During the COVID-19 pandemic, many states decided to follow the guidelines set by the Biden administration and the CDC. While Democratic strongholds pushed lockdowns, mask mandates, the COVID-19 jab, and vaccine passports, the coronavirus continued to spread. It appeared that more protocols and mandates put in place did little to stop COVID-19 or its several variants from sweeping the nation. But while the Democrats promoted more government overreach, one state refused completely and, thanks to the leadership of Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida is thriving.
Not letting hysteria control his decisions, DeSantis has been adamant from the beginning on allowing science and facts to guide his path through COVID-19. Now that science has shown that lockdowns, masks, and even the supposed miracle drug did little at stopping the virus, DeSantis explained how those behind the COVID-19 agenda are quickly changing the narrative, hoping to shield themselves from the backlash.
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Focusing on how the science has never changed, only the narrative, Governor DeSantis admitted, “There’s been no change in the underlying science. The ineffectiveness of those policies was apparent long ago. The destructiveness of those policies was apparent long ago.”
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