DeSantis Drops The Hammer

Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida has a new idea for how he’s going to deal with parents who force their children to watch and/or attend sexualized drag queen shows.

Legal charges could be the next step.

Controversy has exploded online recently after a viral video showed an event in the Dallas area in which children watched men dressed as women perform burlesque routines at a bar.

Why were children at a bar?

Why were children watching men dress up in sexy women’s clothing?

Why were children at a burlesque show?

This is wrong on so many levels, and trying to promote this as acceptable is warping the minds of America’s next generations.

DeSantis, a Republican, laid down the law on how he would handle a situation like this in his state, implying legal action.

“That is totally inappropriate. That is not something that children should be exposed to, it’s off-limits – used to be everybody agreed with that.”

“We may have the ability to deal with that if something like that happens,” stated Ron, referring to possible legal action.

Source: Just The News

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