Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis teases public with ‘major announcement’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis caused a stir on social media this week after teasing the public with a “major announcement.”

Fox News reported that on Wednesday, DeSantis’ press secretary Christina Pushaw put out a tweet suggesting that the governor was prepared to make headlines.

Announcement not campaign-related

Fox News noted that the post caused considerable speculation among fan of DeSantis, with some suggesting that the governor might say that he is running for president.

However, Pushaw later followed up with an additional tweet which clarified that DeSantis is planning to run for another term in 2024 and that the announcement would not be political in nature.

DeSantis removes left-wing prosecutor

The New York Post revealed on Thursday that DeSantis’ big announcement was that he had decided to remove the George Soros-backed Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren.

DeSantis accused Warren of adopting the same soft on crime policies as recently recalled San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who also benefited from Soros’ support.

“The places that voted to keep him were affluent communities who are not bearing the brunt of the policies,” DeSantis declared.

“The places that voted to recall him were the working-class communities because they bear the burden of ignorance and refusal to enforce the law,” the governor added.

For his part, Soros promised in a opinion piece published by The Wall Street Journal on Sunday that he would continue his support for left-wing prosecutors.

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