Every mouth-breathing Coup Klux Klanner in Floriduh must have been left out in the sun too long:
As of Monday in Florida, a gathering of three or more people can be labeled a “riot”—and if they’re blocking the road and you feel frightened, it’s generally OK to run them over with a car. Historic monuments, however—Confederate and otherwise—receive special protection under the law.
These are just some of the stipulations created by Florida’s new controversial anti-protest bill, which Gov. Ron DeSantis, flanked by law enforcement officers at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, signed into law on Monday.
I’m waiting for the Proud Boys and other weak-brained malcontents brandishing tiki torches to be run over and for these mouth-breathers to realize that the people they are trying to intimidate have cars, too.