- 1 Ron DeSantis criticizes Democrats and media over SCOTUS: ‘Totally antithetical to rule of law’
- 1.1 “They came from half the country to assassinate Judge Brett Michael Kavanaugh”
- 1.2 “Joe Biden came into office and declared war on American energy” says DeSantis
- 1.3 Gasoline prices keep soaring
- 1.4 About Ron DeSantis
- 1.5 Ron DeSantis as a rising GOP star
- 1.6 About Brett Michael Kavanaugh
- 1.7 About Bill Maher
- 1.8 About The Rose V. Wade Case
Ron DeSantis criticizes Democrats and media over SCOTUS: ‘Totally antithetical to rule of law’
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis criticizes Democrats and media over SCOTUS. He said on “Fox and Friends” on Monday, “I think that we have a rule of law in this country, and you don’t get to just have a mob descend on Supreme Court justice’s house or try to impede the operations of government because there may be a decision you don’t like, That would be considered an insurrection to stop a court from functioning, and yet they seem to be able to get away with a lot more than if the shoe were on the other foot.”
During his Fox News stop, DeSantis was referring to abortion rights activists who planned a blockade of intersections around the Supreme Court in an attempt to halt a process which would overturn fundamental reproductive rights protections in the United States. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was in the Fox News studios calling protests outside a public official’s home “an insurrection” as the United States Congress hold hearings on the rioters who stormed the halls of the capitol on January 6, 2020.
“They came from half the country to assassinate Judge Brett Michael Kavanaugh”
Last week, an armed California man was apprehended near his Maryland home with the intent to kill Justice Brett Michael Kavanaugh. According to authorities, he was carrying a gun, a knife, and other burglary tools at the time of his arrest.
DeSantis visited Fort Walton Beach last week to see the progress of the Roe v. Wade trial in Mississippi. “They came from half the country to assassinate Judge Brett Michael Kavanaugh,” DeSantis said. “And that wasn’t important news even in many mainstream media. They are trying to change the outcome of decisions they fear they dislike, and it’s completely against the rule of law.”
“Joe Biden came into office and declared war on American energy” says DeSantis
Ron Desantis said “Joe Biden came into office and declared war on American energy,” “We were energy independent for the first time in my life. When he came into office, he had sweeping executive orders to try to kneecap American energy production.” People are paying for pumps more than ever, he continued. “It’s hitting workers with a hammer, workers, but as you said, it’s affecting everything in the economy,”
Ron DeSantis says to address the potential aspirations of the President in 2024. Refused his focus in November. DeSantis himself, when first reported in May, blamed the leaked statement and called the published document a “judicial rebellion.” “They want to talk about the rebellion, it’s a legitimate rebellion, they try to end it and defeat the potential majority by unconstitutional means,” the governor said. Meanwhile, the White House is under fire as Americans grapple with rampant inflation across the board. Gas prices have hit $5.00 nationwide, an all-time high since AAA began tracking prices back in 2000.
Gasoline prices keep soaring
As of June 15/22, the current average gasoline price is $ 5.014 for regular gas and $ 5.693 for premium gas, but a year ago it was $ 3.076 for regular gas and $ 3.693 for premium gas. The highest average gas price on 6/14/22 is $ 5.016 / litre for regular unleaded gasoline and the highest gasoline price for diesel is $ 5.780 / litre on Tuesday.
The national average has been above $ 4 since February but remains below the benchmark until Tuesday in some Midwestern states where gas is the cheapest. Oklahoma is currently the cheapest state to get gas, currently averaging $ 4.03. Oklahoma is followed by Kansas ($ 4.04), Arkansas ($ 4.12), Missouri ($ 4.13), Georgia ($ 4.13) and Colorado ($ 4.13). The national record has been broken, but it has not yet surpassed the inflation-adjusted record set in 2008. That would be well over $ 5 today. However, experts believe that the mark could eventually be exceeded and high costs remain in the pump.
About Ron DeSantis
Ronald Dion DeSantis (born September 14, 1978) is an American attorney and politician who has served as the 46th governor of Florida since 2019. Before assuming the governorship, DeSantis represented Florida’s 6th district in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2013 to 2018. Born in Jacksonville, DeSantis spent most of his childhood in Dunedin, Florida. He graduated from Yale University and Harvard Law School. DeSantis joined the United States Navy in 2004, where he was promoted to lieutenant before serving as an advisor to SEAL Team One and being deployed to Iraq in 2007. When he returned to the U.S. a year later, the U.S. Department of Justice appointed DeSantis to serve as a Special Assistant U.S. attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Middle District of Florida, a position he held until his honorable discharge in 2010. The battles he was involved in during the Iraq war.
The awards won by Ron DeSantis are Fleet Marine Force (FMF) Warfare Insignia also known as the Fleet Marine Force badge or FMF pin, are three military badges of the United States Navy which are issued to those U.S. Navy officers and sailors who are trained and qualified to perform duties in support of the United States Marine Corps. And also The Bronze Star Medal (BSM) is a United States Armed Forces decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone. And more medals such as the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, GWOT Service Medal, and Iraq Campaign Medal.
Ron DeSantis as a rising GOP star
DeSantis has cultivated a national reputation as a hard-charging opponent of coronavirus precautions and a big-state executive who isn’t afraid of cultural clashes. In a tweet announcing DeSantis’ addition to the CPAC lineup, Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, dubbed him “America’s Governor.” Already, there is speculation that DeSantis will run for president, possibly as soon as 2024.
About Brett Michael Kavanaugh
Brett Michael Kavanaugh (born February 12, 1965) is an American lawyer and lawyer who is a quasi-judge of the United States Supreme Court. He was nominated by President Donald Trump on July 9, 2018, and has been in office since October 6, 2018. He was previously a US District Judge in the US Court of Appeals on the District of Columbia Circuit, practicing the laws of various federal agencies. Kavanaugh studied history at Yale University, where he joined the Delta Siron brothers.
He then attended Yale Law School and began his career as Secretary under Judge Ken Starr. Post-Star D.C. Secretary of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Kavanaugh, assisted President Bill Clinton’s investigation, including which produced a Starr Report recommending the impeachment of Clinton. He was a central figure in the effort to recruit people. From 2003 to 2018, he appeared as “one of the most conservative judges in D.C.”. It was a circuit.
About Bill Maher
Bill Maher (born January 20, 1956) is an American comedian, actor, political critic, and television host. He is known for HBO’s political talk show Real Time with Bill Maher (2003-present) and a similar late-night show “Politically Incorrect (1993-2002).” Originally on Comedy Central, it was later broadcast on ABC. Maher is known for his political satire and socio-political commentary. He addresses many issues such as religion, political correctness, and the mass media. His critical view of religion laid the foundation for the 2008 documentary film Religious. He is an advocate of animal rights and has been a PETA board member and an advisory board for Project Reason since 1997. Maher supports the legalization of cannabis and is a member of the NORML Advisory Board. In 2014, Maher won a Primetime Emmy Award for his work as executive producer for Vice.
Maher took a swipe at Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., for his “very inflammatory words” toward Kavanaugh and Justice Neil Gorsuch, suggesting they could have “inspired” Roske.
About The Rose V. Wade Case
Roe v. Wade Wade, 410 United States 113 (1973), is a groundbreaking decision of the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Constitution states that if pregnancy jeopardizes the life or health of the fetus, the fetus is pre-survival and the fetus. Decided to protect the right to post-survival abortion of the Pregnant woman.
This decision declared almost all existing federal and state abortion laws unconstitutional in the United States. Roe asks if abortion is legal, to what extent abortion is legal, who determines the legality of abortion, and what role moral and religious views play in the political arena. It fuels an ongoing abortion debate in the United States as to what to do. It also formed a debate about what method the Supreme Court should use in its constitutional judgment. The case was filed by Norma McCorvey (known by the legal pseudonym “Jane Law”), who became pregnant with her third child in 1969.