Ron DeSantis has become public enemy number one for the Democrats.
Liberals in the media smear him every chance they get.
But one liberal comic made a confession about DeSantis that will leave you speechless
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis just got a surprising endorsement.
Real Time host Bill Maher made a jaw-dropping admission about DeSantis during a podcast interview with libertarian commentator Dave Rubin.
The two discussed the nonsense of the COVID regime, and Maher said, “If California says I have to take shots and DeSantis says I don’t…hello, Florida. That’s what I’ll say about DeSantis.”
Despite screeching from the media, DeSantis’s evidence-based approach to handling the pandemic has been spot-on.
Many Democrat politicians have been caught vacationing in Florida while their states remained locked down.
Maher has been one of the loudest opponents of lockdowns and forced vaccines on the left.
He argued that it was absurd for young and healthy people to be cooped up inside indefinitely, and he routinely said that Democrats were being manipulated by fear-mongering in the press.
Maher also inadvertently made a pro-life argument during the discussion.
He argued, “Now you’ve hit on the one raw nerve with me on this issue that could make me go to Florida or anywhere else. And that’s COVID and their overreaction in my view and their limited ability to understand that—please, look, I want to be a team player, but you can’t get inside my body. That has to be my decision.”
Rubin then replied, “Remember when they were for ‘my body, my choice’? Wasn’t that them?”
That’s when Maher explained, “That’s an unfair analogy because we’re talking about a different life that’s not my life, okay? I am pro-choice, but I’ve always said I totally understand their side and I don’t like it when they say, ‘Oh, they just hate women.’ They don’t hate women. They think it’s murder.”
Maher distinguished between being against forced vaccinations and the pro-abortion argument that pro-lifers want to “control women’s bodies” or some such nonsense.
Maher continued, “This is my body. This is my body, my health, and to pretend that you have enough information—with all the things they’ve been wrong about. That’s the one area where I could see having to decamp…and that would be a terrible thing in this country, where you can’t live in the state you want to live in because of some government policy about medicine.”
California is losing residents in large numbers.
For the first time in state history, California has had net negative migration out of the state, and it has now happened two years in a row.
Many Californians like Rubin have moved their businesses to the free state of Florida.
If liberals aren’t careful, they will drive away people like Bill Maher for good.
There’s only so much people will take before they refuse to have their liberties taken away.
Deep-blue states have pushed many people to the edge.