Florida is probably the best state to live in the entire Union at this point. Its Governor Ron DeSantis is a veteran who cares about our Constitution and freedom.
That might sound like a simple thing, but in this day and age, it’s miles ahead of most other states, especially blue states, which are being run by corrupt COVID cult bureaucrats who want to shred our founding document.
DeSantis respects our rights and wants prosperity and safety for the nation; that’s why he’s decided to take a big step forward for Florida gun rights.
Moving Florida Forward and Protecting America
Speaking on the weekend, DeSantis said he will support constitutional carry laws once they reach his desk. He’s ready to sign off on the right to self-defense for Floridians.
At this point, constitutional carry needs to get through the Florida House and Senate, but there’s a good chance it will soon. Following that, Florida will be prepared to secure gun rights and a better future for residents.
DeSantis talked about his willingness to sign this into law at a ceremony on Dec. 3 at his governor’s residence. He said “of course” he would put through constitutional carry, if it came to it. DeSantis understands our Constitution guarantees it.
You shouldn’t have to get special authorization to carry or conceal a weapon if you have the right to have a weapon. This should be a given and DeSantis understands that.
— Florida Politics (@Fla_Pol) December 8, 2021
Constitutional Carry is Catching On
Constitutional carry is gaining ground across the country. All states that care about what our Founding Fathers wanted, and about protecting liberty from the clutches of extremist leftists who have taken over our government, are signing it into law.
As of this writing, 21 states have put constitutional carry into law. Already this year, half a dozen states joined the ranks of those who care about liberty and gun rights.
This is good news for all Americans because our goal shouldn’t just be to protect the existing Second Amendment; it should be to ensure that 2A actually lives up to what it was intended for.
We can’t let the left define the terms of this debate.
A cop entered a home in Florida without a search warrant to perform a well-being check, and the occupant, an 88 year old man, pulled a gun on the intruder cop, which he had every right to do, & she shot & killed the old man. That's murder.https://t.co/Q3Njebiw9N
— Edward C. Stengel (@aboogalooz) December 8, 2021
The Constitutional Carry bill, HB103, should move through the state legislative process in the near future. Gun rights should be back on the table in 2022 and there’s no reason everyone who supports the Constitution won’t vote in favor of it.
Support for HB103 is sure to be high, because fortunately, Florida still has lawmakers who care about America and our Founding Fathers. The bottom line here is there is reason to be optimistic for the future.
The Biden regime hasn’t squashed all of America yet, and states like Florida are still shining out as beacons of freedom.