Jen Psaki will blow a gasket over this one piece of legislation headed to Ron DeSantis’ desk

May 13, 2022

The radical Left is known for using violence to achieve its political goals.

Some Republicans are fighting back.

And Jen Psaki will blow a gasket over this one piece of legislation headed to Ron DeSantis’ desk.

All hell is breaking loose over a leaked draft opinion showing the Supreme Court is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade any day now.

After the draft opinion was leaked to a POLITICO reporter, Democrats began mobilizing angry and potentially violent mobs of pro-abortion protesters outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices.

Of course, protesting outside of the homes of Supreme Court Justices is a violation of both federal and state law.

However, Jen Psaki and the Biden administration refuse to speak out against this illegal activity.

Instead, the Biden administration is encouraging protesters to take to the streets and rally outside the homes of the Justices to try to pressure them into changing their opinion before the ruling is handed down.

Ron DeSantis previously referred to the leak as a “judicial insurrection” and an attack on the courts.

And now, Republicans in Florida are taking action in order to stop left-wing activists from protesting outside the homes of officials in the Sunshine State.

The legislature just sent HB 1571 to Ron DeSantis’ desk.

HB 1571 makes it illegal to protest outside a person’s home “with the intent to harass or disturb that person in his or her dwelling.”

If signed into law, the bill would ban residential protests that “harass” or “disturb” a person within their home.

It also would amplify penalties against violators, as individuals could face second-degree misdemeanor charges for violating the law, which carries penalties of up to 60 days in jail, a $500 fine, and six months probation.

However, law enforcement officers are required to tell the protesters to leave before any arrests could be made.

“This bill recognizes the right of privacy, safety, and peace that we all deserve in our own home,” Senate sponsor Keith Perry said in March.

“The purpose of this bill is so you can have your castle, with your family and be left alone,” House sponsor Randy Maggard said. “There’s plenty of places in this state, in this country where you can protest. We’re eliminating the home.”

While some Republicans refuse to enforce the laws, Democrats know Ron DeSantis means business.

And should HB 1571 go into effect, there’s no doubt that Ron DeSantis will have any protesters who violate the law locked up and arrested on the spot.

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

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