Ron DeSantis asked one important question that sent Democrats into a panic

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is gearing up for a big year in 2023. 

One press conference provided a window into his future. 

And Ron DeSantis asked one important question that sent Democrats into a panic.

Florida was one of the few bright spots for Republicans during the otherwise disappointing Midterm elections.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis trounced his Democrat challenger by 19 points, as he secured the biggest win by any Republican Gubernatorial candidate in state history.

The Florida GOP was also able to ride the Governor’s coattails statewide, gaining seats in both the state House and state Senate to secure massive majorities in both, and leaving Democrats helpless to obstruct DeSantis’ Freedom First agenda.

With massive Republican majorities on his side, Governor DeSantis is poised to rack up more victories for freedom in Florida during the next legislative session.

Gun rights activists in the Sunshine State have been battling for years to pass constitutional carry.

Constitutional carry, or permitless carry, would allow Florida gun owners to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry a concealed weapon without a government permission slip in the form of a concealed carry permit.

Despite the GOP controlling the Florida state legislature and the Governor’s office for years, RINOs have worked to kill the bill in recent legislative sessions.

When asked early this year about constitutional carry in Florida, Governor DeSantis said that if legislators “put it on my desk,” he’ll sign it.

Now, DeSantis is poised to deliver a major victory for gun owners in the legislature next year.

During a press conference with incoming Republican House Speaker Paul Renner, DeSantis was asked about passing constitutional carry next year with huge Republican majorities in the state legislature.

“I’ll let Paul answer that,” DeSantis said. “I’m ready, so are you guys gonna do it?”

“Yes,” Renner said with a smile.

At another press conference a day later, Governor DeSantis reaffirmed his support for passing constitutional carry next year.

“I’ve never been asked that before,” DeSantis joked. “Basically, this was something that I’ve always supported. The last two years it wasn’t a priority for legislative leadership.”

The outgoing Speaker of the House blocked the constitutional carry in the last legislative session.

“[Incoming Speaker Paul Renner] pledged publicly that’s moving forward and it’ll be something that will be done in the regular session,” DeSantis added. “We’ll get that done.”

Florida would become the 26th state to pass constitutional carry, and its passage would ensure the majority of states have the law on the books.

Ron DeSantis is on the verge of delivering a major victory for gun owners and freedom next year with the passage of constitutional carry. 

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