‘60 Minutes’ falsehoods provide the perfect vehicle for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to prove that Democrat propagandists posing as the press deserve no heightened legal protection.
Democrat Mayor of Palm Beach County Dave Kerner railed against CBS’s “60 Minutes” Monday for airing a program cast as “intentionally false.”
’60 Minutes’ refused to interview people who disputed its false narrative, selectively edited video to hide facts, and omitted data that debunked its thesis and accurately describe Florida’s success.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis criticized the idea of “vaccine passports,” a type of digital credential Big Tech and the White House are developing.
Florida has routinely led the country in vaccinating seniors, prioritizing group eligibility by age over occupation, as seen in others.
DeSantis took aim at critical race theory, which has picked up steam since President Joe Biden rescinded a Trump order banning it in federal agencies.
Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis railed against the Democrats’ new $1.9 trillion spending bill as a blue state bailout.
The crowd in Orlando roared in response to Gov. Ron DeSantis’s declaration that Florida is a free state that has replaced initial lockdown restrictions with a policy of focused protection.
No governor’s story is as emblematic of the media malpractice in the era of coronavirus than that of Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Florida GOP leaders are working together to condemn Big Tech for power abuses including censorship, de-platforming, and election interference.
A COVID-19 response roundtable led by Gov. Ron DeSantis and featuring distinguished experts calmed fears over lifting COVID-19 restrictions in Florida.
DeSantis recalled the mainstream media’s narrative claiming we all need to wait two weeks and then Florida will be like New York or Italy.
Media painted Gov. DeSantis as “bucking advice of health professionals.” Now, the doomsday hospital predications have been proven wrong.
“Packed beaches should work nicely to thin the ranks of Trump/DeSantis/Gimenez supporters in #Florida who value money over health,” Santiago tweeted.
Matt Bevin’s loss doesn’t have anything to do with Trump, and it’s not about ‘conservatives’ versus ‘moderates,’ either. Conservatism embodies middle-class and working-class values. Why not embrace that?
Republican candidate Ron DeSantis has defeated Democrat Andrew Gillum to become the next governor of Florida.
The farm bill represents an unholy alliance between lawmakers looking to give wealthy farmers more subsidies and lawmakers looking to expand food stamps.
Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney is the most unpopular Republican in the country among GOP voters, according to a new poll out this month reported by Axios.
A Democrat gubernatorial candidate admitted that corporate media serves her party and expressed hope that their bias could propel her to victory.