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After comfortably winning re-election last November 8th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis did not announce any changes or developments for his second term. Right after the election, the State of Florida was hit by Tropical Storm Nicole, which made any other matter much less relevant.
Now that the storm seems to have passed, DeSantis made his first announcement of his second term as Governor of Florida: Dr. Joseph Ladapo will remain in office as Florida Surgeon General. Watch:
Dr. Ladapo was under mainstream media fire recently because of the recent study conducted by the Florida Department of Health. The study “found that there is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.” Given the results of the study, Dr. Ladapo and Floridian authorities recommended that men in this age group not be vaccinated with this type of drug.
The mainstream media and the politicized medical community came after Ladapo. His statement even got him temporarily suspended on Twitter, and the content was banned from other platforms. At that time, El American published an Op-Ed about the subject.
Both DeSantis and Dr. Ladapo are known for their success in handling the COVID-19 pandemic and for their stance against draconian measures both in 2020 and 2021.
Also, most of the polls conducted before the midterm elections showed that a significant amount of DeSantis’ voter support for a second term was a direct consequence of his remarkable health crisis management during the past 3 years.