Laura Loomer has done it again. She caught Ron ‘Never Back Down’ DeSantis trying to hide in his hotel convenience lobby, ya know, where they sell the little snacks and the waters and the tampons and things like that?

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Original article on the DeSantis (and Nikki Haley) calling the cops on Laura Loomer below:

In a recent development that reflects a disdain for independent journalism, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ejected renowned journalist Laura Loomer from his Iowa campaign event. Notably, DeSantis took a similar course of action just hours after former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, did the same during her own event.

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Loomer, a fervent conservative firebrand and independent journalist, shared a video on the social media platform “X” shortly after the incident unfolded. Expressing her frustration, Loomer wrote, “Ron DeSantis called the cops on me and had me removed from his Iowa campaign event tonight, even though I had a ticket!” She further revealed that she had contacted the restaurant, “Whos On 1st,” ahead of time, confirming that it was open to the public, only to be confronted by law enforcement at the event venue.

Loomer had intended to question DeSantis regarding his recent statements about January 6 protesters and the presence of Capitol police in Tampa, Florida. However, instead of addressing these important concerns, DeSantis chose to involve law enforcement, hindering her from asking the questions that many Americans want answers to.

This incident mirrored an earlier episode that occurred during Haley’s event earlier in the day. Loomer, who had valid tickets to attend Haley’s town hall meeting, was unexpectedly approached by two police officers and a member of Haley’s campaign team. In a separate social media post, Loomer shared her disappointment, stating, “Nikki Haley just called the cops on me and had me escorted out of her event, even though her staff had previously let me inside.”

Loomer’s encounters with prominent conservative figures raise concerns about their willingness to engage with challenging voices and support free speech. Despite Haley’s fierce rhetoric against dictators, she appeared to be “triggered” by Loomer’s presence, resorting to involving law enforcement to keep her away.

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy voiced his opinion on the matter, asserting that if Haley cannot handle individuals who challenge her within the United States, she is ill-suited to represent the country abroad.

Loomer’s commitment to journalism remains unwavering, as demonstrated by her attendance at former President Donald Trump’s campaign event earlier that day, where she encountered no issues.

The actions of both DeSantis and Haley illuminate the necessity for robust discussions and the need to uphold the principles of free speech, especially within the conservative movement. By seeking police intervention and silencing conservative journalists, these incidents unwittingly reinforce the notion of weaponized government control.

As we continue to navigate the political landscape, it is crucial to remember the importance of open dialogue and the preservation of constitutional values. The encounters of Laura Loomer shed light on the challenges faced by conservative voices in an era riddled with attempts to stifle dissenting opinions.

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