DeSantis announces $  1,000 bonuses to Florida first responders: 'We're funding the police and then some'

DeSantis made the announcement Wednesday, flanked by first responders and members of law enforcement during a news conference in front of the Satellite Beach Police Department.

During the event he also announced he would sign the state’s budget.

The police officers surrounding the governor applauded DeSantis for the move, which he said would fund the policeand then some,” throwing sand in the face of progressives who want to defund law enforcement.

I asked the legislature in this legislative session, we need to do bonuses for law enforcement,” DeSantis는 말했다. “Some wanted to defund the police, we’re funding the police, and then some.


Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody — whose husband is a Drug Enforcement Administration agent — also weighed in on Twitter, lauding DeSantis and the Florida legislature for the bonuses.

Amazing news on this greatly deserved bonus for our first responders and law enforcement officers!” Moody wrote on Twitter.

“감사합니다, [DeSantis], [Florida state Senate] 과 [Florida House of Representatives] for prioritizing the men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving and protecting our state,” 그녀는 덧붙였다.

Satellite Beach Police Chief and president of the Florida Police Chiefs Association gave kudos to DeSantis for his “확고한” support of police and first responders.

With your strong and consistent leadership, law enforcement can count on you […],” 피어슨이 말했다. “그리고 가장 중요한 것은, the people of Florida can count on you.

그만큼 $ 1,000 payments will be doled out to every first responder who continued their work through the coronavirus pandemic — including firefighters, EMTs and the aforementioned police — in a one-time payment.

DeSantis’ announcement comes as progressives continue to pound the drum calling for the defunding of police following the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

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