DeSantis Scores Major Legal Victory, US Appeals Court Rules Against Cruise Ship Restrictions from CDC

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A U.S. appeals court reversed its decision, thereby preventing the CDC from enforcing restrictions on Florida Cruise ships.

This is a major victory for Florida and Governor Ron DeSantis.

The court is prohibiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from enforcing coronavirus restrictions on Florida cruise ships.

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta voted 2-1 to block the lower court’s order against the CDC, but then this was reversed.

“Well this is… odd,” Legal analyst and professor Steven Vladeck admits.

“The Eleventh Circuit, entirely on its own, has reversed its decision from Saturday night and put *back* into place a district court injunction against CDC’s cruise ship restrictions. Earlier today, Florida had asked #SCOTUS to reverse the Court of Appeals.”

Legal analysts also say this court’s injunction now takes precedence and the CDC rules are “back to being voluntary.”

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The three-judge 11th Circuit panel unanimously agreed that the earlier order needed to be withdrawn because the government had “failed to demonstrate an entitlement to a stay pending appeal.”

Earlier in the day, Florida had filed an emergency petition to the Supreme Court asking for the high court to lift the order that was ultimately reversed.

“Florida is all but guaranteed to lose yet another summer cruise season while the CDC pursues its appeal,” the state said in the Supreme Court filing.

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The state of Florida argued in the filing that tens of millions of dollars in tax and port revenues have been lost due to the CDC’s restrictions.


TRENDING 👇 Disturbing Video Surfaces Of Hunter Biden Allegedly Smoking Crack

As the son of the president, this is an embarrassment for the country.

It has been widely reported by Business Insider and many others that Hunter Biden would admittedly smoke “more Parmesan cheese than anyone” while searching for crack cocaine. He would smoke “anything that even remotely resembled crack cocaine.”

Hunter also said that he once went 13 days without sleeping, “smoking crack and drinking vodka exclusively throughout that entire time.” Hunter’s wild lifestyle also led him to a strip club visit in 2018 that resulted in the conception of his 4th child.

Then Hunter spent a year denying that this child was his, but paternity tests proved otherwise. A judge ordered him to pay child support and for the state of Arkansas to re-write the birth certificate. In 2016, Hunter managed to avoid crack cocaine charges despite allegedly returning a vehicle to Hertz rental car office in Arizona that contained his personal items, including his driver’s license and a crack pipe with a white powdery substance. The prosecutor’s office shamefully turned down the case.

Now videos are beginning to surface. It comes as no surprise that Hunter is morally bankrupt, but graphic videos depicting his life make it even worse. Watch for yourself:

*Warning: Viewer discretion is advised.*