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.
LGBTQ activists have already filed lawsuits to counter the law Gov. Ron DeSantis signed, and Progressive lawmakers like Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (D) are at the tip of the spear.
While gay activists like Rep. Smith oppose the law, the majority of Floridians, both Republican, and Democrat, support the measure.
“First of all, the bill is the right thing to do. Second, I think the Democrat response is dumb because I've talked to rank and file Democrats who are not in an elected position and they agree with governor DeSantis they agree with the Republican legislature,” said Rep. Byron Donalds in an interview with The Floridian this past week.
A recent poll conducted this past week confirms Donalds' claim that Democrats support the measure.
Rep.Donalds asserts that the only people who support teachers talking to children about “gender fluidity and sexual identity” the “very radical, adding that Equality Florida, a group that pushes an LGBTQ agenda, was “quite radical.”
A friend saw this and sent it to me this afternoon. Someone scuffed “Say Gay” on the Florida Capitol sign. They said they could rub it off when they touched it, it’s not marker or spray paint. #hb1557 #parentalrightsineducation #DontSayGay @TDOnline pic.twitter.com/iaRcznKBgq
— Ana Goñi-Lessan (@goni_lessan) April 3, 2022