Wendy Rogers Applauds Ron DeSantis For Firing the ‘Soros Prosecutor’ and Wants the Left-Wing Billionaire to be Arrested

Arizona GOP State Senator Wendy Rogers applauded Ron DeSantis for firing the “Soros prosecutor” and wants the left-wing billionaire to be arrested as well.

In a tweet today, Rogers declared, “.@GovRonDeSantis firing the Soros prosecutor in Tampa was very strong.”

“That is an #UltraMAGA move. These are the types of #FullBlownMAGA moves we need to make. #UltraBased,” Rogers urged.

On Thursday, Rogers responded to a tweet from Jack Posobiec where he shared an article from Zero Hedge that reported that DeSantis sent “Cops To Physically Remove Suspended ‘Soros-Backed’ State Attorney.”

“This is a good move. We need more of this. Also, let’s arrest Soros himself next time he sets foot in America,” Rogers insisted.

Previously, we reported on Thursday that DeSantis suspended State Attorney Andrew Warren.

DeSantis announced, “We are suspending Soros-backed 13th circuit state attorney Andrew Warren for neglecting his duties as he pledges not to uphold the laws of the state.”

“The constitution of Florida has vested the veto power in the governor, not in state attorneys. We are not going to allow this pathogen that’s been around the country of ignoring the law. We are not going to let that get a foothold here in the state of Florida. We are going to make sure that our laws are enforced and that no individual prosecutor puts himself above the law, and I can tell you the states and the localities that have allowed this to happen, they are ruing the day,” said DeSantis.

“You want to know why some people are moving to Florida? Because their communities are no longer safe, thanks to prosecutors that think they know better than the people’s representatives and they get to pick and choose which laws that they’re enforcing.”

DeSantis highlighted pledges that Warren had made to not enforce laws against pediatric child transgender surgeries or those who perform them. Florida currently doesn’t have any laws currently on the books but if they were to legislate them Warren wouldn’t enforce them.

He also made another pledge not to enforce abortion laws that would restrict abortion rights. Florida does have a law on the books that Warren refuses to enforce.

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