G. McConway
September 23, 2022

Florida Democrat Says DeSantis Broke the Law with Migrant Stunt

They are coming at Governor DeSantis with both barrels right now.

A hack attorney already seeking a class action status has a case against DeSantis for flying migrants out of Texas.

State Sen. Jason Pizzo, a Democrat, however, is going a bit further.

Broke the Law

Pizzo claims that Governor DeSantis actually broke a law that he signed.

He stated, "This is very clear and straightforward.

"The governor had legislators carry and pass bills that were designed to suit his agenda and that he subsequently signed into law.

"And even with that completely privileged position, he still can't comply with the law.

"He set the rules for the game and then he can't follow them."

Taryn Fenske, DeSantis' communications director, is saying this is much ado about nothing.

Fenske stated, "Senator Pizzo never misses an opportunity for his 15 minutes of fame and is challenging an action on an appropriation he voted for."

Devin Galletta, communications director for the Florida Department of Financial Services, added, "Senator Pizzo, along with Minority Leader Lauren Book, voted for the $12 million appropriation to relocate migrants.

"Now that the law that they voted for is being implemented, and shedding light on the border crisis, Pizzo and Book have gone to their same old handbook, and hired a Democratic operative attorney to go after the executive branch for following the law.

"We are in receipt of the filing and we are currently exploring options for sanction and/or countersuit measures."

Source: Fox News

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