It all started when a South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter tweeted out a story at The Hill that “Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law takes effect today.” The journo was then reminded that “Don’t Say Gay” is not the name of the law:

The reporter’s response after being informed that “Don’t Say Gay” isn’t the name of the legislation? That’s why the words are in quotes:

A hypothetical quote was offered in response that sums up how so many “journalists” have been helping push the Democrat narrative about Florida’s law:

The response to that belongs in the Louvre:

LOL. Really?

Yeah… something like that!

Suitable for framing:


You can’t make this stuff up.

If anything sums up the sorry state of the journalist mindset these days, it’s that.


It’s real, and it’s spectacular!



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