Concert goers were surprised by what Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger said about Ron DeSantis and Mickey Mouse

Jun 11, 2024

Mick Jagger has been the frontman for the Rolling Stones since 1962.

Jagger, now 80, and the Stones recently performed in front of thousands of fans in Orlando, Florida.

Concert goers were surprised by what Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger said about Ron DeSantis and Mickey Mouse.

The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and greatest rock bands of all time.

Since the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones have sold more than 250 million records worldwide, making them the fourth best-selling group of all time.

They have been awarded three Grammy Awards, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and are in both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Music Hall of Fame.

Mick Jagger has been married twice, and has eight children among multiple women.

But Mick Jagger’s age does not stop him from putting on a good show.

The Rolling Stones kicked off their Hackney Diamonds Tour in April.

On June 3, the Rolling Stones performed at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, in front of an estimated 40,000 fans.

According to the Chief Venues Officer of Orlando Venues, Allen Johnson, the Orlando concert generated over $20 million in revenue for the local economy.

Jagger was joined on stage by Rolling Stones founder Keith Richards and guitarist Ronnie Wood.

The popular rock band performed 19 songs for the crowd in Florida.

But Mick Jagger also called out Ron DeSantis.

“We have some great local celebrities that have come tonight,” Mick Jagger said. “Tiger Woods is here, for instance,” he continued. “Joey Fatone is here.” 

Mick Jagger then made a joke about Ron DeSantis and his battle with Disney.

“And Ron DeSantis is up there in the suite,” he said. “He’s having a date night with Mickey Mouse,” Mick Jagger continued, before adding “I’m so glad they finally made up.”

According to a spokesman from the Governor’s office, DeSantis did not attend Monday’s concert.

But Mick Jagger was referring to DeSantis’ battle with Disney over parental rights in education and the Left’s woke gender ideology.

Disney tried to stop DeSantis from signing a Parental Rights in Education Bill into law, but the Governor refused to back down and then made the House of Mouse pay a price for going woke.

Of course, Mick Jagger has a history of supporting left-wing politicians.

In 2019 he welcomed Illinois Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker on stage told the crowd he “just legalized cannabis in Illinois.” 

“So, you’re all going to light up legally next January,” Mick Jagger said. “Some of you may have jumped the gun.”

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

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