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Ron DeSantis Responds Accordingly After J.B. Pritzker Says He's Not Welcome in Illinois
By Sister Toldjah | 12:30 PM on May 15, 2023

For some reason, Illinois’ Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker – much like his California counterpart Gavin Newsom – thinks taking periodic swipes at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is a good idea.

Unfortunately for both of them, DeSantis is usually able to knock them down with without breaking a sweat, exposing their two-faced nature in the process.

That is exactly how things played out last Thursday and Friday after an obviously triggered Pritzker issued a buzzword-filled statement denouncing DeSantis’ upcoming visit to his state ahead of an anticipated 2024 presidential announcement.

“Ron DeSantis swears that he is fighting to protect people’s ‘freedoms,’ but he has no problem taking away their reproductive rights, attacking schools and libraries to limit what parents and teachers want for their students, disregarding the humanity of LGBTQ people, and failing to protect people of color seeking to live free from discrimination,” Pritzker proclaimed.

“DeSantis has made a career of punching down and othering anyone who doesn’t subscribe to his petty tyranny, which makes him a natural fit for the GOP’s Lincoln Day dinner,” he continued, while also taking a swipe at DeSantis’ second-place standing in some polling on the GOP presidential primary race.

“In Illinois,” Pritzker went on to say, “we reject the cruelty he espouses and stand firmly against his hateful agenda.”

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I do know that Illinois isn't big enough for Pritzker and Chris Christie, but it's not political. They just take up too much space.
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