COVID Limitations Will Return After Midterms, DeSantis Asserts

Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, said on Friday some leftists might reinstate COVID-19 restrictions after the November midterm elections, “if they think they’re important.”

DeSantis made the remarks Friday in Doral, Florida, at an Expand American Energy forum.

“As soon as those elections are concluded, they will impose mandates if they see it necessary. They’ll arrange constraints,” DeSantis stated.

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DeSantis projected that blue states would reinstate restrictions in the winter of 2022.

“There is nothing wrong with performing an individual computation. That is acceptable. We strongly advise you to do so.”

“However, it is unethical to dictate and limit individuals, which will occur. I promise that any of those individuals here in the winter of 2022 will witness it occur,” he stated.

“The only way to prevent it is to have a good, huge, red wave. Thus, we shall see,” he concluded.

The tough sentiments come on the heels of DeSantis’ declaration on Wednesday that this state will no longer host pandemic theater, stating, “There is no place in Florida for COVID theater.”

DeSantis released the statements alongside a video clip from a panel discussion he moderated on Monday. This panel was held with Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo and other medical professionals to bring coronavirus limitations to an end.

“Over the last two years, data analysis has revealed what works and what does not. It is long past time for the COVID theater to come to an end,” DeSantis stated.

Maskless State

“In Florida, we revealed the truth, based our answer on evidence, and allowed Floridians to make their own choices and their children’s choices.”

“As a consequence, Florida is in a better position than states that imposed requirements and employed fear-mongering,” he noted.

DeSantis made headlines this month when he created a video announcing Florida’s surgeon general constructed new recommendations that let state employees not have to wear masks.

In a Twitter video, DeSantis said relying only on out-of-date CDC guidelines when experience has utterly undermined them is not a realistic course of action at this point.

“9 to 5 work should not be synonymous with N-95 employment,” the governor continued. DeSantis advocated explicitly for service and hospitality industry employees.

“Every time I visit these locations, I’ll be a part of these large gatherings where all these people are having a great time.”

“The poor servers are forced to wear masks, and I’ll ask them, ‘Are you permitted to remove your mask?’ They state that it is not yet,” he noted.

“They’re all anticipating it. They all desire liberation. They desire standard treatment,” DeSantis added.

This is just yet another thing the American public must consider, going into the midterms. Unnecessary restrictions would be put in place by the Democrats. The red wave has to be prominent.