Posted originally on the Conservative tree house on April 22, 2022 | Sundance
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs today: (1) the new FL congressional map that creates four new GOP leaning districts; (2) a bill to remove Disney’s special districting exemption status; and (3) the “Stop Woke Act,” a bill banning discrimination, woke indoctrination and Critical Race Theory in schools, universities, and corporations.
Do not miss the context for these events today, because both the venue and the participants tell a story. The public event was held in Hialeah Gardens, Florida, a predominantly Latino community. Standing alongside DeSantis was Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez and a host of Latino political officials.
All of the sentiment surrounding the Disney gender and sexuality confrontation, in combination with the Woke Act effort, are widely supported by the Hispanic and Latino communities in Florida. Traditional family values are strong in the Latino community. This has been an ongoing issue for the Democrat Party overall, and in 2022 the leftists in the party have ostracized the overwhelming majority of the Latino vote. WATCH:
FLORIDA – “No one should be instructed to feel as if they are not equal or shamed because of their race,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “In Florida, we will not let the far-left woke agenda take over our schools and workplaces. There is no place for indoctrination or discrimination in Florida.”
“By signing this legislation, which is the first in the nation to end corporate wokeness and Critical Race Theory in our schools, we are prioritizing education not indoctrination,” said Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez. “We will always fight to protect our children and parents from this Marxist-inspired curriculum.” (Press Release)
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Additionally, while confronting the leftist ideology of Disney Corp, the Florida governor said the company was aiming to “inject sexuality” into its content, and he was not “comfortable having that type of agenda getting special treatment in my state.” “That partnership that developed early on with Walt Disney — I don’t think Walt would appreciate what’s going on with this company right now,” DeSantis said. “I’m sorry.”