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Yet another embarrassing casualty in Ron “Don’t Say Gay” DeSantis’ failed White House bid

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The Florida Standard, a self-proclaimed “content and reporting machine rooted in truth, deep policy fluency and a commitment to an informed public”, reportedly just fired its entire staff mere weeks before Christmas, a month and a half before Iowa’s primary in January, and just a few months before Florida’s primary in March.The site, which began in 2022 and is led by 26-year-old influencer Will Witt, is expected to shut down entirely before the end of 2023.Per The Floridian:According to sources with ties to Gov.

DeSantis’s Executive Office and with knowledge about the workings of the media outlet—which in the past has been spoon-fed exclusives for publication and was granted two rare interviews with Gov.

DeSantis—The Standard will be closing down operations on or around December 13……The sources, who spoke to us on the condition of anonymity, said that the Governor’s office propped up the website and was giving it direction through several members of DeSantis’s presidential campaign and official office.Contrary to what DeSantis’s political world spins, there are leaks within the official office and the campaign.DeSantis’s controversial Rapid Response staffer Christina Pushaw, who recently poked fun at former President Donald Trump at the expense of a Holocaust survivor, is alleged to have confirmed her involvement with the outlet to one of her close friends.In addition to propping up the gay-hating governor and his extreme right-wing agenda, Witt’s site frequently publishes salacious, often misleading headlines and articles attacking the LGBTQ+ community.Here’s just a sampling of a few recent ones…School district officials received an anonymous tip that a “transitioning” gender-confused boy was allowed to play on the girl’s team.

Read more here: Republican lawmaker wants to ban the use of “preferred pronouns” and mandatory LGBTQ “training programs” at publicly supported institutions.

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