Ron DeSantis left Democrats enraged after he made this surprising move

May 18, 2022

Ron DeSantis has been a no-holds-barred fighter taking on the radical Left.

He isn’t afraid to take on tough fights.

And he left Democrats enraged after he made this surprising move.

Democrats are losing their minds over the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that indicates Roe v. Wade could be overturned.

Faced with the Supreme Court handing them a massive defeat, the Left is turning to thuggish tactics to get their way.

Unruly mobs have descended on the homes of conservative Supreme Court Justices to intimidate them ahead of a potential ruling.

The situation is becoming so dangerous that Justice Samuel Alito, who wrote the leaked opinion, has moved his family to an undisclosed location for their safety.

Ron DeSantis weighed in on these thuggish tactics.

“I think it was an intentional thing to try to whip up a lot of the public to try to make it very political, potentially try to bully them into changing one of their positions,” DeSantis said.

“And that is not something that’s appropriate for the judicial branch,” he added.

Radical leftists have grown increasingly bold about using these intimidation tactics to target conservatives.

Ron DeSantis made a move to stop this potential mob violence from coming to Florida.

He signed Florida House Bill 1571 into law, which bans protesting outside someone’s home.

The law requires that police officers first issue a warning to protestors to leave and if they fail to comply, they can be arrested.

Protestors could be charged with a second-degree misdemeanor.

“Sending unruly mobs to private residences, like we have seen with the angry crowds in front of the homes of Supreme Court justices, is inappropriate,” DeSantis said.

“This bill will provide protection to those living in residential communities and I am glad to sign it into law,” he continued.

Republican State Senator Keith Perry who sponsored the bill said the recent Supreme Court protests made it necessary.

“It’s clearly a way to intimidate people. You can’t have a minority mob, intimidate lawmakers or especially judges,” Perry said.

“A home should be a safety area and should have sanctity to that and so that’s why I filed a bill,” Perry explained.

“We have people . . . that think it’s okay to harass people,” he stated.

“They have neighbors, you have families, and having a kid get off a bus and walk through a screaming yelling picket line is not something that I think is the American way,” he added.

Democrats are already seething at the bill claiming its violation of free speech and are threatening to sue.

But the Supreme Court has ruled that protesting outside someone’s home isn’t Constitutionally protected speech in Frisby v. Schultz.

Radical left-wing activists are threatening a summer of rage if the Supreme Court overturns Roe.

DeSantis and other Florida legislators could be in their crosshairs.

With this new bill, Florida could be spared from the unruly left-wing mob’s intimidation tactics.

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

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