Ron DeSantis is a rock star among Republican voters nationwide.
He’s also a rock star among rock stars.
That’s why two famous musicians just went on Fox News and played a song they wrote about Ron DeSantis’ pro-freedom policies.
Ron DeSantis gained rock star status with Republican voters for his pro-freedom policies during the pandemic.
DeSantis kept Florida’s schools and businesses open, while also banning masks and vaccine mandates.
Of course, Ron DeSantis’ pro-freedom policies made Democrats hate him, and fear him, more than any other Republican elected official in America.
Several A-list Hollywood celebrities viciously attacked Ron DeSantis for supporting the Parental Rights in Education Bill, with the co-hosts of the Oscars even taking a swipe at him by chanting “gay, gay, gay.”
But not all famous celebrities hate Ron DeSantis.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Johnny Van Zant, the lead vocalist of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and his brother, Donnie Van Zant of 38 Special, released a song they wrote thanking Ron DeSantis for keeping Florida free during the pandemic.
The Van Zant brothers said Ron DeSantis is standing up for the same values that were instilled in them growing up in Jacksonville, Florida.
“We got to thank Governor DeSantis for standing and believing for what he believes . . . he’s been a great Governor for us,” Johnny Van Zant said.
When DeSantis previously called Johnny Van Zant to let him know he was running for re-election, Van Zant asked the Governor if he could write a special song in honor of him fighting for freedom.
When DeSantis answered in the affirmative, the Van Zant brothers sat down and quickly wrote the song and recorded it on their iPhones.
“We really wrote it . . . in a couple of hours, and we recorded it on an iPhone and sent it to the Governor,” Johnny Van Zant explained. “We’ve never done that before . . . and we took a chance.”
Ron DeSantis said the song, titled “Sweet Florida,” will serve as the new theme song for his re-election campaign.
“He stands up for what he believes,” the song begins.
“So don’t come down here trying to change things we’re doing all right in the Sunshine State. Stay out of our business. Leave our Governor alone. Down in sweet, sweet Florida our Governor is red, white and blue . . . he’s shooting us straight, telling us the truth.”
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