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Gov. DeSantis asks Biden to help the Cuban people with internet connectivity

Ron DeSantis
FILE – In this April 30, 2021, file photo (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says Cubans need humanitarian aid like food, water and medicine but it’s imperative they have access to the internet. He sent a letter to President Biden offering to help. DeSantis says, “The one thing that communism fears the most is the truth. If we can help the Cuban people communicate with one another and with the outside world, that truth is going to matter.”

“I urge President Biden to assist in providing internet access to the people of Cuba standing up against communist oppression and demanding a voice after decades of suffering under a cruel dictatorship.”

While Gov. DeSantis supports Florida protesters, he reminds everyone to stay off the interstates saying, “It’s not only disruptive, it’s downright dangerous.”

Plus the protests may violate Florida’s new “anti-riot” law, although no arrests have been made.

Protesters have shut down roads in Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville.
Civil rights groups have filed a lawsuit against the anti-riot law because they claim it doesn’t define what constitutes a riot and it is racist.