G. McConway
January 14, 2023

FL Coast Guard Requests Help Moments After White House Accusation

Governor Ron DeSantis made a move this week that got shredded by the Biden White House.

DeSantis activated National Guard to help with the surge of immigrants they are seeing coming in from the coast.

The White House called it a political stunt, only the Coast Guard did not get the message.

Sorry, Joe

After DeSantis had activated the National Guard, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre lashed out, stating, "We have seen Governor DeSantis do political stunts. That is how he perceives to fix this issue from Florida, we're talking about people coming from countries who are dealing with political strife, who are dealing with issues where they're trying to find asylum. And he treats them like pawns.

"So we have called that out, over and over again. And we will continue to do that."

She would seen be served those words on a plate with some humble pie.

The ink had not even dried on KJP's statement when the Coast Guard sent a request to DeSantis…

Ron DeSantis took no time at all to clap back at the administration, even stating that the state would pick up the cost of migrant boats landing on their property since the current law puts the onus of removing the boat on the landowner…

When DeSantis was asked about the activation and the White House response, he stated, "Well I think it's because the Coast Guard actually requested the state's assistance to handle all of these vessels coming.

"But what I think we've done, and we've been very aggressive across the board, at mitigating the damage from Biden's disastrous border policy."

Without even trying, Biden is creating a formidable presidential opponent in Ron DeSantis. Honestly, I don't think the man has made a misstep since taking office in 2018.

Source: Fox News

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