Governor Ron DeSantis has taken a pro-active stance to protect the citizens of Florida from rogue prosecutors who are picking and choosing which laws to enforce, often openly doing so in the name of “social justice”. Late this morning, with numerous law enforcement representatives including the well-known Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, Governor DeSantis announced, effective immediately, the suspension of State Attorney Andrew Warren of Florida’s 13th Judicial District.
Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida is making another bold move for the residents of his state, signing a bill that bars the state from prohibiting religious services during any emergency declaration. The bill would work to protect religious groups, such as churches, and allow the continuation of public gatherings within the organization, even during events such as the recent COVID-19 pandemic under certain circumstances. Senate Bill 254, which passed through the state senate in January, states that an emergency declaration “may not directly or indirectly prohibit a religious institution from conducting regular religious services or activities.” The caveat exception in the bill allows for a halt of services or gatherings only when all businesses are required to close. Defining such services and gatherings as “essential” places religious organizations in the same category as grocery stores, gas stations, and other entities that can remain open for basic provisions during an emergency
On Thursday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis confirmed that the state would not be ordering COVID-19 vaccines for young children, regardless of the Food and Drug Administration’sunanimous endorsementof the Pfizer and Moderna shots for babies and kids under 5. “There is not going to be any state programs that are going to be trying to get COVID jabs to infants, toddlers, and newborns,” theDesantis said in response to a questionasked at a press conference.