Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Criticizes Biden on COVID-19
Headline Roundup August 5th, 2021
On Wednesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) said he will "stand in the way" of President Joe Biden and any COVID-19 rules that would restrict Floridians' freedoms or hurt local businesses. DeSantis argued that Biden is wrong to require Americans to follow coronavirus restrictions while allowing immigrants who may have COVID-19 to enter the United States.
According to the New York Times (Lean Left bias), Florida is averaging over 17,000 new COVID-19 cases per day, the highest infection rate the state has experienced during the pandemic. The average number of daily COVID-19 related deaths in Florida is currently increasing, but remains well below its pandemic peak.
Florida’s governor is sounding off about President Joe Biden’s criticism of his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, even as his state is shattering hospitalisation records.
Ron DeSantis responded to several comments from both Mr Biden and members of the White House press team, who have aimed criticism at his state and others where rates of Covid-19 are surging and vaccination rates are low.
"Joe Biden has taken to himself to single out Florida over Covid-19,” Mr DeSantis claimed at a news conference, according to local media.
Joining a chorus of Republicans...
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