DeSantis shuts out reporters, signs law with voting restrictions 1

DeSantis shuts out reporters, signs law with voting restrictions


Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed into law a controversial voting bill aimed at curbing access to mail-in voting in the state, joining a host of other GOP-led states pushing new limits in connection with former President Donald Trump's baseless claims of fraud in the 2020 election.

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  1. I imagine DeSantis sitting alone in his office every night and staring at a red hat and a blonde wig beneath it, saying: I will finish what you started.

    1. @Sean Mitchell
      You’re still running with Hillarys Russian collusion lie after record breaking democratic election fraud?

    2. @Sean Mitchell They never said there was no evidence. They just said “no standing” big difference. Jan6th was not an attempt to reinstall Trump. It was more of a peaceful protest than 99% of those in every demturd city. By the way they were not mostly peaceful. They were mostly looting and burning and vandalizing. Billions of dollars in damage is proof of that. Try again buddy. The biggest coup was the fraud filled 2020 election!

    1. @xAlpaca Zeu It’s a crime because people who support candidates can give people things in line to vote. Therefore they are interfering with an election. Its fine if a person gives another person a water or if they had a water stand. It’s not fine when the water is given to sway a vote.

      If you care so much about water in line, bring your own. I always bring water when I go anywhere. It’s pretty easy.

    2. That’s why that is a red herring. Voter ID is not the entire reason why these sort of bills are detrimental to democracy, but if you listen to any conservative, that’s the only thing they’ll focus on because that’s the only thing their radio hosts will mention. lol

    3. @xAlpaca Zeu that’s not what you care about. You care about being able to cheat. And it will be. You won’t cheat again and trump already announced he’s coming back

  2. So should I just walk into wal mart and tell them who they should hire… or what to sell… especially if I’m not even an employee…. think about it how farfetched is it to think if you are allowed to vote here, then you better live here.

  3. Good. I volunteer as a poll worker and I WELCOME any process that will make the our elections more secure, accurate, reliable and fair to all AMERICAN CITIZENS.

  4. DeSantis shuts out reporters, signs law protecting elections from fraud.

    There, I fixed your title for you.

  5. To this day I am still surprised I am not asked to show ID to vote. I live in a small town so the poll people always seem to recognize me. But not everyone lives in small towns, and frankly, relying on that the poll worker may happen to recognize you is not a very good safeguard.

  6. Explain exactly how people with different skin color are restricted from voting more than people with other skin colors based on these regulations. I know Biden can’t give out a website in 3 attempts but voting isn’t that hard. I had to go to the post office today to buy a stamp to mail a mothers day card, that was much harder than voting.

  7. ID was a must have for us people that grew up living in the hood. That’s the first thing the Police would ask us for.

  8. When you ain’t change who you are and who you’re going to be make sure it is a change for the better

  9. Way to go and thank you Ron Desantis! Now let’s get the rest of the country doing the same!

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