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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis: No Federally Controlled Digital Dollar in the Sunshine State

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made it clear that the state of Florida will not be using a federally controlled digital dollar. This announcement comes after the governor signed three bills to counteract the malign influence of the Chinese Communist Party in the state of Florida.

DeSantis is no stranger to making bold decisions, having served in the military and receiving multiple decorations including a Bronze Star Medal for Meritorious Service and an Iraq Campaign Medal. He also recently signed a bill into law that gives a new board he controls the power to void deals between local governments and private companies like Disney.

DeSantis talking about CBDC:

The governor's latest stance on not using a federally controlled digital dollar is another example of his commitment to protecting Floridians from outside forces. He stated, “We do not want the CCP in the Sunshine State” and “Florida will not allow the CCP to purchase farmland or land near our critical infrastructure.”

Governor DeSantis' dedication to keeping Floridians safe and secure is commendable and his latest statement shows that he is willing to stand up for what he believes in, even if it means going against federal regulations. His commitment to protecting Floridians is admirable and should be praised by all citizens of Florida.

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