DeSantis Bans Lab-Grown Meat In Florida

( – Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new state law on Wednesday, May 1 that will outlaw artificial or lab-grown meat. The law is slated to go into effect July 1 and would bring a number of additional protections for Florida’s ranching and agricultural businesses. DeSantis also put the World Economic Forum (WEF) on notice that their globalist policies are “dead on arrival” in the Sunshine State.

SB 1084 outlaws sale, distribution, or production of artificially grown meat in Florida with potential fines for offenders. It also preemptively blocks local governments from attempting to circumvent state law. There’s additionally sections which address electric vehicle charging stations and the harvesting and sale of saw palmetto berries.

The law also modifies and enhances penalties for trespassers who illegally enter commercial farmland.

DeSantis gave several comments during a press briefing hailing the passage of the legislation while taking jabs at wealthy global elites at Davos and the WEF. He suggested global elites like to lecture the world regarding what we should drive or what we should eat while they fly around in private jets and eat very well.

DeSantis highlighted the hypocrisy and suggested the billionaire class wanted to enforce rules upon the population that they themselves won’t obey. He argued that these people really want to restrict freedom for others while accruing power and influence unto themselves.

DeSantis argued that the law will protect Florida businesses from being targeted by policies promoted by Democrats and the friends at the WEF. He also jabbed at the fake-meat industry suggesting that it would never be able to compete on the open market with traditionally farmed meat.

DeSantis suggested these wealthy globalist types were “putting a target” on traditional agriculture to rig the market and that was why he signed the new law.

Dale Carlton, President of the Florida Cattleman Association, thanked the governor for passing the law, arguing that it protected the ranching industry as well as the residents of Florida.

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