New Photo of Ron DeSantis’ Shoes Light The Internet On Fire
Ron DeSantis lit the internet on fire when he wore a pair of “high heel” boot to sign his Disney bill into law.
As you likely know, Ron DeSantis went after woke Disney. It was the right thing to do at the time. Disney has turned into modern-day groomers, recruiting young, impressionable kids into the LGBTQ army. So, DeSantis supposedly went after them “hard” at one point. Or so it seemed. A lot of what happened was for show. The new legislation that just passed which supposedly “strips” Disney of all its power is over hyped and exaggerated and is likely more “PR” for the public than anything else. In actuality, Disney won’t miss a beat, and nothing really changes for them, so they don’t care.
From Vanity Fair:
In establishing the new district, the Legislature left almost all of its powers intact. The legislation does remove the power to build a nuclear power plant and an airport, but those powers had never been used.
The practical effect of the change could end up being negligible and park employees and visitors are unlikely to notice any difference. But DeSantis and future governors will have broad power to make life difficult for Disney if they choose to exercise it.
“It’s like Disney is operating in a low-security prison, where they can still do what they want to do but there’s guards around them at all times,” said Rep. Anna Eskamani, D-Orlando, who has been among the most vocal critics of the state takeover. “They can’t speak up against the governor ever.”
It’s the not the “sweeping change” or big power-grab we were told it was, but that’s how DeSantis tends to operate, with a lot of smoke and mirrors.
Typical establishment politician.
But it was the shoes Ron wore to the event that had people talking… high-heel boots.
It reminded people of the time Marco Rubio wore high heel boot during the 2016 GOP primary.
Here’s what people online are saying:
“This isn’t a “Florida Thing” it’ a “Short Politician” thing”
“Trump gets into these guys heads and they have to try and feel “tall and alpha” to make up for it.”
“Oh no, DeSantis is turning into Marco Rubio. Let’s hope he doesn’t start sweating profusely.”
“Those are some serious high heels, Ronny. Is he transitioning?”
“Trump is going to have a field day with this establishment phony”
I mean, in all fairness to Ron, most cowboy boots do have a “heel.” But he’s not really a “cowboy” so maybe this wasn’t the best fashion move. Perhaps he should stop paying the Babylon Bee 20K to write joes for him, and use that money for a stylist?