A CNN host sat in stunned silence over this fact about Florida under Ron DeSantis

Feb 7, 2024

CNN has been relentlessly attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.  

The network was forced to confront the reality of life in the Sunshine State.

And a CNN host sat in stunned silence over this fact about Florida under Ron DeSantis.

New York City made national headlines after a group of illegal aliens attacked two police officers in Times Square.

The Big Apple is dealing with a crime wave after the sanctuary city had nearly 200,000 illegal aliens flood its streets.

CNN host Erica Hill was left speechless when the poorly rated cable news network’s chief law enforcement and intelligence analyst John Miller, a former New York Police Department deputy commissioner, explained why illegal aliens don’t commit crimes in Florida.

“I mean, these are people who came in waves, 170,000, probably to New York City,” Miller said, discussing the recent influx of illegal aliens to the city.

He explained that amidst the group, were career criminals, looking for an opportunity to take advantage of the U.S.

“These individuals, I went over their rap sheets yesterday, multiple charges, grand larceny, robbery, attempted robbery, grand larceny, grand larceny,” Miller said. “This particular crew operated on mopeds and scooters; they were doing organized retail theft. They were doing snatches on the street, iPhones, iPads, clothing, so on and so forth. One of them that they are still seeking has ten charges on one day because he’s part of a pattern that’s been going on.”

Miller said that these roving gangs of criminals had only been in the U.S. for a couple of months, according to New York police.

“So, what the detectives are telling me is they have crews here that operate in New York, do all their stealing, then go to Florida to spend the money, and then come back. And I’m like, well, why don’t they just stay and steal in Florida? And they said, ‘because there, you go to jail,” Miller explained.

Hill sat there stunned at Miller’s remarks about Florida, only offering an “oh,” after a brief silence.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made law-and-order a top priority in the Sunshine State, in sharp contrast to soft-on-crime New York.

The illegal aliens who viciously assaulted the New York Police Department officers were released without bail.

DeSantis touted the fact that crime in Florida is at a 50-year low under his administration.

“Other states endanger their citizens by making it easier to put criminals back on the street. Here in Florida, we will continue to support and enact policies to protect our communities and keep Floridians safe,” DeSantis said. “Florida will remain the law-and-order state.”

Florida has worked hard to protect its residents from crime, while other states are letting criminals run amok.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

 

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