Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs New Anti-Riot Bill

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Ron DeSantis has done it again! The governor of Florida just signed a bill into law that aims at cracking down on violent protests and combats “public disorder.”

The law went into effect immediately.

The bill, which covers 61 pages, makes several changes to Florida criminal and administrative law, and will:

  • Make it more difficult for cities and counties to reduce funding for law enforcement, allowing local elected officials to challenge those budget decisions, and giving the state power to approve or amend the local budget
  • Allow those local governments to be sued if they fail to stop a riot
  • Define “riot” as a violent public disturbance involving 3 or more people acting with common intent resulting in injury to others, damage to property, or the imminent danger of injury or damage
  • Enhance penalties for people who commit crimes during a riot
  • Create a new second-degree felony called an “aggravated riot,” which occurs when the riot has more than 25 participants, causes great bodily harm or more than $5,000 in property damage, uses or threatens to use a deadly weapon, or blocks roadways by force or threat of force

You might be asking yourself why other governors have not done this. Think about it…



Trump may intervene in case of St. Louis couple wielding guns at protesters, Missouri governor said

A couple draws their firearms on protestors as they enter their neighborhood during a protest against St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. June 28, 2020, in this picture obtained from social media. (Reuters)

July 15, 2020

By Vandana Rambaran|Fox News


The St. Louis couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who were victimized by angry mobs of “protestors,” are now being penalized for protecting their home and their right to bear arms. An investigation led by St. Louis city prosecutor, Kim Gardner, is vehemently trying to take away the couple’s constitutional rights. Specifically their right to bear arms, and the right to protect their home under the Castle doctrine. She has launched an investigation into the June incident involving the executed search warrant at the couple’s home. During the search, the husband’s rifle had also reportedly been seized illegally.

President Trump has stated the way this couple has been treated is “disgraceful.” Our commander-in-chief plans on getting involved and hopefully justice shall be served…



‘Back the Blue’ rally for law enforcement set for Tampa on Saturday


June 11, 2020


As we see protests and police bashing popping up all around the country, we are pleased to tell you about a rally that supports law enforcement. Talk of defunding the police, based on the disgusting behavior of a couple of individuals is absurd and reckless.

Kristen Krutz is the organizer for this rally which be held in Tampa on Saturday, June 13, 2020. It is scheduled to begin at 11am at Tampa Police Department’s District 1 headquarters located at 3818 W Tampa Bay Blvd. People are encouraged to wear blue and make signs and cards for our officers.



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