Ron DeSantis took a sledgehammer to the woke Left in Florida.
Hollywood elites in the entertainment industry hate him for it.
And Ron DeSantis’ Press Secretary just set music icon Pink straight for spreading this big lie about the Governor.
After Ron DeSantis promised to make Florida be “where woke goes to die,” the Governor immediately went to work making good on his promise.
DeSantis ripped the woke curriculum out of the government schools, banned biological males from competing in women’s sports, and put an end to sexualizing young children.
As part of his war on the woke Left, DeSantis took aim at the pornographic material in several of the transgender and LGBTQ+ books being promoted to children in government libraries.
The Left erupted into a fit of rage when DeSantis banned pornographic books in children’s libraries and accused him of “book burning.”
They also spread lies about which books were banned in an effort to make him look bad to the public.
Pop music star Pink is the latest left-wing activist to try and take a swipe at DeSantis over books he never banned.
“The following are some titles of books that have been banned from schools in Florida,” Pink wrote on the social media platform X. “Lmk which book is pornography,” she continued, before listing off a string of books allegedly banned in Florida.
“To Kill A Mockingbird, The Hate You Give, Forrest Gump, A Catcher In The Rye, The Hill We Climb, Girls Who Code, Atlas Shrugged, 1984, The Kite Runner, The Bluest Eye, A Wrinkle In Time, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Fault In Our Stars, etc etc,” she added.
Of course, there was one major problem with Pink’s claim.
It is not true.
Social media users quickly added a “Community Notes” tag to the post informing readers that Pink’s post was incorrect and full of false information.
“This list has been proven incorrect,” Community Notes wrote in a note below the false post. “These books are not banned in Florida,” Community Notes continued. “In fact, some are on Florida’s required reading list.”
Community Notes included a link to an article from USA Today titled Fact check: Fake list of banned Florida books circulates widely online.
But DeSantis Press Secretary Bryan Griffin also set Pink straight in his own post on X where he ripped the Hollywood leftist for her lies about the Governor.
“It’s great to check in with Hollywood every once in a while and ensure you are on the opposite side of whatever that cabal is pushing,” Griffin wrote. “For @Pink, here, it’s pornographic material in classrooms,” he continued. “We debunked this fake list & highlighted the real problem.”
Griffin’s post linked to a video showing the inappropriate material found in the books removed from Florida’s schools by DeSantis.
It's great to check in with Hollywood every once in a while and ensure you are on the opposite side of whatever that cabal is pushing.
For @Pink here, it's pornographic material in classrooms.
— Bryan Griffin (@BryanDGriffin) November 14, 2023
The video includes disturbing pornographic material.
“Warning: This video contains pornographic images and content not suitable for children,” Taryn Fenske wrote. “If you can’t read these books at a school board meeting, should they be in a school?”
Warning: This video contains pornographic images and content not suitable for children. If you can’t read these books at a school board meeting, should they be in a school? https://t.co/gHBoQh5eYa
— Taryn Fenske (@tarynfenske) March 8, 2023
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