If there is one thing that can be proven by spiteful, jealous people, it would be the clear resentment of someone else who clearly embodied the logic, poise, and persona that make them naturally likeable and agreeable to someone else.
In the case of Ron DeSantis, a close Trump ally and a vastly more effective governor than Cuomo, Whitmer, and Newsome could ever hope to be, he is presently under nonstop assault from the media, from engaging in everyday, ordinary activities to passing reasonable ordinances regarding COVID in the State of Florida.
Curiously, the State of Florida also happens to remain one of the most business-friendly states in the nation, even attracting the likes of Goldman Sachs and other major business entities away from Manhattan-style regulation (coupled with the odds of having corporate buildings destroyed for “reparations”).
Goldman Sachs, perhaps the most prominent case in recent news, illuminates how New York has simply become unsustainable … for the American worker. Belong to BLM? No problem. Antifa? Even better. Homeless? Don’t worry, a hotel will be provided.
As for the American worker? Well …
Needless to say, businesses have fled from California to Texas to have greater business freedom, and the same pattern is starting to take place across Florida as well.
What does the fake news media do? Well, rather than scrutinize the policies of governors such as Newsome and Cuomo, or the governors of the states that are losing their populations en masse, the fake news media apparently thinks it is the best to just attack Ron DeSantis instead.
First it was the masking at the Super Bowl (wouldn’t the mask police be the ultimate buzzkill?), and now, apparently it is criticism of the way that DeSantis has established his COVID vaccination policies.
DeSantis has clearly prioritized certain populations within Florida as best positioned for the COVID vaccination, including the elderly as well as several Holocaust survivors. Apparently, the media took a serious issue with that, including a reporter, Cory Siemaszko, who shredded Biden’s gun control policies.
“Florida’s governor was slow to respond to the pandemic and his Covid-19 vaccine distribution plan has been marked by chaos, but critics say he’s been quick to recognize the political gold in those precious doses. Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, ignored federal guidelines and prioritized getting senior citizens — one of Florida’s most potent voting blocs — vaccinated first …
When Holocaust survivors and Cuban survivors of the Bay of Pigs debacle — revered members of two other key Florida voting blocs — got their first shots, DeSantis made sure he was there for the news conferences. And now the governor stands accused of using the Covid-19 vaccine to reward powerful political supporters and developers by setting up pop-up vaccination sites in planned communities they developed and where GOP voters predominate.” [Source: Town Hall]
So, in other words, Mr. Siemaszko, along with the remainder of likeminded liberals, apparently believe that providing elderly citizens with early access to the vaccine. Mind you, the CDC is always droning on about the most vulnerable within populations.
And what is the serious issue with elderly receiving the vaccine first? Well, apparently it is because senior citizens are “one of Florida’s most potent voting blocks.”
In other words, the fake news media is literally fixating on indivdiauls’ potential political persuasions before they become vaccinated. Rather remarkable, considering that COVID vaccinations should not be politically polarizing. Then again, with the Democrats, everything is politically polarizing.
What is particularly disturbing about the commentary above is the focus on “Cuban survivors” and “Holocaust survivors,” namely how the are “revered members of two other key Florida voting blocs.”
In other words, voting brought up, again. Not sure it is possible to link voting to vaccines so repeatedly, but someone the left manages to excel in doing so. One can only hope that the fake news learns sooner rather than later that criticizing a Holocaust survivor receiving the vaccine exhibits extraordinarily poor taste …