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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), hosting a roundtable discussion at a monoclonal antibody treatment site in Miami that was forced to close due to the Biden administration’s actions, explained why the administration’s decision to prohibit the treatments was “fundamentally wrong,” concluding that “this is a lesson as to why you should not have the government controlling medicine in this country.

“What they could have said is anyone who’s got appointments for the next five days can be honored or maybe they could say two weeks from now,” DeSantis said of the decision of U.S. federal health regulators, which resulted in thousands of Floridians having their appoints canceled “abruptly without notice.”

The governor explained further:

I still wouldn’t have liked that. But man, to leave people hanging the way they have — it’s really, really problematic. So we’re very much opposed to the way — particularly the [way] thousands of Floridians who were in the system waiting to get treatment — for them to wake up to an email saying that these treatments are now prohibited and tough luck, go take an aspirin. That’s just fundamentally wrong. That is not the way you treat people in this country.

DeSantis called the administration’s decision “rash” and “not keeping with the way you do clinical data.”


The decision, he said, was based on data — which was not even from a clinical study — suggesting treatments are not effective against the omicron variant. But DeSantis noted the absurdity of that position, as they know the treatments are “great” against the delta variant, prompting him to ask why officials would take treatment out of play for other variants, which are not “100 percent done.”

“You have no way of knowing exactly, you know, what percentage is delta, and the CDC has been wrong about that,” he said, noting their modeling “is not necessarily something you’d hang your hat on.”

DeSantis said the treatment should be an option for people, particularly high-risk patients, as you do not necessarily know the strain with the initial positive test and onset of symptoms. “So that alone” makes the decision to prohibit the treatment questionable, the Republican governor added, noting that the study was not even a clinical trial done on humans. Officials should have instead presented the lab study and let doctors and patients make the decision, he said.

“This is a lesson as to why you should not have the government controlling medicine in this country,” DeSantis added.

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Ron DeSantis Signs Measure Outlawing Protests Outside of Floridians Homes: Sending Unruly Mobs Is Inappropriate

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Monday signed legislation outlawing protests outside of Floridians’ homes — a move made in the wake of activists protesting in front of the homes of Supreme Court justices, forcing some of them, such as Justice Samuel Alito, to move to undisclosed locations.

DeSantis signed HB 1571, which explicitly prohibits picketing and protesting outside of an individual’s place of residence.

“It is unlawful for a person to picket or protest before or about the dwelling of any person with the intent to harass or disturb that person in his or her dwelling,” the bill’s text reads.

It instructs law enforcement to first approach the violators and “command any person picketing or protesting before or about the dwelling of a person to immediately and peaceably disperse.”

If they refuse, officers can arrest the violators, who could face a second-degree misdemeanor.

“Sending unruly mobs to private residences, like we have seen with the angry crowds in front of the homes of Supreme Court justices, is inappropriate,” DeSantis said in a statement, adding that the bill will “provide protection to those living in residential communities.”

The measure follows incidents where activists gathered outside the homes of select Supreme Court justices over the leaked draft of a majority court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade. The draft, reportedly penned by Justice Samuel Alito, states that “it is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”

According to reports, Justice Alito, specifically, has moved to an undisclosed location for his own safety as radical leftists continue in their attempts to intimidate and bully the justices over their consideration of overturning the 1973 decision, handing the issue back to the states.

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