DeSantis has become a political role model for combating the LGBT revolution

By Jonathon Van Maren

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues to model what it looks like for a conservative politician to push back against the cultural revolution.

Last year, DeSantis signed the Parental Rights in Education bill, which bans schools from teaching children in kindergarten through third grade about gender ideology as well as other explicit sexuality-related subjects, limiting sex education overall to “age appropriate” content and mandating parental involvement. The Parental Rights in Education bill also ensured that parents be informed of anything that could impact the physical, emotional, or mental well-being of their child. 

As you may recall, LGBT activists responded to this bill by launching an all-out media war on DeSantis, insisting that the bill was a “Don’t Say Gay” law and that DeSantis was targeting LGBT youth. The media picked up on the phrase, and “Don’t Say Gay” became the catchphrase. Interestingly, few media outlets noted that LGBT activists were pushing two entirely contradictory statements: a) Nobody is trying to indoctrinate little kids and b) How dare you tell us we can’t discuss LGBT ideology with kindergarteners.

This week, the Florida Department of Education has extended the moratorium on teaching LGBT ideology through all grades. In response, Joe Biden’s lesbian press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters: “It’s wrong. It’s wrong, and we’ve been very crystal clear about that when it comes to the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill and other actions that this governor has taken in the state of Florida. But make no mistake — this is part of a disturbing and dangerous trend that we’re seeing across the country of legislation that are anti-LGBTQI+, anti-trans, anti-the community in a way that we’ve seen in some time.”


2 thoughts on “DeSantis has become a political role model for combating the LGBT revolution

  1. Conor O'Riordan says:

    While I am glad babies are not murdered in Florida after nearly 4 months in the womb thats cold comfort to those below that cut off point.It just depends on how you word this law. When you state that in Florida you can murder a baby once it is below nearly 4 months then it flips the script and allows you to see the reality. If this is what DeSantis is proud of count me out.
    More important to me is his stance on the unborn.

    Before I support DeSantis I would like to know his complete personal view on abortion including all so called exceptions. Too many claim to be pro-life but will allow exceptions. Exceptions to murder is never acceptable.I will hold my opinion until I find out. He opposes the insane woke agenda and it seems that economically he is something along the lines of Trump which for me is all good. If however you are murdered in the womb for the so called exceptions of rape ,incest and fetal abnormality then what good are these policies to you ? We need some very clear statements from him on this and I cannot find any online. I find statements online from DeSantis claiming he and Florida are pro-life. I would like his personal view on what constitutes pro-life defined.DeSantis very recently claimed in a speech that he is proud that Florida is a pro-life state . Really ?
    In Florida the “Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality” law (HB 5) bans all abortions at 15 weeks and later. The only exceptions are if carrying the pregnancy to term would result in serious injury or death for the mother or if the fetus has a fatal abnormality. So if the baby is considered to have a fatal abnormality in Florida then you can speed along the process by ending his/her life. Many times Dr’s have got this wrong but even If they are correct in their prognosis we can never allow murder in what is in actual fact euthanasia in the womb.

    • Navi says:

      I would agree that a state that allows abortion on demand up to 15 weeks is a moderate pro-choice state (not a pro-life one), but Desantis just signed ban on killing preborn babies with heartbeats (6 weeks, before some women even find out they’re pregnant). It has exceptions for rape and incest, but that is a very small percent of abortions and throwing away a good bill because it isn’t perfect (no pro-life bill passed anywhere in America protects all preborn babies, as none of them cover IVF embryos) only helps Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry continue killing tens of thousands of babies with impunity. Shut them down now, and we can deal with the exceptions after.

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