Biden vows to stop DeSantis' anti-grooming bill

The Biden White House has issued a statement saying they "must stop" Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' Parental Rights in Education bill, claiming the bill "encourages bullying." 

In yet another effort to curtail states' rights, the White House claims there will be federal intervention in opposition to the anti-grooming law. Moves for federal mediation include "monitoring" by the Department of Education and calls for people to file formal complaints about the law's restrictions with the Department's Office for Civil Rights.

The Democrats' opposition to states' rights recently came to a head with nationwide riots and calls to dissolve the Supreme Court following the Court's decision to make abortion a states' issue with the reversal of Roe v. Wade.

Meltdown from Democrats over the Florida's anti-grooming bill has been widespread since it was introduced. In April, former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki wept in a dramatic flare over the "cruelty" of the bill. The American Federation of Teachers president and advocate for masking children, Randi Weingarten, said the bill was how "wars start."
 
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