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DeSantis Sends a Warning to Looters After Hurricane Idalia

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Speaking from Perry, Florida Wednesday afternoon in the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia, Republican presidential candidate and Governor Ron DeSantis warned criminals against looting and promised consequences for doing so. 

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"We are not gonna tolerate any looting in the aftermath," DeSantis said, noting that signs in yards that say "You loot, we shoot" should be taken seriously. "People have a right to defend their property."

"In this part of Florida, you've got a lot of advocates and proponents of the Second Amendment," he continued. 

Back in Tallahassee, First Lady Casey DeSantis had a close call with the storm after a massive oak tree fell on the Governor's Mansion. 

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As Idalia continues to make its way up the east coast, officials are urging caution in the aftermath. 

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