Far-Left Activists Occupy Fla. Gov. DeSantis' Office to Protest Education Reforms in Act of Insurrection

Nick Kangadis | May 4, 2023
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There are many examples of extremely and abrasively annoying activists. Whether it’s third-wave feminists, Antifa, BLM, any “supremacy” group, climate cultists or abortion activists who don’t understand they’re protesting in favor of Nazi-era eugenics, you’re guaranteed to lose a brain cell or two listening to these people. But perhaps the most cringe-inducing group of faux intelligentsia are those that, by their own definitions mind you, perform insurrection-style acts because they didn’t get their way.

A far-left activist group called “Dream Defenders” insurrected the Florida State Capitol building and “performed” a sit-in “as part of a national protest called Freedom to Learn,” according to a press release from the group.

“By virtue of being born, we are entitled to a real dignified democracy that gives us a say on our blocks, in our cities, in our schools, and the places we work,” Dream Defenders co-director Nailah Summers-Polite said.

Much like most of the left, Summers-Polite couldn’t sound more entitled if the group tried. They want a “dignified democracy,” but only if that democracy does what they want, no matter if a majority are against whatever it is they’re protesting this week.

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The Dream Defenders saw 14 of their members get arrested, with the Florida law enforcement saying that those arrested “were charged with misdemeanor trespass and were booked into Leon County Jail,” as The Daily Beast reported.

Here are a couple different videos of the insurrection, one showing the protest and the other showing arrests:


Well, that accomplished a bunch.


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