Absolutely Perfect – Florida Governor Introduces “Law Enforcement Protection Act”…

Yesterday Florida Governor Ron DeSantis introduced an absolutely perfect set of guidelines that will frame a new set of laws within Florida called the “Combating Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act.” The Florida House and Senate will take up the bill as their first order of business.  Buckets of common sense.

The legal measures and penalties [Summary Here] are direct, straight forward, specific to the current situation and absolutely pitch-perfect to immediately stop any civil disorder that would impede, impact or stop the domestic tranquility for Florida residents.  This includes the use of RICO statutes to prosecute those who organize chaos.

Hopefully more governors will take this approach. WATCH:

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As released, the basic elements of the new Florida law encompass the following:

♦ New Criminal Offenses to Combat Rioting, Looting and Violence:

  1. Prohibition on Violent or Disorderly Assemblies: 3rd degree felony when 7 or more persons are involved in an assembly and cause damage to property or injury to other persons.
  2. Prohibition on Obstructing Roadways: 3rd degree felony to obstruct traffic during an unpermitted protest, demonstration or violent or disorderly assembly; driver is NOT liable for injury or death caused if fleeing for safety from a mob.
  3. Prohibition on Destroying or Toppling Monuments: 2nd degree felony to destroy public property during a violent or disorderly assembly.
  4. Prohibition on Harassment in Public Accommodations: 1st degree misdemeanor for a participant in a violent or disorderly assembly to harass or intimidate a person at a public accommodation, such as a restaurant.
  5. RICO Liability: RICO liability attaches to anyone who organizes or funds a violent or disorderly assembly.

♦ Increased Penalties

  1. Mandatory Minimum Jail Sentence: Striking a law enforcement officer (including with a projectile) during a violent or disorderly assembly = 6 months mandatory minimum jail sentence.
  2. Offense Enhancements: Offense and/or sentence enhancements for: (1) throwing an object during a violent or disorderly assembly that strikes a civilian or law enforcement officer; (2) assault/battery of a law enforcement officer during a violent or disorderly assembly; and (3) participation in a violent or disorderly assembly by an individual from another state.

♦ Citizen and Taxpayer Protection Measures

  1. No “Defund the Police” Permitted: Prohibits state grants or aid to any local government that slashes the budget for law enforcement services.
  2. Victim Compensation: Waives sovereign immunity to allow a victim of a crime related to a violent or disorderly assembly to sue local government for damages where the local government is grossly negligent in protecting persons and property.
  3. Government Employment/Benefits: Terminates state benefits and makes anyone ineligible for employment by state/local government if convicted of participating in a violent or disorderly assembly.
  4. Bail: No bond or bail until first appearance in court if charged with a crime related to participating in a violent or disorderly assembly; rebuttable presumption against bond or bail after first appearance.

“Protesting is a basic constitutional right of free speech, which I wholeheartedly support,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. “Violence, rioting, looting, and vandalism are illegal acts – not rights. Nothing else matters if you and your children aren’t safe. Crime is at a 48-year-low in the state of Florida and we intend to keep it that way. Criminals who destroy and tear down our communities and victimize others must be held accountable, through quick action and swift punishment. We are sending a message that we will not sit back and allow violence to run amuck, and we will arrest violent criminals, and those who loot, riot, and vandalize – guaranteed. I applaud Governor DeSantis’ initiative to ensure that the safety of Florida residents and visitors comes first.”

“It’s my honor to stand in support with Governor DeSantis today,” said Florida Sheriffs Association President and Gilchrist County Sheriff Bobby Schultz. “I’m thankful Governor DeSantis is supplying public safety tools to help ensure that our communities and residents are protected.”

“On behalf of the Florida Police Chiefs Association and over 900 of Florida’s top law enforcement executives from across every region of the state, we thank Governor DeSantis for his strong leadership and dedication to maintaining public order and keeping the peace,” said Florida Police Chiefs Association President and Satellite Beach Police Department Chief Jeff Pearson. “The measures he put forth today are urgently needed to protect the lives and property of every Floridian.” (more)

Understanding that media has a tendency to obfuscate terminology, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd brought visual aids to help the assembled press pool with their reporting.

WATCH:

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Sheriff Grady Judd is somewhat of a rockstar in central Florida. Judd was once asked by a local reporter why a known cop killer was shot 38 times in an exchange of gunfire during his arrest… Judd replied: “because that’s all the bullets we had.”

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256 Responses to Absolutely Perfect – Florida Governor Introduces “Law Enforcement Protection Act”…

  1. todayistheday99 says:

    If I was a police officer which state would I want to live and work in? This is the perfect way to attract top notch police officers. This type of legislation will spread like wildfire.

    Liked by 24 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      DeSantis just turned Florida into the land of milk and honey for many New Yorker’s. This has a lot of appeal to more than just cops. This move kicks Florida’s growth rate up a notch or two. Smart governing.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Eagle Driver says:

        AND getting MORE CERTIFIED POLICEMEN IN THE RANKS QUICKER!!!!!!

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      • Contrarymary says:

        But the question is, do you want more New Yorkers who will vote the same insane way they’ve always voted? That being said, great job DeSantis. This is exactly the right road!

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        • Nate says:

          That’s my worry: More ex-New Yorkers in FL voting Blue.

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          • Nope2GOPe says:

            They’re already infiltrating our local elections. They are sending leftists to IRC from Miami and infiltrating our local politics. We see it increasing unfortunately. The mask issue has only gotten worse here because of them. Just wait until local officials try to force vaccines on the general public with the help of these loons.

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            • Contrarymary says:

              It’s happening here in far Northern California. A lot of new immigrants, legal and illegal. Now, with covid, people in the far left Bay Area are finding they can work from home, so they’re coming up for more affordable homes and flooding the area. Mix that with all the homeless they’ve bused in, and there is a perfect storm brewing. I wish we’d get federal help in breaking up this state into the state of Jefferson, before it’s too late.

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            • bunky says:

              IRC is still great but way too many NY, NJ, and So. Fla nitwits moving here.

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            • robomom7 says:

              No toxic vax for me! What does super cop Grady have to say about MANDATORY masks and vax? Isn’t Polk County the one with the highest rate of gun confiscations under red flag laws in the state?

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          • Kevin C Hastings says:

            only the ones from NYC. Like many blue states, the big cities are so blue they ignore the fact the smaller towns arent.

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        • RoboMom7 says:

          No! We do not want the New York libs here! They can move to California. They should swear to uphold our Florida and US Constitution before they are allowed to permanently live here. I believe in heavy taxes for those moving to Florida from liberal states.

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          • Contrarymary says:

            Thanks, robomom, but we don’t need more liberals in California. Why on earth would the uniparty and the Supreme Court allow communism to take over the most beautiful state in the union. What is the game plan? Can 51% vote to take away all rights from 49% of the people? Can they erase all fair elections, so you can never bring freedom back to your state? I guess it can, cuz it seems to be happening and those who are designated with keeping our constitution in tact, all seem to be sitting on their thumbs.

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        • RoboMom7 says:

          No! We do not want the New York libs here! They can move to California. They should swear to uphold our Florida and US Constitution before they are allowed to permanently live here. I believe in heavy taxes for those moving to Florida from liberal states.

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      • Freedom says:

        If you lived in Florida would you want to stupid liberal from New York to come live in regular state of Florida.

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      • robomom7 says:

        We are a welcoming state – too welcoming! Over-development is costing us our quality of life. It should cost people something to live here – especially those who live here part-time. Full time residents and taxpayers should be the ones enjoying the benefits of full time residency and not overcrowding or importing liberals who will turn our state blue. Imports should pay heavy duty taxes to live here and double for those who are part timers. IMHO

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      • robomom7 says:

        We are a welcoming state – too welcoming! Over-development is costing us our quality of life. It should cost people something to live here – especially those who live here part-time. Full time residents and taxpayers should be the ones enjoying the benefits of full time residency and not overcrowding or importing liberals who will turn our state blue. Imports should pay heavy duty taxes to live here and double for those who are part timers. IMHO

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  2. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Time to get the crash/push bars installed on the old wagon and go cruising.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. MVW says:

    Wow! Perfect. All red states should immediately adopt this.

    Liked by 14 people

  4. Daniel says:

    This is fantastic. Other states NEED to follow.

    This is the difference in thinking between “it can’t/won’t happen here” and “we won’t allow this to happen here.” At the moment, the nation is still struggling with “it can’t/won’t happen here” mentality. Meanwhile the scope of Antifa and BLM is expanding geographically.

    What’s more, after Trump is re-elected, the promise is that they will take this “protesting” nation-wide. Clearly Florida is taking the threat seriously and so should everyone else.

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  5. Proud to Live in FL says:

    OUR NEXT PRESIDENT AFTER DONALD J. TRUMP

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  6. My sister still lives in FL and she HATES Ron DeSantis. I’m like: “Ohhhh Boy… I’ve got my work cut out for me, don’t I?”

    Liked by 7 people

    • fangdog says:

      Practically everyone has a family member dumb as a pile of rocks and as stupid as a milk cow. My point being you are not alone. I admire you trying to save them because they do not have the wherewithal to save themselves.

      Liked by 8 people

      • SJM says:

        “Human stupidity is more infectious than any other disease.”
        Richard Feynman

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      • Eagle Driver says:

        I guess the “SLEDGE HAMMER” method will ONLY work????

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      • She’s a victim of “emotional thinking” and (I believe) has fallen prey to the incessant barrage of Leftist propaganda spewing forth in the media.

        I also suspect that her younger son (who lives with her) has steered her in that direction. Years ago I let him stay with me for a while, and saw first hand just how far Left he leaned. I used to refer to his bedroom as “Moscow West”.

        His gf at the time worked for an abortion clinic and was completing her degree in “Gender Studies”. She is the daughter of Mexican immigrants and tried to CONVINCE ME that Latin Americans HAD A RIGHT to come into America.

        They weren’t too happy when I told them that EVERYONE has an equal opportunity to APPLY for entry, but our govt has the total authority to REFUSE entry for ANY (or NO) reason.

        They also didn’t like it when I told them that their ” Social Justice” demands were total BS. LOL

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      • Super Elite says:

        Sadly that type of family members in my family have master’s degrees in sociology from their liberal state universities. Sad day in many states and in many families.

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      • wvvet says:

        Milk cows aren’t stupid.

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    • rashomon says:

      lgp, why? What points should we know how to address?

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      • Your question doesn’t seem to fit the comment you replied to. Perhaps you might expand or explain it?

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        • rashomon says:

          Sorry. ljp. I was wondering what she didn’t like in the governor’s platform. You explained her problem with the immigrant issue just above as well as the influence of her son and his peers. Gotcha!

          MAGA!

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          • When she mentioned US economy, I blamed America’s economic downturn on DEM Governors so she replied that GOP Gov De Santis “has his head up Trump’s a$$” and “locked down the State” which adversely affected the economy (later I checked… FL was under less restriction than where I live).

            Later, I gave her an earful about all the GOOD DJT has accomplished (NAFTA, PCA, JPCOA, TPP) when she started up about his “Unpresidential Tweets”

            I asked her if she preferred a very polished and “Presidential” politician like Obama, who sold us out at every turn, or a plain-spoken businessman who makes controversial tweets and comments, but brought us full employment and strengthened us economically and militarily, she got quiet.

            I love my Sissy, but DAYUM she let the “Orange Man Bad” propaganda rot her brain.

            I guess every family has at least ONE like that.

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            • Abolition Man says:

              Ljp,
              My condolences! I have three siblings still living in Commifornia and one in the People’s Socialist Republic of Connecticut, and from my experience you won’t get far until they cut back or stop watching Fake News! You should try asking her about his accomplishments like the peace deal and the great economy he created, but she’s going to mostly spout liberal talking points so don’t try anything without a good grasp of the facts and sources! Good luck and Godspeed!

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            • rashomon says:

              HA! I have two, but then I have a huge family. You seem to have her number! Just try to save her son. it’s the young’uns that will make tomorrow better.

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            • Rotor says:

              She must live in SE Florida.

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    • I love DeSantis, he is my governor and Grady Judd is my sheriff. I am blessed!!!
      Good luck with your sister, she is welcome to move north.

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      • I like Grady, too. He’s a redneck’s redneck, which makes him ACES in my book.

        ‘Merica!

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        • Kevin C Hastings says:

          Isnt Grady Judd the sheriff who put out that You Tube video basically daring the Sea At Ho and Portland type rioters to come to his county, so he could kick there ass?

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          • I don’t know about that, but THIS story “Sold Me”:

            “…some dirtbag who got pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Florida ended up “executing” the deputy who stopped him.

            The deputy was shot eight times, including once behind his right ear at close range.

            Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed.

            A statewide manhunt ensued. The low-life piece of human garbage was found hiding in a wooded area with his gun. SWAT team officers fired and hit said low-life 68 times.

            Now here’s the kicker: Asked why they shot the guy 68 times, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told the Orlando Sentinel … get this. “That’s all the bullets we had.””

            So, yeah… I LIKE GRADY. Can we get him cloned?

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      • Rotor says:

        Love Grady Judd. You live on the West side of the blue enclave. I live on the East side.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Let justice prevail, show her pictures of Seattle, Portland, DeBozo painting the NY streets, and the idiot St. Louis DA and ask her if this is her preferred life. Sit back and wait for a response. If she says she prefers any of those 4 to DeSantis, dial 911 and request transportation with extra padding and the chic white jacket! At that point, she would need it. Let’s hope her common sense kicks in first!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Western Washington has *great* weather. She should check it out.

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  7. retiredseabee says:

    Prohibition on Obstructing Roadways: 3rd degree felony to obstruct traffic during an unpermitted protest, demonstration or violent or disorderly assembly; driver is NOT liable for injury or death caused if fleeing for safety from a mob.

    Me like

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  8. revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

    Aunt Teefa is gonna be pissed.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

    Aunt Teefa is gonna be pissed.

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  10. icthematrix says:

    That’s my Governor. Excellent legislation proposed to uphold law and order. A model for all states, and a mirror to reflect the absolute depravity in those allowing such crap to go on.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. bemymiro says:

    That’s my governor! Well done!

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  12. bemymiro says:

    That’s my governor! Well done!

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  13. Summer says:

    Anyone can predict that the Rats are planning a huge “spontaneous uprising” in October. Sorry, I am way past caring about what happens in the Democrat-infested urban areas because it’s their own fault, you reap what you sow. My only concern is the safety of the red states and the safety of my President and his family. The Democrat voters can set themselves on fire, I could not care less.

    There will be massive voter intimidation on Nov 3, in addition to voter fraud, and that’s gonna be a problem, in my opinion. For some reason people don’t talk about this obvious possibility. The BLM goons, the New Black Panthers, Antifa and who knows what else is out there these days will try to block the roads and prevent folks from entering the polling places. That happened in the past.

    Laws like the one Gov. De Santis proposed would make a huge difference in this respect. Harassing voters trying to get to the polls might become hazardous to the revolutionaries’ health if the law is passed and upheld.

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    • fionnagh says:

      “…I am way past caring about what happens in the Democrat-infested urban areas because it’s their own fault,”

      WA state has roughly 4,600,000 registered voters. One-third of them are in a single county, which is ultra blue – King County – Seattle.

      The conservative counties are far less populous so we are out-voted in every election.
      No, it’s not our fault. We’re doing our best to at least turn the state purple.

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      • Summer says:

        I am not sure I understand. Do you live in a “Democrat-infested urban area” or in a “ far less populous conservative county?” Looks like you live in a rural area so my comment was not about you.

        Ultra-blue Seattle, though, is exactly what I mean.

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  14. GB Bari says:

    I am rather amused by all of the sudden endorsements for DeSantis for President / 2024.
    The guy makes a solid move here and right away he’s the most qualified presidential candidate of everyone in the nation? What happened to all the Pompeo, Grenell, and Pence fans?

    I’m just poking here a bit…nothing wrong with supporting a guy who stands up for the right things.

    But 2024 is a long way away and a lot can happen between now and then. Other Republican stars will shine too.

    I do recall very clearly a lot of disagreement right here in these comments sections when DeSantis was running for governor in 2018 Florida Republican primary. There were many detractors posting their reasons why they didn’t relish him being governor (based on his actions as a Congressman), with some supporting Putnam, the second most popular candidate.

    But Ron has performed fairly well although he seems a bit skittish about the coronavirus and slowed down the re-opening of the state. This law and order move is gutsy and nation-leading. Let’s hope that it survives the Lawfare/ACLU-concocted legal challenges that we should anticipate.

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  15. mike says:

    Is it just me? We don’t need most of this.
    Sue the government, for the money?!? Open gates on dem exploitation of taxpayers.
    So, sue the government agent(s) persistently responsible, personally.

    A lot of the problem is antifa/Soros DAs+judges+administrators don’t uphold Constitutional laws.
    A few no-billed headshots by home/business owners on antifa/BLM types mid-felony (starting fires, murderous assaults, car attacks, looting) would rapidly send a message and stop the half sane rioters. The rest, more legal headshots…

    Feds need to nail antifa DAs for rights violations.

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  16. D Lloyd says:

    If you can’t watch the whole video, please go to about the 13 minute mark to watch the Polk Co Sheriff and his visual aids, and especially his “for the slow leaners” comment! LOL! priceless.

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  17. ujijin says:

    Finally, some actual LAWMAKING going on in this country that is (1) Constitutional and (2) model legislation. Let the citizens rise up for this cause and let it spread throughout the land. That’s my prayer.

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  18. The Red Pill says:

    Judd is a rockstar!!!!

    Can you just imagine what the DOJ would look like with Judd at the helm????

    Instead we have pipes Barr…

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  19. bekfl says:

    Thank you, Governor DeSantis! Proud I voted for you.

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  20. ReglarMerican says:

    … so glad The Swamp and Uniparty failed to defeat DeSantis in his brilliant campaign to become FL governor.
    Don’t you know Jeb! is looking for a hispanic country to defect to?

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  21. DeWalt says:

    Grady Judd is the man and had a lot of input into this. He is a truly Constitutional Sheriff. I’m proud to know him and Proud our Governor knows who to listen to.

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  22. AccountabilityPlease says:

    Outstanding!

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  23. visage13 says:

    I love our Governor and thank God everyday he won because if Gillum would have won we would be locked down right now.

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  24. In a 2018 election that was crazy close, Ron won by some 33k votes outta +9 million votes cast. Who did the Dems have that turned it into such a razor thin win? Andrew Gillum .. a small time hustler and total non-entity … even before he was earlier this year found passed out in a motel room with a male-escort who had overdosed on crack.


    Florida + the 2020 election + the whole country avoided Dem destruction by .003% of the vote

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    • Missy says:

      Lots and lots of out-of-state money. We DESPERATELY need campaign finance reform. Serious limits on out of state donations. No more than 20% of donations can come from outside the state/district. Beto O’Rourke had $40M come in from out of state.

      And NO “EXCESS DONATIONS” converted to personal wealth.

      THIS is one they get rich.

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  25. And? So? I care why?

    Politics
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    Florida Bill Would ‘Encourage’ Drivers ‘To Mow Down BLM Protesters,’ Critics Say
    Written By NewsOne Staff

    Posted 12 hours ago

    A bill introduced Monday by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis regarding the ongoing protests against racism and police violence would all but provide an incentive to inflict harm on people participating in those demonstrations, critics say. The Combatting Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act “creates new criminal offenses and increases penalties for those who target law enforcement and participate in violent or disorderly assemblies,” DeSantis tweeted on the same day he introduced the controversial new legislation.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      LOL.

      Don’t send in a crowd to block my car on a public road and you’ve got nothing to worry about.

      Don’t surround my car, screaming at me and pounding on it, and you’ve got nothing to worry about.

      These peeps are insane. But the Dem cities have been letting people get away w/ blocking traffic for so many years now, that a lot of Dems see it as “Free Speech” now.

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  26. Zachary Navarre says:

    Small correction:

    The cop killer referenced at the end of the article was actually shot 68 times.

    That is all 😉

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  27. WSB says:

    It is very sad if existing laws could not cover these exact lawless acts. However, if DeSantis felt he needed this, I am all for it.

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  28. romy911 says:

    This is 45 seconds of Grady Judd. This guy is awesome!

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  29. littlequilterkitty says:

    10 cheers for Sheriff Judd!

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  30. Sunshine says:

    Well… I guess you know by now what Bloomberg did in Florida.

    Billionaire Mike Bloomberg has paid off $20million in debt for more than 31,000 felons in Florida so that they can vote in the state where just 537 votes decided the presidential election in 2000.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8760919/Bloomberg-pays-20m-debt-31-000-felons-Florida-vote.html

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  31. John-Y128 says:

    Governor DeSantis will make a great follow up to PT in 2024!

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  32. devilman96 says:

    As a Floridian aka native, I’m happy to see our legislative processes doing something. I’m not 100% sold on the first one of plus 6. I could see that being abused.

    Otherwise I wish they would put new residency and snow bird taxes in place to stop the nonstop in flux of crap.

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    • LookUp says:

      Please stop referring to anyone other than a Florida native as a pile of unwanted garbage. We HATE our states. We DID NOT vote for this trash government ( check out county by county voting trends) and we certainly would NEVER turn a beacon refuge like Florida into anything with the likes that we escaped from. After all, most EVERYONE is not a native to Florida. Someone in the family moved there.

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      • devilman96 says:

        Yeah no… and that’s the thing with carpetbaggers. They always think their type brings improvement and quality, they didn’t do it, no consideration for the quadrupling of the population in the past 30-40 years.

        It’s just like watching open border immigration happen, it’s not their fault ether and I should consider myself lucky for the added culture.

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  33. devilman96 says:

    As a Floridian aka native, I’m happy to see our legislative processes doing something. I’m not 100% sold on the first one of plus 6. I could see that being abused.

    Otherwise I wish they would put new residency and snow bird taxes in place to stop the nonstop in flux of crap.

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  34. Phil McCoxwell says:

    No doubt about it. This guy has plans for the whitehouse. I would also add that he just laid out the template For any other republicans seeking the presidency moving forward. This is how I have always seen America. No bullshit, play by the rules, you can fail 1,000 times as long as you are honest, and the field is level and fair for all who want to participate in this magnificent country, all of this has been made possible through the leadership of President Trump. He is the George Washington of our time!

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  35. philip jeffreys says:

    I’ve always wondered about this hypothetical: what if the Left/Dems/Uniparty gain concurrent control of the Senate and Oval office? What if the Court is packed? What if the stacking of DAs continues? What if the electoral college is terminated? In short, what if the strategy to subvert democracy from within and install CA-like (only more extreme) statist authoritarianism? Does anyone doubt one iota that that is the direction the AOC’s and Harris’s of the world will head? That the logic of their goals, objectives, resourcing and ideology will ineluctably move down this road? Did it catch anyone else’s attention when, early in the Obama adminstration, Napolitano orchestrated political forces and hype were amp’ed up to isolate, confront and disarm so-called right-wing militias, corner ammunition supplies while initiating efforts to resource armed urban response forces within Federal agencies? This didn’t occur by happenstance any more than the recycling of large amounts of money from Soros, Styer, China, et al, through PACS, foundations, go fund me, corporate ownership, etc., into BLM, ANTIFA and other change by violence and fear terrorist groups.

    How will the Left respond when the inevitable challenges arise? We know these people cannot win the argument. They will HAVE to resort to the raw, physical enforcement tools at their disposal. History has shown that this is where these “revolutions” lead in every instance. In parallel, the legal structure is reshaped to provide faux “Constitutional” cover.

    While well intended, does anyone doubt that folks at Lawfare will not corrupt policy/laws like the subject of this post to suborn oppositon?

    What next?

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  36. ethicall says:

    Taking it to the Streets
    WHY BLM RIOTERS GET AWAY WITH TURNING OUR STREETS INTO WEAPONS OF WAR
    by Linda Jordan, ©2020

    (Sep. 23, 2020) — Short answer. Because Democrat politicians make sure they can get away with it.

    “A sniper is only a coward, not a hero; and an uncontrolled or uncontrollable mob is only a voice of madness, not the voice of the people.” Robert Kennedy

    Roads are the weapon of choice for BLM and Antifa mobs. They are the conduit through which all of their disruption and violence flow, including arson, assaulting police officers, refusing to disperse, beating innocent citizens, murdering people, attacking drivers in cars, destroying buildings and statues, looting businesses, threatening people in their homes, in stores and at restaurants, and holding drivers and passengers hostage on every road they block.

    The lawless commerce that the rioters engage in is dependent upon access to the streets.

    Link to article:
    https://www.thepostemail.com/2020/09/23/taking-it-to-the-streets

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  37. robomom7 says:

    The flip side of this coin – Unfortunately, tough guy Sheriff Grady also has the infamous distinction of having the highest rate of gun confiscations in the entire state of Florida since red flag laws were enacted in 2018. What is Polk County’s position on mandatory masks? Toxic Vaccines? I see the potential for tyranny in Polk County and in Florida, if this guy is given too much authority. https://drrichswier.com/2019/09/01/florida-top-3-counties-with-the-highest-number-of-red-flag-law-gun-confiscations-polk-pinellas-broward/

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    • robomom7 says:

      I thought we are “innocent until proven guilty in a court of law before a jury of our peers.” The red flag laws turn this centuries old jurisprudence on its head. We are now guilty until proven innocent. We have 14 days to find an attorney to represent us in a court of law – on our own dime – to prove our innocence and hope to get our confiscated weapons and ammo back. Almost all who have their guns confiscated with no proof of wrongdoing, will never get them back! No compensation is given to the victims of this unjust confiscation.

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  38. PVCDroid says:

    Now’s about the time in a movie script where villains (corrupt Dems) are strapped in a torture chamber chair and forced to admit all their lies, or else. lol.

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  39. Kevin C Hastings says:

    De Santis would make an excellent presidential candidate some day. His policies are excellent. His weakness is hes not a very good campaigner. hes action, not talk.

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  40. Welcome to FLORIDA, where the Government introduces the beginning of the Eradication of Lawlessness of Thug,Retribution and Retaliation of America🇺🇸 More States will follow…New Yorker’s are fleeing to the “Sunshine State”.

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