I Wasn’t Bullying Kids I Told to Take Off Their Masks – Just Worried People Would Think I Told Them to Wear Them


Gov. Ron DeSantis has built a far right-wing anti-vaxx, anti-mask, anti-“CRT,” anti-LGBTQ, anti-abortion, anti-“elite” and so-called “free speech” empire in Florida, never worrying about public perception and in fact actually touting his anti-institutionalist policies.

But the Sunshine state’s Republican governor apparently was very concerned that Americans would think he ordered high school students – minors he was using as a backdrop to promote a new education initiative – to wear face masks.

DeSantis has all but waged war against face masks, especially for school children, despite dozens of studies proving they lower the risk of coronavirus contagion.

On Wednesday DeSantis was so concerned about public perception he told a group of high school kids to remove their masks.

He says he only did, so no one would think he ordered them to wear them.

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