What You Won’t Hear From Ron DeSantis’s Fox News Town Hall Tonight

At this point, we know what to expect from Ron DeSantis’s town hall so we wanted to make sure folks know what he won’t mention:

Ron DeSantis is prioritizing culture wars and risking higher taxes for his constituents instead of delivering results. 

Associated Press: “‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill signed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis”

Washington Post: “How Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wages his culture wars”

CBS12: “Changing name of drop boxes will cost taxpayers thousands”

WFTB9: “What would dissolving Disney’s Reedy Creek mean for local taxpayers?… According to lawmakers, though, there is as much as $1 billion in debt on the balance sheets that for which taxpayers would become responsible, possibly amounting to as much as thousands of dollars per household.”

While DeSantis chases his political ambitions across the country, Floridians are facing skyrocketing housing prices, some of the highest health care costs in the country, and now potentially a huge tax increase for hundreds of thousands of Floridians.

CBS News: “Florida is the least affordable place to live in the U.S.”

CBS News: “Meanwhile, with both rents and home values growing at dizzying rates, it makes it that much harder for renters to even consider buying a home.”

NPR: “DeSantis wanted to punish Disney. Repealing its tax status may hurt taxpayers instead”

WUSF: “Study finds employees in Florida pay among the highest rates for health insurance”

DeSantis has created an election police force to continue pushing Trump’s Big Lie despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud. 

CNN: “DeSantis signs bill creating new Florida election police force”

NBC News: “Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Monday to create a police force dedicated to pursuing voter fraud and other election crimes, embracing a top priority of Republicans after former President Donald Trump’s false claims that his re-election was stolen.”

Politico: “Legislators set aside more than $2.6 million and 25 positions for the two agencies.”

Governor Ron DeSantis has also joined Republican extremists across the country in their crusade against abortion rights. 

Washington Post: “Florida Gov. DeSantis signs bill banning abortions after 15 weeks”

Orlando Sentinel: “With no exceptions for rape or incest, most abortions in Florida will be banned after 15 weeks of pregnancy under a bill signed into law by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis in Kissimmee on Thursday.”