June 1, 2024

DeSantis says Trump can still vote in Florida despite conviction

Sure, as of right now, Donald J. Trump might be a convicted felon, but that's not going to stop him.

Florida's Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, has said that he will make sure that Donald Trump can vote in his home state in November 2024 despite his felony convictions.

DeSantis wasted no time in contradicting the "experts" who are claiming that "Trump’s conviction on 34 felony counts would make him ineligible to cast a ballot in the state."

The governor has assured Trump's legion of fans that he's NOT going to let that happen.

Maybe if Trump had been legitimately convicted of a crime DeSantis would consider blocking Trump's vote, but the dubious circumstances of the trial means that DeSantis isn't putting much stock into it.

At this point, it seems as if most of America is in total agreement of the "absurd nature" of New York's prosecution of Trump, and DeSantis is going to make sure that his state honors Democracy by accepting the will of the people.

"Given the absurd nature of the New York prosecution of Trump, this would be an easy case to qualify for restoration of rights per the Florida Clemency Board, which I chair," Ron DeSantis said.

Even though Donald Trump was convicted in New York, he votes in Florida, so Florida's relatively strict laws that have made it harder for people convicted of serious crimes to vote could have potentially impacted Trump.

DeSantis heard the concerns though, and he addressed them quickly.

Even though the liberals in New York were more focused on advancing their own agenda instead of achieving justice, Ron DeSantis is going to work as hard as he can to make sure that doesn't happen.

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