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Jun. 18, 2021
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A Florida man has been charged with a felony for doing a burnout on an "LGBTQ Pride" painted crosswalk in Delray Beach and may face even more charges under the terribly written anti-rioting act Ron DeSantis recently signed into law.
A Florida man has been slapped with felony charges for leaving tire tracks across an intersection painted in the rainbow colors of the LGBT pride movement. LGBT activists cheered the police for throwing the book at the suspect.CBS Miami reported that the "street art" cost $16,000 and was "paid for by the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation."
Imagine getting $16,000 to paint a few lines on a crosswalk.
It gets better:
Local LGBT activists piled on Jerich. The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council told local media that they "requested the charges include defacing a memorial – a recently enacted law which would require this crime to be treated as a felony. If convicted of this offense, the perpetrator would be responsible for reimbursing the City of Delray Beach for the cost of repairing the damages in addition to the severe penalties for committing a felony."Here's an excerpt of the terribly written law.
Note it makes no mention of specifically protecting Confederate monuments (DeSantis called for tearing one down in 2019) -- which were BLM/Antifa's number one target but does further criminalize vandalizing LGBT "flags," "paintings" and the Florida Holocaust memorial.
Was the bill just a bait and switch?
Was this the purpose of the bill from the very start?
Correction: Jerich is facing prospective "defacing a memorial" charges but hasn't been charged yet. The felony is from the "evidence of prejudice" charge.
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