Florida: Under Governor Ron DeSantis, It’s Become A Hotbed For Sustainable Development Goals Land Grab (Video)
Under the “watch” of Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida has become a hotbed for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which includes a land grab. While certain outlets and organizations are promoting DeSantis as some sort of pariah to counter the unlawful actions of the District of Criminals, DeSantis has failed to stop unlawfulness in his own State of Florida, turned a blind eye to the issues, and actually promoted some lawless actions through signing of legislation.
Listen to Florida resident Brandi Ann as she explains what is happening in her area of Florida regarding gentrification, displacement of residents, and the “stacking of the deck” against the residents of the state. As it turns out, Florida residents are being priced right out of the very neighborhoods they have lived for the majority of their lives. Brandi has been marginalized, censored, and harassed by police at local government meetings at the behest of government officials are for pointing out corruption. Moreover, it’s happening to her friends as well – all here in the “land of the free and home of the brave”.
Check out all the information in the resources for more information on these egregious violations against the people.
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