DeSantis Suspends Prosecutor for Refusing to Prosecute Violations of Florida’s 15-Week Abortion Ban


Governor Ron DeSantis announced Thursday the suspension of state attorney Andrew Warren, arguing that the “Soros-backed” official has repeatedly claimed he would refuse to pursue cases related to the state’s 15-week abortion ban and laws prohibiting sex reassignment surgery. prohibiting minors.

“We are suspending Soros-backed state attorney Andrew Warren from the 13th Circuit for neglecting his duties as he vows not to enforce the laws of the state,” DeSantis’s office said in a statement.

Calling the Florida Constitution to give him the right to suspend the state attorney, the governor added, “We will not allow this pathogen of ignoring the law to gain a foothold in the state of Florida. “

DeSantis alleges that Warren signed letters stating that he “would not enforce any laws regarding the protection of the right to life in the State of Florida.”

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DeSantis Suspends Prosecutor Because He Believes He Is Above The Law

Aside from not enforcing laws related to abortion restrictions in the Sunshine State, the left-wing state attorney would turn a blind eye to those related to gender surgery.

β€œIn June 2021, [Warren] signed a letter stating that he would not enforce a ban on gender reassignment surgery for minors,” DeSantis accused.

The Daily Mail reports that Warren “also refused to prosecute 67 Black Lives Matter activists arrested in June 2020 at a protest in Tampa that turned violent over anger over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.”

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“The state attorney for this judicial circuit, Andrew Warren, has publicly put himself above the law,” DeSantis said.

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Warren responds to ‘political stunt’

Warren responded to his suspension by calling the move a “political stunt” and suggesting that his popular election gives him the right to choose which laws he enforces.

“Today’s political stunt is an illegal overdraft that continues a dangerous pattern of Ron DeSantis using his office to further his own political ambition,” he said in a statement.

“It spits in the face of the Hillsborough County voters who twice elected me to serve them, not Ron DeSantis.”

Of course, rogue left-wing prosecutors held accountable for refusing to enforce laws created controversy, as DeSantis press secretary Christina Pushaw predicted.

Pushaw noted prior to the announcement that the following move by Governor DeSantis: would certainly lead to “the liberal media meltdown of the year.”

And the meltdown came to fruition.

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Political commentator Nathan Schneider took the very rarely used leftist tactic of comparing DeSantis to Hitler.

“American Nazism,” he tweeted. “Germans who opposed Hitler were also considered the enemy.”

Schneider’s parents must immediately attend the high school or college he attended and demand that their tuition or tax dollars be refunded immediately. Their son is an example of the failing education system, and he doesn’t even try to hide it.

Others were always a little less on the nose with their criticisms, but you could feel them still melting inside.

Joe Scarborough called DeSantis a “narcotic.”

“Ron DeSantis is such a dope. He didn’t even wait for action to be taken, and he’s doing the same thing as these freaks, insurgents and lunatics,” said MSNBC’s resident dope.

Always defiant and unconcerned about liberal media figures like Scarborough, DeSantis appeared with TAUT News’ Tucker Carlson to further justify his suspension of Warren.

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He accused Soros-funded lawyers of trying to β€œchange the criminal justice system through non-enforcement,” something we all saw during the 2020 race riots.

“It undermines the idea that ours should be a government of laws, not a government of individual men,” he added.

Carlson pointed out that despite all the talk about the end of democracy in this country, DeSantis was just making an effort to protect it.

“When a prosecutor decides which laws are valid and which are not, that is the most fundamental undermining of democracy and Andrew Warren has done that for six years,” he said.

DeSantis appointed Hillsborough County Court Judge Susan Lopez to replace Warren while his office works to have him replaced permanently.

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