Florida Is Looking Up

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is arguably the greatest politician in the union. The man exudes common sense, fights back against the woke mobs, and just signed a bill making alcohol to-go the law of the land.

Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law on Thursday that makes to go alcohol permanent in the state of Florida.

Senate Bill 148, known as the beverage law, allows certain restaurants and other businesses to sell or deliver to-go alcohol under certain circumstances.

The law also requires the to-go drinks to be packed in a container and sealed by the licensee or its employee. The drink must then be placed in a bag or other container that’s secured in a way that would show if it was opened or tampered with. The container must also have a dated receipt for the drink and food attached to it.

To-go drinks that are delivered or transported in a vehicle must be placed in a locked compartment, locked trunk, or another area behind the last upright seat of the vehicle.

The last two paragraphs are pretty lame – if you cannot trust adults to transport alcohol, maybe you need to rethink the law – but otherwise this is a good idea.

Block The Vote

Meet Anthony Steven Guevara of Collier County, Florida. Anthony is big on politics; so much so that he tried to change Governor Ron DeSantis’ voter registration. My boy’s wicked smaht!

Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested Anthony Steven Guevara on charges of unauthorized access of a computer and altering a voter registration without consent.

According to the FDLE, agents started the investigation after DeSantis went to early vote on Monday and was told his address had changed to one in West Palm Beach in the database. According to Gubernatorial Communications Director Fred Piccolo, DeSantis provided identification and was allowed to early vote. The Department of Law Enforcement was notified and traced the activity now being described as identity theft to the 20-year-old Naples man.

Agents were able to identify Guevara as the suspect and arrested him at his home with help from the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. (H/TMike AKA Proof)

Wow, how did the police find this master of disguise, what with his My First Beard Kit by Kenner.