August 16, 2022

Stephen King apologizes for attack on Gov. Ron DeSantis

Bestselling author Stephen King has apologized after criticizing Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.

King shared the apology on Saturday after a survey was released about intellectual freedom in Florida.

“I deleted a tweet about Ron DeSantis requiring notice of political views of students and teachers. That really was fake news. Sorry,” King said on Twitter.

According to MRC TV, “Still eager to throw some red meat to his leftist Twitter fanbase after the mistake, King included a snarky addendum: ‘DeSantis is still a jerk. That isn’t fake news.'”

It may not have been pretty, but at least King apologized when he was wrong. He may not change his views, but at least he admitted his mistake.

The move is a good one for King as an example for the left. For a side that doesn’t usually admit its wrongdoing, King offered an alternative that revealed saying sorry is sometimes the best thing to do.

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When pressed Thursday on whether Democrats should work with the two senators, Pelosi pushed back, “We’re not going to negotiate a woman’s right to choose.”https://t.co/ujO1Lbtk4k

— Lise Latulippe Fully Vaccinated and Boosted (@lise_latulippe) 
The words come just a week after California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu introduced the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect abortion access. The move marked a strong sign that Democrats won’t stop pressing abortion legislation.
In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.
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Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

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28 days ago

“Senator Murkowski [R-Alaska] and Senator Collins [R-Me.] may have their view, but it is not a view that is one about a woman’s having the right to decide. So, we’re not negotiating that, no,” she added.

When pressed Thursday on whether Democrats should work with the two senators, Pelosi pushed back, “We’re not going to negotiate a woman’s right to choose.”https://t.co/ujO1Lbtk4k

— Lise Latulippe Fully Vaccinated and Boosted (@lise_latulippe) 
The words come just a week after California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu introduced the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect abortion access. The move marked a strong sign that Democrats won’t stop pressing abortion legislation.
In contrast, 13 states have trigger laws that further limited abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Many other conservative states have also added new laws or are in the process of doing so as laws concerning abortion have been returned to individual states.
“Among those who said he shouldn’t run, the most common reason given was that ‘he’s a bad president’ (45%), followed by ‘he’s too old’ (30%), and ‘it’s time for a change’ (26%),” Mediaite reported.
“Just 28% either strongly or somewhat approve of his handling of inflation, while 32% approve of his handling of the economy overall,” it added.
Among the Democrats affiliated with the non-profit are Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

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