Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Unveils Digital Bill of Rights for Florida Residents

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis unveiled a digital bill of rights for Florida residents that will serve to protect them from Big Tech overreach and abuse of individuals.

Rolling out a major policy initiative for his state, Governor DeSantis is perhaps laying out a preview of his agenda should he run and win the Presidency in 2024.

Much talk has been made of Governor DeSantis running for the Republican nomination.

He has yet to declare, though many insiders predict he will announce in late spring.

Former President Donald Trump has already announced he is running, as has former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

Here is the transcript from Governor DeSantis’ speech and a link to the entire speech.

Governor DeSantis (00:00):

It’s great to be here at Palm Beach Atlantic. I want to thank everybody for coming. We’ve got another, as you can see, a pretty good announcement today, and we’re looking forward to doing that and then bringing that across the finish line in the next couple months. I am joined today by Florida’s Attorney General, Ashley Moody, who’s here. The Commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Mark Glass is with us here. CEO of all the fake news that’s fit to print, Babylon Bee, Seth Dillon. Shannon Chapman is a mom of two from here in Palm Beach County. And then James Jenkins, who is living here in Palm Beach County. So they’re going to tell their stories about tech.

Before we get on to talk about tech, I am pleased to be able to announce today that our tourism numbers for 2022 have come in. We have close to 138 million visitors. That’s an all-time record for the state of Florida. So, people are coming. And don’t forget, that’s with you having these restrictions that Biden has imposed about people coming from foreign countries to visit. They make you do a vax to be able to come still on an airplane, after all this time. This doesn’t stop you from getting a darn… It’s just ridiculous. But they’re doing it, and it absolutely deters people to have to put up with that. I get invited to go, “Hey, visit our country, do this, do this. We love Florida.” And I’m like, “All right, well is there going to be a deal we can do? But if it’s not, are you going to make us go through restrictions and stuff?”

I don’t want to be taking tests. I don’t want to be doing this vax stuff. I want to just be able to live and make decisions. That’s how people think when they want to come travel. And so for us to have this record, even with some of those things still in place, I think is a testament that Florida is really the place people want to be. And if you just want to go and get a travel visa to come from some of these countries, the amount of time it takes to be able to get it… Meanwhile, they let millions of people come across the southern border with no visa or anything. And how does this make any sense?

To read and watch the entire interview, click here to go to Rev.com

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