Florida Governor Ron DeSantis isn't a fan of California, and he's made that clear in recent months.
Recently, DeSantis said Florida is "gonna do the opposite of California" and protect doctors who are pursuing "evidence based medicine."
"DeSantis made it clear on Wednesday that Florida will not follow California in the blue state’s pursuit of penalizing doctors who spread what officials consider to be 'false' information on the Chinese coronavirus," reported Breitbart.
"The Golden State’s legislature this week passed a measure seeking to punish doctors who spread what officials deem to be misinformation on the Chinese coronavirus," reported Breitbart.
The New York Times reported, the law "would designate spreading false or misleading medical information to patients as 'unprofessional conduct,' subject to punishment by the agency that licenses doctors, the Medical Board of California."
"Honestly, we may be forced to do that because if you see what they’re trying to do in California, they’re gonna penalize physicians who say something that the government deems to be misinformation now," DeSantis said.
DeSantis continued, saying that it is a "chilling" move, noting how many things regarding the coronavirus and pushed by the medical establishment at one point or another — have proven to be inaccurate.
"Just think about how chilling that is because a lot of the things that have been accurate about Covid for example were once deemed by government bureaucracies to be misinformation," DeSantis said.
"You know, I would say very early on if you’ve recovered from COVID you have protection because of that prior infection, and they would say, 'Oh DeSantis is saying this, experts disagree.' They say the vax has more protection. Nonsense," he said.
"DeSantis pointed to clinical trials showing that those with prior infection had stronger immunity than those who received an mRNA vaccine," reported Breitbart.
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