Florida Sheriff Schools Leftists Moving To Sunny Red State Florida

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd has a message for leftist voters who are fleeing to the state of Florida and vote for the same failed policies from their old state.

The Florida sheriff presented three photos of people out at the beach, enjoying Disney World and out on a boat.

“This is what we enjoy in Florida. This is the Florida we know and love. This is what our governor, our speaker, our [Florida Senate] president, this is what all these law enforcement officers and administrators and sheriffs and police chiefs and their officers do every day. They guarantee an environment where you can come here and have fun,” Sheriff Judd presented.

Sheriff Judd continued with another board of photos, “Heck, you can even have more fun. Here’s another picture. This is the Florida we know and love. We’re a special place and there are millions and millions of people who like to come here. And quite frankly, we like to have them here. So we only want to share one thing as you move in hundreds a day. Welcome to Florida.”

“But don’t register to vote and vote the stupid way you did up north. You’ll get what they got. There’s a reason that this place is fun. There’s a reason why we have a 49-year low crime rate and the same people that don’t think we should have an anti-rioting bill or a rioting bill are the same ones that think we ought to let more people out of prison. And where they’re doing that, as the governor and our speakers have alluded to, crime goes up. But it’s not just crime that goes up. Victimization goes up. The people in those states are hurt and killed and their livelihoods changed and their children are changed. So when I look at this president, I know my children and my grandchildren are safer today than they’ve ever been because of his leadership and the leadership of our speaker and our [Florida Senate] president and the wonderful men and women and the sheriffs that are here,” the sheriff continued.

Sheriff Judd also slammed blue states management that has led to voilent riots that translate into billions in property damage.

The sheriff held up some photos to help people understand what the difference is between a peaceful protest which is encouraged because, ‘it’s the foundation of our country and we want people to peacefully protest when they feel the need,’ Sheriff Judd stated.

Another photo showed people rioting and it ‘will get you locked up before quick in the state of Florida’ the sheriff said. Florida plans to protect the people and also made it clear that people will no longer walk up to someone and harass them at dinner as well.

NPR falsely claimed that ‘Florida Adopts Nation’s Toughest Restrictions On Protests,’ when they even cited the law in their story but not everyone clicks through news headlines. Nothing in the HB1 bill specifies anything against protests.

“The law increases penalties for protesters who block roadways or deface public monuments. It creates a new crime, “mob intimidation.” And it requires that anyone arrested at a protest be denied bail until their first court appearance, likely making for overnight jail stays,” the outlet reported.

HB1 reads, “Authorizing specified elected officials to file an appeal to the Administration Commission if the governing body of a municipality makes a specified reduction to the operating budget of the municipal law enforcement agency; providing that a municipality has a duty to allow the municipal law enforcement agency to respond to a riot or unlawful assembly in a specified manner based on specified circumstances; reclassifying the penalty for an assault committed in furtherance of a riot or an aggravated riot; prohibiting cyberintimidation by publication; prohibiting a person from willfully participating in a specified violent public disturbance resulting in specified damage or injury; creating an affirmative defense to a civil action where the plaintiff participated in a riot.”

HB 1 Signed Into Law By Gov. Ron DeSantis

Earlier today Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed HB 1, “rioting and violence have absolutely no place in Florida and provides protections for the brave men and women who keep out communities safe,” Gov. DeSantis wrote to Twitter.