In media news today, Ted Cruz knocks a podium after a press reporter asked a concern about masks, a Washington Post writer states it’s time to make life a ‘ordeal’ for the unvaccinated, and USA Today gets torched for promoting a ‘complex’ research study on pedophilia.
MSNBC’s Joy Reid, host of “The Reidout,” railed versus Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Wednesday over his speech in which he commemorated flexibility at a loss state amidst Democrats continuing to promote more crackdowns to stop the spread of COVID-19
In his “State of the State” speech Tuesday, DeSantis commented how Florida is ending up being a sanctuary for those seeking to leave “authoritarian, approximate and apparently nonstop requireds and limitations.” He went on to call out the policies he considered “damaging” and based upon “blind adherence” to “ Faucian statements“
Reid implicated DeSantis of carrying out a natural resistance experiment in his state and for having a careless neglect for Floridians’ health.
” DeSantis sure likes a speak about flexibility, specifically the kind that runs the risk of the health of individuals in his own state who have actually basically belonged to a huge natural herd resistance experiment for the previous 2 years, whether they wish to be or not,” Reid stated.
She presumed regarding declare that it was as if “more COVID[cases] was constantly the objective” for DeSantis. “[A] brand-new report states that 80 percent of Floridians will likely contract omicron at this rate. Which naturally, indicates more consumers for Ron’s leading donors’ wonder remedy, yay!”
Joy Reid(( Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images Ms. Foundation for Women))
Ron DeSantis ( REUTERS/Carlo Allegri)
Dr. Anthony Fauci( AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
In Reid’s view, nevertheless, DeSantis’ push versus vital race theory, assistance for abortion limitations and moms and dads’ capability to take legal action against instructors reveals that the Republican guv is running an “authoritarian” state.
” If you’re not currently encouraged the Republicans reducing the vote and taking control of the nation would seriously hurt our democracy, look no more than Ron DeSantis’ Florida. What some individuals call ‘DeSantistan’ [is] an authoritarian precursor of what’s to come for everybody if Republicans take control of this nation in overall.”