Tampa Bay Times Article Rating

DeSantis: You're not king of Florida | Editorial

Aug 05, 2022 View Original Article
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    -38% Medium Liberal

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  • Policy Leaning

    -12% Somewhat Liberal

  • Politician Portrayal

    -62% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

39% : Why else did DeSantis spend time Thursday talking about San Francisco and George Soros and "woke" criminal justice reform?
37% : This putsch was about energizing the Trump base on abortion by ousting a high-profile Democrat that Hillsborough voters elected twice, in 2016 and 2020, both times on a progressive platform against a Republican opponent.
36% : The Republican governor accused Warren, a Democrat, of putting himself "above the law" by signing statements that he would not enforce laws prohibiting gender-affirming care for minors or laws limiting abortion.
35% : The June statement on abortion, though, declared that "we decline to use our offices' resources to criminalize reproductive health decisions."
34% : This was a terrible day for the rule of law, for the image of Republicans and area law enforcement, for democracy in Florida -- and for what it says about the fate of abortion rights in America's third-largest state.
23% : A year before, Scott reassigned more than two dozen potential death penalty cases away from Orlando state attorney Aramis Ayala after she declared she wouldn't pursue capital punishment.

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