JUICE — Florida Politics' Juicy Read — 3.10.2021 — Gaetz vs DeSantis — Big Tech Issue — Rubio, DeSantis, Sabatini — More...

JUICE — Florida Politics' Juicy Read — 3.10.2021 — Gaetz vs DeSantis — Big Tech Issue — Rubio, DeSantis, Sabatini — More...

Big Tech is A Problem

Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres
March 10, 2021

Big Tech Legislation 2.0

With Big Tech continuing to cancel anything or anyone remotely affiliated or promoting President Donald Trump, all the buzz in Florida continues to be Gov. Ron DeSantis’ support for Rep. Blaise Ingoglia’s bill to hold social media companies accountable.

While the bill seems to cover all the bases, a key detail appears to be missing.

Will the state legislators insert an amendment to the bill that would mandate the restoration of access to social media platforms for individual candidates that have been previously banned?

While Rep. Anthony Sabatini’s HB 33 goes a lot further in that it looks to protect all website users in Florida, Rep. Ingoglia’s bill needs to be tweaked a bit. READ MORE about Sabatini’s bill.


Border Crisis

President Joe Biden’s recently minted ‘Welcome to America Amigos, just cross on over’ immigration policy going into effect, thousands of illegal aliens have accepted the president’s call for amnesty and are crushing CBP services along the U.S.-Mexico border.

So what is Biden doing?

He’s caging kids and locking illegal aliens up in those dastardly “concentration camps” that former President Donald Trump was criticized for using. Remember, during the Obama-Biden administration, these cages and internment camps were built. READ MORE


Gaetz vs. DeSantis?

Chances are that Rep. Matt Gaetz, who has presidential aspirations of his own, doesn’t primary challenge Gov. Ron DeSantis if the popular governor decides to run for president in 2024, but it could happen. The two are amigos in politics, but so were Senator Marco Rubio and former Governor Jeb Bush. Politics is ego-driven, so considering that all politicians have issues getting their over-inflated heads through the door, I say all bets are off with any political race. READ MORE


Marco Rubio @marcorubio -50% of schools are still closed. Many others still only partially open. And Biden “experts” misinterpret science research to issue absurd guidelines.I will be asking @CDC for answers on this today

U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy @RepStephMurphy-The decision by @POTUS to designate Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status for at least the next 18 months is absolutely necessary, but it must be part of a broader American strategy to address the tragedy that is unfolding in Venezuela as a result of the Maduro regime

Nikki Fried @nikkifried-It didn’t have to be this bad in Florida.

(But it's not so bad in Florida. It's sunny, COVID cases are down, the state is open for business, you are allowed to spout out baseless accusations)

Rep. Mike Beltran (R-Lithia) and Litigator @MBeltranFL - am so excited to announce that my Bill, HB 1523, Corporate Espionage, has passed out of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Subcommittee. I look forward to seeing that this Bill becomes law. We will protect Florida's intellectual property.

ᴊᴀꜱᴏɴ ᴘɪᴢᴢᴏ @senpizzo-COVID death rate in our prisons is about 80% higher, than outside. Not one single vaccine has been offered to Florida inmates. No 65 year olds. No 70 year olds. No 75 year olds. No one.


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Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist and Publisher of Floridianpress.com, Hispolitica.com, shark-tank.com, and Texaspolitics.com He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking. Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Follow on Twitter: @JavManjarres Email him at Diversenewmedia@gmail.com

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