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Kayleigh McEnany had a great discussion with Governor Ron DeSantis at The Federalist Society in Orlando, Florida.


Kayleigh Mcenany With Ron DeSantis
Kayleigh Mcenany With Ron DeSantis

Former White House Press Sec. Kayleigh McEnany had a great discussion with Governor Ron DeSantis at The Federalist Society in Orlando, Florida.

Our freedom-loving state has a fantastic Governor!

The Federalist Society posted:

 Thank you to Governor Ron DeSantis and Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for joining us for a Fireside Chat at the Eighth Annual Florida Chapters Conference!

Governor Ron DeSantis criticized Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and said he hoped President Biden’s Supreme Court pick would evolve over time to the right. Ron echoed much of his usual talking points in his “chat” with Kayleigh McEnany, including his opposition to vaccine mandates and school mask mandates. He did not comment on Pence’s remarks.

He also said his “anti-woke” bill banning critical race theory, despite the theory not currently being taught in Florida schools, would be a “brick wall against all things woke. This is where woke goes to die.”

Asked about President Biden’s upcoming pick to replace Justice Stephen Breyer, DeSantis said he hoped Joe would pick someone who “kind of drifts the other way into a more constitutionalist posture.”

The Federalist Society is the conservative legal organization that helped vet and recommend President Trump’s three picks for the U.S. Supreme Court — Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, and Neil Gorsuch. 

Ron DeSantis is familiar with the Federalist Society, having been a member of the organization when he attended Harvard Law School. DeSantis also has given speeches to the group before, including two in 2019, his first year in office. The first came in February of that year, a little over a month after taking office, and the other in November. Ron also praised his picks and spoke of the need for judges with a conservative outlook, who won’t “rewrite laws.”

Kayleigh said after the initial COVID-19 lockdowns, President Trump in May 2020 declared all churches "essential" and free to be open for worship. DeSantis, she noted, had already done that a month earlier.

"You do not throw people's rights out the window," DeSantis said. "That was just something we didn’t want to do, particularly when you saw states closing houses of worship but … liquor stores could operate, strip clubs, you name it."

During 2020, when the pandemic was in its infancy and officials faced unprecedented choices between public health guidelines and liberties most Americans took for granted, even Governor Ron DeSantis had issued executive orders closing many businesses and schools. 

But as weeks turned into months, the former Volusia-Flagler congressman opened the state's economy faster than a lot of other states, facing criticism he was doing so at the risk of Floridians' health. 

It seemed like the narrative was no one could talk about individual rights. It’s all about the lockdown. You can’t have an open state. You can’t have kids in school. You can’t do all that,” DeSantis said. “We viewed it the opposite. The default needs to be freedom."

The event also included a “fireside chat” of former Vice President Mike Pence. Commenting on Trump former VP said Federalist Society members in Orlando that he had no power to keep his ex-boss in the White House.

“I heard this week that President Trump said I had a right to overturn the election. President Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election,” Pence said in his most forceful admonition yet of Trump’s false claims.

“Frankly, there is almost no idea more un-American than the notion that any one person could choose the American president,” the former vice president said at the conference at Disney World’s Yacht Club resort.

The video footage of this event will be shortly uploaded here in this article.


  1. Actually when the election laws were violated ,as already stated by a judge in Pennsylvania, then yes it was Actually Pence's duty not to confirm the electoral votes. The electoral votes of raise states that violated the election laws Pence shouldn't have confirmed ! He violated the constitution by the election laws of the United States Constitution !


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