Trump-endorsed Ron DeSantis says he’d have vetoed gun law, removed Sheriff Israel

Trump-endorsed Ron DeSantis says he'd have vetoed gun law, removed Sheriff Israel

Brandon Stearns, a freshman at Palm Beach Atlantic University, takes a selfie with U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, right, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Florida governor, after DeSantis spoke to the Palm Beach County Trump Club on April 9, 2010. Ron DeSantis , a leading Republican candidate for governor and self-described “big Second Amendment guy,” says he would have vetoed the historic Florida gun-control law passed in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre . During a South Florida campaign stop, DeSantis also said, if he already was governor, he would have suspended Broward Sheriff Scott Israel over his agency’s actions leading up to and during the Feb. 14 shooting. The Parkland school shooting produced an outpouring of public sentiment from family members of the 17 people killed and 17 wounded, students at the school, and others throughout the state, prompting the Legislature to pass […]

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