DeSantis Slams Democrats For Embracing ‘Criminal Element’

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During a recent interview, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis expressed his strong criticism towards Democrats.

He highlighted their alleged support for criminals and their perceived abandonment of law enforcement, particularly in light of the tragic death of NYPD officer Jonathan Diller.

In a tragic incident, Jonathan Diller, a 31-year-old police officer, lost his life during a routine traffic stop.

The alleged perpetrator, Guy Rivera, reportedly refused to exit the vehicle when asked by Officer Diller.

Shockingly, Rivera is said to have drawn a handgun and shot Officer Diller in the stomach.

Rivera, with a history of 21 previous arrests, was recently released from prison in 2021 after completing a five-year sentence for criminal possession of a controlled substance.

DeSantis addressed the killing in an interview with Newsmax’s Eric Bolling, drawing attention to the contrasting responses of former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden.

“They get no support from these Democrat politicians. It used to be police officers, a lot of them were Democrats. That’s changed. The Democratic Party has turned their back on law enforcement, they embrace the criminal element and let the inmates run the asylum, and a lot of these people.” DeSantis remarked.

“And, you know, Obama and Biden and Clinton can go raise 25 million because they’re in the upper echelon. So they’re immune from their own policies. The people that it really hurts are the people who are more working class and middle income Americans. Democratic party has turned their back on them. They’re really become the party of the elites.” the Florida governor concluded.

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