JUICE—Florida Politics' Juicy Read — 4.5.2022 —Most Floridians Back Parental Rights Law

JUICE—Florida Politics' Juicy Read — 4.5.2022 —Most Floridians Back Parental Rights Law

Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres
April 5, 2022


Floridian’s Support Parental Rights in Education

Another independent poll is showing what many Democrats refuse to accept—Floridians support the Parental Rights in Education law.
“By the largest margin, 87% of Floridians somewhat or strongly agreed that parents have a right to see what curriculum is used in their children's classrooms. An additional 87.4% agreed that curriculum in public schools should be available to anyone interested and totally transparent.”

The media’s ad nauseam coverage of “Don’t Say Gay” gay rights advocates' protest against the law gives the appearance that more people outside of this group oppose the measure Gov. DeSantis just signed into law.
This is not the case.
Think about it. Exactly how many Gay men and women are actually parents in Florida and honesty can give a parents perspective on this issue?


The Russian Threat in our Backyard

As war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine continue to be reported, the Russian threat to the U.S. from South America is very real and growing.

More and more lawmakers like Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Michael Waltz are sounding the alarm over the growing footprint Russian President Vladimir Putin is making in Venezuela.

This is a big problem. READ MORE

Rep. Carlos G Smith-Today, we officially launch our campaign for the newly-drawn HD 37 in Orange + Seminole County! For 6 yrs, I've been a champion for EQUALITY who proudly stood up for the FREEDOM of all Floridians-- not just some.
Annette Taddeo-The road is long. The mountain is high, but I've already beaten the odds time and time again in my life. Together, we can flip Florida and make our state work for everyone! Do you believe in a better Florida?
Commissioner Nikki Fried- We're already seeing the impacts of climate change in Florida w/ sea level rise, harmful algal blooms & extreme weather. The need for #ClimateActionNOW is clear, yet the Florida Legislature failed to act on the bold plan we put forward this past session.
Congressman Charlie Crist-73 years ago, the United States and our allies founded @NATO to preserve the democracy and prevent the horrors of WWII from ever happening again. Today, NATO is as important as it has ever been, working to maintain order and protect the free world!
Congresswoman Kat Cammack-We cannot overstate the devastation that will come from the end to Title 42. It's exactly what immigrants from other countries have been waiting to hear. It's a tacit endorsement of Biden's open border policies. It's only going to get worse. This is the #BidenBorderCrisis.
AG Ashley Moody-Do you know a LEO who goes above and beyond the call of duty? Or someone who shows extraordinary support of law enforcement?
Nominate them for a #BackTheBlue Award!


Val Demings
Val Demings
"Demings Accused of Contributing to 'Border Crisis'" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Given the growing concerns bipartisan lawmakers have shared regarding border crossings, the Biden administration's intention to end “Title 42” has caused an uproar. Title 42 is a pandemic border policy enacted by the Trump administration, which allowed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to deport migrants, citing health concerns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"DeSantis Reminds Voters of 'Disgraceful 60 Minutes hit job'" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is continuing his rivalry with the mainstream media, referencing what he is calling a “manufactured and disgraceful ’60 Minutes’ hit job.” The comments from the Governor come after First Lady Casey DeSantis also directed comments at “the dishonest corporate media.”
"New Poll: Floridians Overwhelmingly Support Parental Rights, Split on CRT" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—While the Parental Rights in Education bill and Stop W.O.K.E. Act passed the Florida legislature in controversy, the average Floridian may disagree with this sentiment. New polling shows that more Floridians are overwhelmingly supportive of parental rights in the classroom.
"Russia’s Increasing Ties With Venezuela Pose National Security Threat to U.S. & Latin Americaby The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—While world leaders fear that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could be just the beginning of a broader military incursion into Eastern Europe, President Vladimir Putin’s next big hostile move could be against the U.S. through Latin America, with his heavy and growing military footprint inside Socialist Venezuela.
"We Will See Many More Venezuelas if China Wins" by Senator Marco Rubio—In 1987, the U.S. government launched a massive anti-drug campaign. One of the most memorable ads featured a sizzling egg and the warning, “This is your brain on drugs.”
"New Florida Capitol Sign Vandalized With 'Say Gay'" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—A new image has emerged on Twitter of the new Florida Capitol sign appearing to be vandalized over the recently signed "Parental Rights in Education" law.
"Rep. Smith Admits Word 'Gay' not in 'Don't Say Gay' law" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Florida Democrats brought all of their opposition to the table when it came to the Parental Rights in Education bill. Republicans have criticized Democrats for "sloganeering" the bill when they dubbed it the "Don't Say Gay" bill. However, State Rep. Carlos G. Smith (D-49) has denied misrepresenting the Parental Rights in Education bill.
"Communications Workers of America Endorse Crist" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Rep. Charlie Crist (D), who’s amassed support from Florida unions, has gained another endorsement in the Communications Workers of America (CWA). The announcement came over the weekend as reports indicate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has a double-digit lead over gubernatorial hopefuls.
"Ashley Moody Endorses Jimmy Patronis in Reelection bid" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—After joining him to endorse Wilton Simpson (R) for Florida Agriculture, Florida’s Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) has now endorsed Florida’s Chief Financial officer Jimmy Patronis (R) in his reelection bid. Both Moody and Patronis have worked together to tackle concerns in Florida concerning fraud and scams.
Sen. Marco Rubio
Sen. Marco Rubio
"Rubio Team Slams Demings’ ‘Dishonesty’ on oil Price" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Numerous concerns including energy independence, skyrocketing gas prices and inflation have dominated the media heading into the 2022 midterm election. Concerns were exasperated when President Joe Biden (D) argued that all of it stems from President Vladmir Putin and his attack on Ukraine.
"State Says Redistricting Case Should Be Put On Hold" by News Service of Florida—TALLAHASSEE — With lawmakers heading into a special legislative session this month, Secretary of State Laurel Lee is asking a federal court to put on hold a case that argues judges should set Florida’s new congressional districts.
"DeSantis Continues to Champion his 'Family First' Agenda in Florida" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—While the Florida First agenda that Gov. Ron DeSantis has put forth since taking office has catapulted the state’s profile across the nation, the Family First initiative, which includes his Parental Rights in Education law, he has also championed has set Florida apart from the other states.
"House Republicans Introduce “Tax Free Social Security” Bill First " by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Republicans across the country are praising Rep. Thomas Massie’s ‘Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act (H.R.6590)’ after the bill’s filing in early February 2022.
"DeSantis Announces 'Sweet Florida' New Song" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has announced the release of "Sweet Florida" from Florida natives Johnny Van Zant and Donnie Van Zant, who co-wrote and released their new single.
"Senator Taddeo Vows to Continue Fighting Against Parental Rights Bill" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—After Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed the Parental Rights in Education bill into law, much of the resistance stopped. However, State Senator Annette Taddeo (D-40) has vowed to continue to fight against the bill that has now become law.
"Activist Lawmaker Calls DeSantis a QAnon Conspiracy Theorist" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—As the controversial issue of allowing Transgendered individuals to compete in women’s sports and use female-only facilities, gay rights activists across the nation continue to push the narrative that Republicans like Gov. Ron DeSantis are QAnon conspiracy theorists, and are against gay and transgendered children.
"Wasserman Schultz Says Judge Brown Jackson 'More Than Qualified'" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—As the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson came to an end, Democratic lawmakers like Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz were quick to point out just how qualified they believed Judge Brown Jackson was to sit on the highest court in the land.
"Rubio Questions SBA Over PPP Backlog" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R), a proponent of the Payment Protection Program (PPP) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is questioning the Small Business Association (SBA) over a backlog of program applications.
'Rubio, Sabatini Comment On Democratic Covid Pandemic Ideology" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich —According to U.S. census data used in an article by Axios, the three counties that saw the largest number of people leave were L.A. County, New York County, and Cook County, Illinois (including Chicago). This all occurred during the height of the pandemic (July 2020 – July 2021).
"Clowdus Backs DeSantis, Condemns False 'Don't Say Gay' Media Narrative" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—Conservative Republican and Florida First candidate Brian Clowdus, who is running for the Florida House of Representatives in District 6 this election cycle, has come out swinging in support of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his Florida First, Family First legislative agenda.
"Simpson Dubbed 'Workhorse' in new Campaign Ad" by The Floridian's Daniel Molina—Wilton Simpson (R), President of the Florida Senate and candidate for the Agriculture Commissioner position, has released a new advertisement touting President Donald Trump’s (R) endorsement and calling him a "workhorse." The advertisement comes after Army veteran Chuck Nadd (R) announced his intention to run for the post.
"DeSantis Touts Continued job Growth in Florida" by The Floridian's Jim McCool—Today, Governor DeSantis (R-FL) updated the state on Florida's economic development. Florida saw jobs added for the 22nd consecutive month as the unemployment rate continued to fall.
"Congressional Race Gets Ugly Republican Congressional Primary Race in Florida Getting Ugly" by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres—When former NRA president Marion Hammer sent out an email condemning a political mailing that she alleged looked like one of the gun rights giant customary mailings, little did she know that it would fuel the budding Republican congressional primary feud between former Combat veteran Cory Mills and Rep. Anthony Sabatini?
"Mast Calls Out Biden for "Failures" in the Middle East" by The Floridian's Jackson Bakich—“Heartbreaking consequences of Joe Biden’s failures for girls who have grown up in a free society," stated Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) in response to a tweet to the headline by The Hill. The report shares that the Taliban is stopping education for girls above the 6th grade.



The JUICE is squeezed by The Floridian's Javier Manjarres, Daniel Molina, and Jim McCool

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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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