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No Wonder Hillary Clinton Shut Off the Replies on This Tweet

AP Photo/Seth Wenig

Ahead of reports that Gov. Ron DeSantis will announce his presidential bid on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton chimed in with her own warning about Florida and the Republican governor.   

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“Ron DeSantis’s ultra-MAGA Florida isn’t safe for people of color, LGBTQ+ people, or even multi-billion dollar corporations,” she tweeted, sharing images of headlines about the NAACP’s recent travel advisory and Disney canceling plans for a massive new office complex in the state. 

The NAACP advisory against traveling to Florida, claiming the state is "hostile to Black Americans," drew mockery from conservatives who pointed out that members of NAACP leadership had vacationed in Florida and one currently lives in Tampa. Additionally, the Florida Chamber of Commerce noted that "on the economic diversification front, in just the last few years, Florida has moved into the number one spot in the United States for Black-owned businesses. And number two, for Hispanic. And number two for women owned businesses as well."

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As for Disney's decision to pull the plug on the development project, while the media spun the move as a response to the company's feud with DeSantis, in reality, it was most likely a financial one, as DeSantis's office explained. 

“Disney announced the possibility of a Lake Nona campus nearly two years ago. Nothing ever came of the project, and the state was unsure whether it would come to fruition,” DeSantis's deputy press secretary Jeremy Redern said in a statement. “Given the company’s financial straits, falling market cap and declining stock price, it is unsurprising that they would restructure their business operations and cancel unsuccessful ventures.”

While Clinton shut off her replies, that didn't stop Twitter users from reacting in the quote tweets. 

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