Gov. Ron DeSantis appoints Judge Renatha Francis to Florida Supreme Court~suspends Hillsborough state attorney Andrew Warren WITH NEW UPDATES!

Gov. Ron DeSantis has appointed Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Renatha Francis to the Florida Supreme Court.


"We are suspending Soros-backed 13th circuit state attorney Andrew Warren for neglecting his duties as he pledges not to uphold the laws of the state," DeSantis' office said" DeSantis Suspends 'Soros-Backed! State Attorney For 'Violating Oath'

Gov. DeSantis suspends Hillsborough state attorney Andrew Warren

Andrew Warren, state attorney of the 13th Judicial Circuit, speaks to the Florida Chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, June 3, 2022 in Tampa. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022 suspended the elected state prosecutor in Tampa for pledging not to enforce the state’s new 15-week abortion ban and for supporting gender transition treatments for minors.

Andrew Warren, state attorney of the 13th Judicial Circuit, speaks to the Florida Chapters of Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action, June 3, 2022 in Tampa. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022 suspended the elected state prosecutor in Tampa for pledging not to enforce the state’s new 15-week abortion ban and for supporting gender transition treatments for minors.

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DeSantis Fires Soros Prosecutor in Third Major Blow for Communist Billionaire Subversive

DeSantis Fires Soros Prosecutor in Third Major Blow for Communist Billionaire Subversive

Warren fires back at Governor DeSantis after suspension

Demonstrators gather outside Hillsborough County Courthouse in support of Andrew Warren

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed Susan Lopez as the Acting Hillsborough State Attorney after suspending Andrew Warren for being soft on crime.

Andrew Warren is a ‘fraud,’ says former Tampa police chief



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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis struck another blow against the lunatic left when he exercised his power under the state constitution and fired an elected prosecutor funded by billionaire communist agitator George Soros.

The Soros torpedo, in this case, is Andrew Warren, who, like Soros prosecutors elsewhere, does not enforce laws he doesn’t like. 

The move is another blow to Soros, who has spent millions to elect leftist, anti-law-and-order prosecutors across the country. Voters in blue San Francisco recalled Soros prosecutor Chesa Boudin, and they’re about to do the same to Boudin’s predecessor, George Gascon, now the district attorney in Los Angeles. 

Escorted Out

DeSantis acted “for what he said was Warren’s disregard for his duty to enforce state laws, including a pledge not to prosecute people receiving an abortion or their doctors performing them,” the Tampa Bay Times reported:

At a news conference flanked by police from around Tampa Bay, DeSantis said Warren had “put himself publicly above the law” by signing letters saying he would not enforce laws prohibiting gender-affirming care for minors or laws limiting abortion.

Under a clause in the state Constitution, DeSantis suspended Warren, effectively firing him.

“Our government is a government of laws, not a government of men,” DeSantis said.

The suspension, which stunned observers, removed one of the state’s most outspoken prosecutors. Warren, a Democrat, has been a frequent critic of DeSantis, a Republican. He called the 2021 “anti-riot” legislation that DeSantis championed a misguided “solution in search of a problem.” He’s also questioned the need for an election security force that DeSantis has helped create.

Amusingly, Warren “was escorted” out of his office, but the newspaper did not report who escorted the hard-left prosecutor. Warren, the newspaper continued, “struck a defiant tone,” as leftists usually do when they aren’t permitted to pursue their ideological urges.

“The governor is trying to overthrow the results of a fair and free election, two of them,” Warren said. “People need to understand, this isn’t the governor trying to suspend one elected official. This is the governor trying to overthrow democracy here in Hillsborough County.”

As well, the Times reported, Warren said an abortion or “gender-affirming care” case hadn’t landed in his office, and that when one did, he would just evaluate it on its merits.

Won’t Prosecute Other Cases

Refusing to enforce the state’s abortion and “transgender” statute isn’t the only problem, the newspaper continued.

DeSantis told reporters that the trouble for Warren began when fellow Soros prosecutors, such as George Gascon in Los Angeles and Chesa Boudin in San Francisco, refused to enforce the law. DeSantis asked staffers “to make sure that that was not going to happen here” in Florida.

Unsurprisingly, Warren’s name surfaced:

“It all came back to this area here, in the 13th Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County,” DeSantis said. “And the response that we got was a lot of frustration on the part of law enforcement for criminals being let go and crimes not being prosecuted.”

DeSantis’ order does not cite examples of Warren not prosecuting individual cases.…

But Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said at Thursday’s news conference that police have had long-running frustrations with Warren for not prosecuting particular cases.

Other law-enforcement officials joined the criticism, the newspaper continued:

“Andrew Warren is a fraud,” said former Tampa police Chief Brian Dugan. “This is a terrible day, that the governor had to come and clean up our mess.”

Certain Crimes Not Punished

DeSantis’ order includes a list of problems with Warren, the Times reported:

• Warren signing on to a June 2021 “joint statement” with prosecutors around the country “to use our discretion and not promote the criminalization of gender-affirming healthcare or transgender people.”…

• Warren signing on to a similar June 24 statement with other prosecutors stating, “we decline to use our offices’ resources to criminalize reproductive health decisions.”

• Warren enacting a policy not to prosecute “certain criminal violations, including trespassing at a business location, disorderly conduct, disorderly intoxication, and prostitution.”…

The order says “Warren has effectively nullified these Florida criminal laws in the 13th Judicial Circuit, thereby eroding the rule of law, encouraging lawlessness, and usurping the exclusive role of the Florida Legislature to define criminal conduct.”

Aside from refusing to prosecute criminals, Soros’ minions have also tried to prosecute law-abiding citizens for defending themselves against criminals.

Soros has spent $40 million to elect at least 75 pro-criminal prosecutors. Warren is one of them.


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Congress Passes “CHIPS Act” to Rebuild America’s Semiconductor Industry

Congress Passes “CHIPS Act” to Rebuild America’s Semiconductor Industry



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Next week, President Biden is expected to sign the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) Act, a bill designed to increase U.S. semiconductor chip manufacturing and high-tech research. The bill passed the Senate 64-33, with 17 Republicans joining Democrats in approving it, and passed in the House 243 to 187, with 24 Republicans joining 219 Democrats despite Republican leadership opposition.

The legislation would provide:

  • $52 billion in financial incentives to the semiconductor industry.
  • $80 billion in increased funding to universities through the National Science Foundation (NSF).
  • $50 billion in funding for research at the Department of Energy (DOE).
  • $1.5 billion to spur mobile broadband development.

The legislation also contains a 25-percent investment tax credit for investments in semiconductor manufacturing.

Asia currently is home to about 75 percent of the world’s total semiconductor manufacturing capacity, with 90 percent of America’s semiconductors being made in Taiwan. With the Chinese government’s massive investments in this sector, China is projected to command the largest share of global production by 2030.

Biden praised the bipartisan CHIPS package as an example of the government coming together with a common goal to recharge the American economy and remain competitive with China. “For decades, some ‘experts’ said we needed to give up on manufacturing in America. I never believed that. Manufacturing jobs are back,” he said in a statement. “Thanks to this bill, we are going to have even more of them.”

The bipartisan proponents of the CHIPS Act say other countries are spending billions of dollars to lure chip-makers. They claim the U.S. must do the same or risk losing a secure supply of the semiconductors that power automobiles, computers, appliances, and some of the military’s most advanced weapons systems.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said the bill “represented one of the nation’s largest investments in science and manufacturing in decades,” and that “Congress is working to ensure that the future is Made in America.”

Even Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott praised the bill’s passage, saying it will help expand production in Texas, which he says is “a beacon of innovation and has remained the nation’s leading exporter of semiconductors and other electronic components for eleven years in a row.”

In opposition to the bill, the House Freedom Caucus posted before the House voted:

The Senate’s CHIPS-Plus Act not only adds $79 billion to the deficit, but also is loaded [with] crony capitalist handouts, Green New Deal climate initiatives, and radical ‘woke’ policies. Worse still, [its] passage in the Senate — with the help of 17 Senate Republicans — has opened the door for even more out-of-control spending in the Democrats’ reconciliation deal with $400 billion in spending for liberal priorities and some $700 billion in tax increases.

House Freedom Caucus Members have taken an official position opposing the CHIPS-Plus Act, have encouraged Republican leadership to whip against the bill, and now urge all Republicans to stand united against the Democrat agenda. [Emphasis in original.]

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) tweeted his opposition to the bill: “The Senate wrote a $280 billion blank check to be handed out to whomever Biden wants. For the record, I’m a NO on the CHIPS bill. I was a NO last week, a NO yesterday, and a NO today. All Republicans should reject it.”

However, Rep. Michael McCaul (Texas), the top Republican member on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said it remains important to increase domestic production of high-tech goods as a matter of national security. “Guess who came out today strongly opposed to the Chips bill. The Chinese Communist Party,” McCaul said.

President Biden rejoiced in the passage of the bill:

The CHIPS and Science Act is exactly what we need to be doing to grow our economy right now. By making more semiconductors in the United States, this bill will increase domestic manufacturing and lower costs for families. And, it will strengthen our national security by making us less dependent on foreign sources of semiconductors. This bill includes important guardrails to ensure that companies receiving [taxpayer] dollars invest in America and that union workers are building new manufacturing plants across the country.

He added, “I look forward to signing this bill into law and continuing to grow our economy from the bottom up and middle out for working families all across the country.”

This writer is all about keeping innovation and manufacturing in America — but not at taxpayers’ expense or in support of corporate welfare. 

The free market is the true American way to successful innovation, funded by venture capital and investors, versus having to kneel to the force of government that always comes with any government handout.