Trump is Florida resident that can take advantage of law blocking tech censors

 Red States:


... a Miami Herald reporter who point-blank asked DeSantis if the anti-Big Tech censorship bill was “for Trump,” a current resident of Florida who was de-platformed from Twitter and Facebook after the Capitol riots back in January.

“You’re a loyal supporter of former President Donald Trump [who is] for all purposes now, a resident in Florida,” she stated “… and he was de-platformed. Is this bill for him?”

“The bill is for everyday Floridians,” DeSantis smoothly countered as the crowd groaned loudly in frustration over the question. “It’s what we said. And it would allow any Floridian to be able to provide what they’re doing.”

As to the Trump part of the question, DeSantis used it to his advantage and suggested it proved his point. “But I do think that’s another issue that has been brought to bear. When you de-platform the President of the United States but you let Ayatollah Khomeini talk about killing Jews, that is wrong.” 

Many ceremony attendees gave a standing ovation to DeSantis’ answer, and in the video below you see him crack a smile as though he knew he had won the day with his response – just before he thanked the crowd and walked away from the podium, doing all but a literal mic drop on the reporter.


I think it may be game on for Big Tech at this point.  I hope Trump takes advantage of the law. 



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