We have witnessed the protection of the abuser while the real victim is prosecuted. People who protect their property from the threat of mobs, have been declared to be the criminal while the aggressor is defended by the left.
Governor Ron DeSantis has said this should not be the case in the State of Florida. If you are at a restaurant enjoying a meal and you are harassed and bullied by others, you are not the aggressor, but the victim, if people decide to burn your business or loot your business you are not the aggressor, but the victim, and if you are driving on a street and stopped by rioters, you are not the aggressor but the victim. Individuals and groups, for whatever cause, do not have the right to break the law, to bully, or to destroy for their purposes. Florida is saying, despite what the left condones, encourages, and promotes in other States like Oregon, Washington, California, New York, Illinois, Minnesota, or so many other Democrat run States, it will not happen in Florida.
The bill states among other things that the Combatting Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act -- would impose stiff criminal penalties for actions such as blocking roadways, disrupting restaurants, or toppling monuments.
"You see videos of these innocent people eating dinner and you have these crazed lunatics just screaming at them and intimidating them on a public accommodation," DeSantis said. "You aren't going to do that in state of Florida."
Another provision would shield drivers from liability “for injury and death caused if fleeing for safety from a mob.” If you are surrounded by mobsters who are destroying you property or threatening your person, you have the right to drive away and are not held responsible for those who would stand in front of your car.
Of course, the left is stating that if passed, this law would be unconstitutional. I am not sure where the constitution protects the criminal and thug while punishing the law-abiding citizen. If you see in the Constitution where the purposeful destruction of the property of another or the purposeful intimidation or harm of another is protected, please show it to me.
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