Ron DeSantis made one prediction about the November election that the pro-abortion lobby will hate

Apr 9, 2024

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a ban on abortions after six weeks into law last year.

But Democrats were able to place an initiative on the ballot this fall to enshrine abortion on demand into law.

And Ron DeSantis made one prediction about the November election that the pro-abortion lobby will hate.

Democrats consider abortion-on-demand their most sacred right.

And they take the most extreme position on the issue in supporting abortion-on-demand for any reason up until the moment of birth.

After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022 and sent the issue back to the states, Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law the following year that banned abortion in Florida after six weeks of pregnancy.

Democrats are hell-bent on passing legislation at the federal level to make abortion-on-demand the law of the land in America.

They are also spending millions of dollars to put abortion-on-demand on the ballot in states that allow initiatives and referendums.

Ohio voters passed a ballot initiative last year that overrides the state’s law protecting life after six weeks of pregnancy and enshrines abortion-on-demand into the state Constitution.

And Democrats recently garnered enough signatures to place an initiative on the ballot in Florida this November that would overturn the six week ban and codify abortion into state law.

In Florida, ballot initiatives need to win approval from 60 percent of voters to become law.

Democrats have already announced plans to spend tens of millions of dollars to try and make abortion-on-demand the law of the land in Florida this fall.

“The Biden campaign on Monday released a memo announcing it would invest more in former President Trump’s home state, arguing Trump and the Republican agenda in the Sunshine State are ‘making Floridians’ lives worse,’” The Hill reported. “Biden campaign manager Julie Chávez Rodríguez said the campaign has released targeted ads focused on young voters in Florida, as well as Hispanic and Black voters.”

But during a press conference on Wednesday, Ron DeSantis predicted that the abortion referendum will go down in flames this fall.

“I think Florida voters over the past, you know, four or five cycles, have developed a skepticism on the amendments generally because they’re always written in ways that are confusing, you don’t necessarily know what the intent is going to be,” DeSantis began. “So, I think that there’s a certain segment of voters, they default, just vote no on these things because they know that these things, these things cost tens of millions of dollars to get on.”

“So, somebody is paying for that and somebody is going to benefit from that,” DeSantis added.

That is why he said the abortion-on-demand initiative will “fail.”

Of course, ballot initiatives favor the Democrats.

Democrat groups will pour unlimited resources into Florida to try and turn out every pro-abortion voter in the state in November.

Turnout will already be high due to the Presidential election.

And only time will tell if Florida voters stand up for the sanctity of life or go down the path of abortion-on-demand.

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

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