Florida was on the verge of passing a DeSantis-backed common sense gun law before the Uvalde school shootings.
And the horror in Texas only strengthens the case for such a law.
But the radical left and their allies in the corporate-controlled media launched this new attack on Ron DeSantis instead.
Radical Democrats and a few sellout Republicans, including Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn, are said to be at work on Capitol Hill forging an unconstitutional coalition of backstabbers and traitors dead-set on restricting Second Amendment rights.
This is in response to the admittedly horrible school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, where a deranged criminal killed 21 people, including 19 children.
But while Congress appears ready to sacrifice the Constitution at the altar of “do something” politics, state legislatures across the country are continuing to undo existing worthless and harmful regulations.
A State Senate committee in Ohio just debated a measure, already passed by the State House, that would make it easier for teachers to bring guns into the classroom.
“They are the good guys wanting to protect others from the bad guys. Put your trust in the good guys,” a school superintendent argued in support of the bill.
Of course, rather than pass this kind of reasonable and useful legislation, Congress is instead focusing on taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens.
Even though it is abundantly clear that fewer guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens is what got us to this point in the first place, gun grabbers continue pushing the debate in this direction.
It’s no accident that the vast majority of all mass shootings take place in so-called “gun-free zones” where the criminals and murderers know they are less likely to face armed resistance.
Rather than pass more such stupidity, Congress should be working to pass Congressman Thomas Massie’s legislation to repeal gun-free zones.
Or they should, at the very least, be following the lead of Ron DeSantis and others who are working to pass Constitutional Carry laws, giving citizens their Constitutional right to carry firearms back to them.
Despite what the leftist radicals and their media puppets say, this is the way to help assure there are fewer situations like Uvalde’s in the future.
And Ron DeSantis is ready to move forward with Constitutional Carry in Florida to help assure Floridians are safer in the future.
“The Legislature will get it done. I can’t tell you if it’s going to be next week, six months, but I can tell you that before I am done as Governor, we will have a signature on that bill,” DeSantis said of Constitutional Carry.
Currently Constitutional Carry is legal in 25 states, with seven more pushing to enact the measure, including Florida.
Given Governor DeSantis’ willingness to take on the establishment, the corporate-controlled media, and left-wing radicals, it’s likely he won’t be backing down from this fight either.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.