Governor DeSantis Puts a Serious Hurt on His Career
Recent events have kept Florida Governor Ron DeSantis extremely busy. He issued an order only recently instructing state schools to disregard President Biden’s gender rules, and he continues to fight against the woke agenda of the radical left.
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This involves taking action against those individuals who refuse to comply with the laws of the state. In light of this, the Governor was quick to react when a state attorney said that he would not be prosecuting particular legislation that protects the unborn. It was made quite clear by DeSantis that one must obey the law regardless of who they are or whether or not they agree with it.
State Attorney Andrew Warren, who serves the 13th Judicial Circuit, issued a statement declaring publicly that he will never bring criminal charges against anyone for providing abortions. This is a flagrant violation of the law that prohibits abortion in the state. The statement was made by Warren not long after the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade and shortly after Florida approved legislation that outlawed some types of abortions though not all
The response from Governor DeSantis to this defiance of the law came quickly when it was brought to his attention. And he had no intention of letting Warren off the hook with a simple reprimand either. According to the leader of the Florida Republican Party, Warren put himself publicly above the law, and he added that the people of Florida do not elect people to have veto power of what the entire state decides on these important issues.
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The bottom line is that because Warren is a lawyer, you are obligated to comply with the law to the letter because he is watching you. Your own private convictions are not supposed to play a role in this discussion. Specifically, DeSantis cited a public statement that Warren had signed, which stated that he and other prosecutors won’t use their resources to “criminalize reproductive health decisions.” DeSantis criticized Warren for signing the statement.
The Governor of Florida referred to this as an open and notorious repudiation and nullification of Florida law, and he stated that as a result, Warren can no longer be trusted to fulfill his oath of office. Those people whose personal beliefs they brought into their work lives are now confronting the consequences of that decision. An employee, for instance, who opted not to go to work because he was in mourning over the Roe v. Wade decision learned this lesson the hard way: he was terminated from his position.
The overwhelming counterattack from pro-choice liberals, who have been on the offensive since the monumental decision by the Supreme Court, will not be stopped by this, however. They feel as though they have been deprived of a constitutional privilege. Despite this, the legislation in Florida has not been altered as a result of this, and DeSantis has made his stance very plain. In a courtroom, once you take an oath to uphold the law, you lose the ability to pick and choose which laws you will really enforce.