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Ron DeSantis criticizes Liberals on TikTok for spreading false information about Florida Law in order to get more views and interaction

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) criticized right-wing social media influencer Libs of TikTok for spreading untrue information about Florida law on Wednesday.

 

LEFT: Ron DeSantis (AP Photo/Jess Rapfogel) RIGHT: Chaya Raichik

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) criticized right-wing social media influencer Libs of TikTok for spreading untrue information about a law in Florida on Wednesday, accusing the account of prioritizing clicks and interaction over truth.

The post from Libs of TikTok made note of an incident in a “normally quiet, peaceful neighborhood in Florida” that “was shaken this week when 3 illegals from Guatemala were arrested for forcing a woman into a car and s*xually ass*ulting her.

“Apparently FL also gives illegals drivers licenses! Biden’s open borders allows v*olent criminals to terrorize Americans,” concluded Libs of Tiktok, which is managed by Chaya Raichik.

But as two community notes now affixed to the post note, Florida does not issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. In fact, it doesn’t even recognize certain kinds of driver’s licenses from several states that do issue them to those who entered the country illegally.

DeSantis criticized the account — which typically receives mostly praise from conservatives — for spreading the falsehood.

“@libsoftiktok got community noted for lying about FL law, which not only prohibits illegal aliens from getting drivers licenses but also prohibits recognition of licenses issued to illegal aliens from other states,” he observed on X.

“Truth shouldn’t be a casualty of attempts to generate clicks and engagement farm,” he added.

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