'You're wrong': Internet shreds Ron DeSantis as he goes after Biden for denying he proclaimed Trans Day of Visibility on Easter

'You're wrong': Internet shreds Ron DeSantis as he goes after Biden for denying he proclaimed Trans Day of Visibility on Easter
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis launched an attack on President Joe Biden (Getty Images)

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA: Ron DeSantis brutally criticized President Joe Biden for denying that he proclaimed March 31 as the "Transgender Day of Visibility," which clashed with Easter this year.

When asked about the proclamation, the POTUS stated that he "didn't do that," which seemed odd to the Florida Governor.

What did the Sunshine State governor say about the incumbent Democrat POTUS?

During an appearance at the Greater Miami Expressway Agency on Monday, March 1, DeSantis remarked, "Wait a minute, he said that didn't happen, he said he didn't do that. Which raises the question that he's either not being honest with the public or he really didn't know what was going on."

As per Fox News, the Florida Governor continued to scrutinize Biden’s statement and pose the question of who is in charge of the nation.


 
 
 
 
 
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DeSantis inquired, "Who's running the presidency? Is it a bunch of woke, 20-something-year-old White House staffers? So I don't know whose in charge. The fact that he's not owning up to it - either way, it's bad." 

He also talked about his family's Easter celebration and emphasized the significance of the auspicious day, saying, "It's the most important, for Christians, holiday on the calendar. And you know what Biden did, you know, I think was ridiculous, but it does raise the issue," he asserted.

The White House has dismissed the furor over the president's proclamation, stating that March 31 was not chosen by him as the date to observe the Transgender Day of Visibility.

In fact, the White House has been issuing the same proclamation every year since Joe Biden took office in 2021.

White House spokesperson Andrew Bates asserted, "President Biden is right. He did nothing in conflict with the 'tenets' of Easter, which he celebrated yesterday. Nor did he choose the date of March 31 for Transgender Day of Visibility, which has been set since 2009."

The White House recently issued several proclamations, one of which was for the Transgender Day of Visibility. Alongside that, there were proclamations for Cesar Chavez Day, National Donate Life Month, National Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Month, Arab American Heritage Month, and Care Workers Recognition Month.

Before the Transgender Day of Visibility fiasco, the White House stirred controversy after banning children of the National Guard from submitting Easter egg designs featuring "religious symbols and overtly religious themes" in the Easter art contest. 

Internet reacts to Gov Ron DeSantis launching an attack on President Joe Biden over the Trans Day of Visibility proclamation 

One said, "He’s listening to the wrong voices, or he is coming up with this stuff on his own," and another pointed out, "Easter happened to fall on March 31st. Trans Day began on March 31, 2009."

A person noted, "In fairness, March 31st is the day for that 'holiday'. Biden didn't decide that." "DeSanctimonious??? Gee....what a surprise," quipped someone else. 

One more exclaimed, "As always, DeSantis is WRONG! TDOV is always celebrated on March 31st." 



 



 



 



 



 

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