Gov. Ron DeSantis Shuns Elite Agendas While Pointing Out His Policy Victories In Heated Speech

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) gave a fiery speech where he pointed out his major policy victories at the National Conservatism Conference in Miami, Florida.

One of the main staples of the speech was when the Republican leader detailed resisting pressure from elites to take his state into a “woke” direction.

The mainstream media has relentlessly criticized the governor’s policies regarding COVID-19 and not following lockdowns and guidelines recommended by the CDC. Another contentious decision was DeSantis’ restriction of public schools being a hub for woke ideologies and sexual agendas being pushed on students.

The governor’s hour-long speech highlighted the elites’ push to take complete control of Americans’ lives and the false narratives being exposed.

“We rejected the elites and we were right … not only were they wrong about [closing] schools, the elites were wrong about lockdowns, they were wrong about epidemiological models and hospitalization models, they were wrong about forced masking, they were wrong when they rejected the existence of natural immunity, they were wrong about the efficacy of the mRNA vaccines, and they were wrong when — and I said this — that COVID was seasonal, and now they admit it,” DeSantis said.

For the first time in the state’s history, Florida has more registered Republicans than Democratic voters. This is despite huge numbers of blue state residents flocking to the state.

Unlike many other states, DeSantis stopped private businesses from discriminating against unvaccinated workers. He also refused to implement harsh business shutdowns that harmed economies throughout the country.

He pushed the idea that the federal government needs to protect workers against corporate interest, which seeks to impose unfair mandates and left-winged agendas. Taking a slightly controversial stance, DeSantis warned Republicans not to blindly support private businesses being able to do whatever they please.

“Corporatism is not the same as free enterprise, and I think too many Republicans have viewed limited government to basically mean whatever is best for corporate America is how we want to do the economy,” he said.

“My view is, obviously free enterprise is the best economic system, but that is a means to an end. It’s a means to having a good and fulfilling life and a prosperous society. It’s not an end in and of itself,” DeSantis said. “The United States is a nation that has an economy, not the other way around, and our economy should be geared for helping our own people.”

DeSantis has shown strong leadership in the face of massive pushback, and his track record shows a tested plan for other political leaders to follow to create a free and prosperous state.

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