Florida Passed Two Bills That Infuriate White House and Liberals

Get ready for the outrage, my friends.

Actually, duck, because it is already flying.

Florida recently passed two pieces of legislation that have both the White House the liberal horde on edge.

DeSantis Did It

First and foremost, let’s celebrate Disney getting knocked down to a level playing field.

Disney, for years, has enjoyed monumental tax breaks, basically self-governing, to promote tourism in Florida.

The company has since gone rogue on political issues, pushing a woke agenda that has resulted in state politicians demanding the company be held liable.

So, on Wednesday, the Florida state Senate passed a bill which was later signed by DeSantis that will remove those protections after five decades.

It is estimated this will cost Disney about $200 million a year in taxes to the state of Florida.

With many conservatives now boycotting the attraction, however, the tax revenue may not be as high, but Disney will find its top lines sales significantly less this year.

Quite honestly, I would be surprised if the park survives this.

The second big win of the week was the demolition of congressional maps and the approval of the map put forth by Governor DeSantis.

If the new map survives the legal challenges that are sure to come, the GOP should pick up about four seats in the state.

While it is a reason for a quick drink, I would not pop the champagne just yet, as Republicans have had a difficult go in gerrymandering cases this cycle.

Democrats are already crying that this is blatant gerrymandering, so it is only a matter of time before the new map finds its way to the courtroom.

Source: Fox News


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