Florida Gov Ron DeSantis Declines ‘The View’ Offer

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declined a request to appear on “The View,” claiming the hosts were simply too biassed to treat him fairly. Bryan Griffin, the deputy press secretary, stated in a statement shared on Twitter on Tuesday that a programme that once referred to DeSantis as a “homicidal sociopath” might not be able to have a thoughtful conversation with the governor. He questioned in a response he submitted to the show, “Are the hosts of the View truly interested in hearing from Gov. DeSantis about all the vital work he is doing on behalf of Floridians to safeguard their health and livelihood, to stand up for parents and children, and to preserve freedom?

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Griffin tweeted on Friday that the show would be “proud” to host Desantis. Griffin, however, also provided a sample of earlier criticisms of DeSantis by programme hosts in the reply note to the show. Which of the following claims made by the View hosts would you advise our staff to take into account when determining if the interview will be a sincere effort to find the truth? Griffin composed. According to the complaint, Sunny Hostin referred to DeSantis as a “fascist and a racist” in June. In addition, Joy Behar referred to DeSantis as a “homicidal maniac” who was infatuated with his “white nationalist” following in August 2021, citing the less restrictive COVID-19 guidelines.

Hostin and Ana Navarro both accused him of being unfriendly to black people, women, and the LGBTQ community earlier this year on different occasions. The DeSantis administration complained last week about a Miami restaurant for holding drag shows in front of young patrons. The choice, according to Navarro, goes against the governor’s notion of “parental choice.” Should a 5-year-old attend a drag show, in my opinion? You know what, though? Why in the heck can’t you support parental choice regarding whether or not you take your child to a drag show if you support parental choice when it comes to your child wearing a mask to school, learning about slavery, and learning the true history of our country?

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