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Gov. Ron DeSantis Mocked For Comparing Reopening Schools To Shopping At Walmart

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis truly got schooled by Twitter users Thursday after he compared opening schools to the satisfaction of shopping at a big-box seller.

The Republican guv argued that range knowing has actually triggered Florida trainees to suffer an “education gap” and advised school districts to think about opening brick-and-mortar schools for the 2020-’21 scholastic year.

“I want our kids to be able to minimize this education gap that I think has developed,” DeSantis stated, according to regional station WPTV. He added: “In spite of good efforts with the online, it’s just not the same. So I worry about that gap.”

The state has 232,718 validated cases of COVID-19 since Thursday– a boost of 8,935 cases from the day in the past– however DeSantis attempted to lessen the threat of direct exposure kids may deal with.

“If you can do Home Depot, if you can do Walmart, if you can do these things, you absolutely can do the schools,” the guv stated.

“If you can do Home Depot, if you can do Walmart, you can definitely do the schools.” pic.twitter.com/RwGgyHs93 y

— Daniel Uhlfelder (@DWUhlfelderLaw) July 9,2020

However numerous Twitter users weren’t impressed by DeSantis’ contrast– for apparent factors.

Did I in some way miss out on the true Home Depot experience? I didn’t recognize Home Depot loaded 35 people together in a space for 6 hours a day. #ThursdayThoughts https://t.co/qYrvw0FoeU

— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) July 9,2020

Does Ron Desantis invest 6 hours in Home Depot and play tag with his fellow consumers? https://t.co/5bV6zyeYrg

— Michael Cohen (@speechboy71) July 9,2020

Are people hanging out at Home Depot and Walmart from 8am-2pm 5 days a week?

— Coronavirus Mask Force (@Tricia_Braun) July 9,2020

And do they crowd together chewing out each other? Do they all share product? Do they hold each other and play games together? Do they share sweet? Do they clean snot on each other at these stores?
It’s not an appropriate contrast & & he understands it however he’s got to press the narrative pic.twitter.com/ksRwQShYEU

— Liz ☠ ⚓( @lizazzzl) July 9,2020 If Home Depot loaded 35 people into aspace 1% the size of theirstores for 6 hours,

— JRehling( @JRehling) July 9,2020

Schools are going to provide education curbside this fall?

— LadyLiberty2016( @LadyLiberty_ 16) July 9,2020

Who amongst us hasn’t invested throughout the day sitting at a desk in Home Depot, with somebody breathing COVID-19 on us?

Actually …Ron DeSantis is THE most dumb Florida Male. https://t.co/WNB77gJa4A

— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) July 9,2020

However while numerous Twitter users were content to call out DeSantis for trying to put the lives of Florida trainees at threat of contracting COVID-19, a minimum of someone had a more pushing issue about the guv.

I understand there are more crucial things occurring however whenever I see Ron DeSantis I am sidetracked by the reality that he looks like a second grader dressed for their first communion https://t.co/yFhcOqRifu

— Tim Miller (@Timodc) July 9,2020

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