By now it’s clear that the Biden administration is out to get Ron DeSantis for his refusal to enforce Fauci’s lockdowns and mandates.
There’s virtually no line they won’t cross if they believe it will hurt DeSantis politically and slow his surging popularity.
But Ron DeSantis just came through in a huge way for the tornado victims who Joe Biden refused to help.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis turned Florida into a “citadel of freedom” during the pandemic by refusing to enforce lockdowns and banning mask and vaccine mandates in the Sunshine State.
Since DeSantis’ pro-freedom policies exposed the farce of Anthony Fauci’s pro-lockdown, pro-mask mandate narrative, Joe Biden and the Democrats launched an all-out smear campaign against the Governor to try to cover up their massive mistakes.
The Fake News Media reported false COVID death numbers out of Florida, and left-wing members of the press smeared him as Governor “DeathSantis.”
When that didn’t work, the Biden administration took the extreme measure of cutting off shipments of life-saving monoclonal antibodies to Florida, potentially killing thousands of people in the process.
The latest example of the Biden administration’s attempt to punish innocent people in Florida for Ron DeSantis’ pro-freedom policies came when the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) rejected a request for emergency assistance after a tornado inflicted significant damage on two counties in Florida.
Over 158 homes were either destroyed or sustained major damage, and more than 350 residents were displaced in the two Florida counties.
But FEMA still rejected the request for assistance.
However, Ron DeSantis is willing to fight for the people who elected him to serve as their leader.
And when FEMA rejected the request, DeSantis found a way to free up more than $7.1 million to help with recovery from tornadoes that recently hit Southwest Florida.
“Victims of these tornadoes in Southwest Florida deserve assistance to kickstart their recovery process,” DeSantis said. “Despite the Biden administration’s failure to help Floridians in need, I will continue working with state agencies to find ways that we can assist our residents who have been devastated by these tornadoes.”
In addition to the funding, DeSantis and the Florida Division of Emergency Management launched a donation portal to provide immediate relief for disaster survivors impacted by the tornadoes.
At a time when Americans needed the assistance of their President, he refused to help them over his hatred towards Ron DeSantis.
But Ron DeSantis went above and beyond and found a way to provide the funds needed to help the victims and jumpstart the recovery efforts in the two counties.
This is why polls show Ron DeSantis is popular with Florida voters and should cruise to an easy re-election victory this November.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.