encourage our kids to hate our nation or to hate each other,” DeSantis said of the Stop W.O.K.E Act.

“A lot of times, these people will fear lawsuits more than a fine from the state Department of Education because when you do a lawsuit, you get discovery,” DeSantis said, adding that the legislation would give “parents a private right of action to be able to enforce the prohibition on CRT and they get to recover attorneys’ fees.”

“Any money for K-12 or higher ed going to CRT consultants would be defunded,” according to the measure.

DeSantis believes that it is critical to state what they are doing well in their schools in terms of their goals. He believes that they have done more than any other state to reintroduce civics education and teach children about the Constitution and what it is to be an American. And they were able to reintroduce requirements in high schools, which is critical.

“We have the ability, and we’ll be doing exams when people leave school that will be similar to the citizenship exam that naturalized citizens must take, because at the end of the day, everyone who goes through our school system, some of them will go into a variety of different fields, but everyone will be an American citizen, with duties and responsibilities. And kids need to grasp what it implies, as well as the ideas upon which our nation was formed,” he continued.

He claims that as a result, they want every one of their pupils to know why their country was formed. Does the question what were some of the main concepts that set us apart? He posed the question sarcastically. “Our founding fathers, for example, declared that we are endowed by our Creator with unalienable rights. The government does not provide these rights. In conclusion, he claims that these are natural rights, and we construct a constitutional structure to defend the rights we already have.”

Ron DeSantis
“I believe what you’re seeing today with the growth of this awakened ideology is an attempt to delegitimize our past and our institutions,” -Ron DeSantis

“I believe what you’re seeing today with the growth of this awakened ideology is an attempt to delegitimize our past and our institutions,” he said.

He claims that he sees wokeness as a type of cultural Marxism, He also says that they genuinely want to tear at the fabric of our society and culture, as well as things we take for granted, like parents’ capacity to influence their children’s upbringing.

“So this is huge, and when you see things like this all over the country, like taking down a Thomas Jefferson statue in New York City, or removing Abraham Lincoln’s name from schools in Massachusetts, or removing George Washington’s name from schools in California, it’s an attempt to erase history.”

More about Ron DeSantis

On September 14, 1978, Ronald Dion DeSantis was born. He is an American politician and attorney who has served as Florida’s 46th governor since 2019. DeSantis was a member of the United States House of Representatives representing Florida’s 6th district from 2013 to 2018, before becoming governor.

Ron DeSantis
Ron DeSantis

DeSantis was born in Jacksonville but spent most of his boyhood in Dunedin, Florida. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Yale University and his law degree from Harvard Law School. DeSantis entered the US Navy in 2004 and rose through the ranks to lieutenant before becoming an advisor to SEAL Team One and was deployed to Iraq in 2007.

Ron DeSantis’ Personal Life

DeSantis is a devout follower of the Catholic faith. In 2010, he married Casey Black, a former Golf Channel and WJXT television personality. The pair lived on Ponte Vedra Beach, near St. Augustine, until the neighbourhood was annexed by the 4th district. They later relocated to Palm Coast, which is located north of Daytona Beach. They are the parents of three children. DeSantis is a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Ron DeSantis' family
Ron DeSantis’ family

Christina DeSantis, DeSantis’ younger sister, died in London on May 12, 2015. She graduated from Florida State University with a master’s degree in 2010. Christina was engaged to be married at the time of her death.

 

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