Judge hands Ron DeSantis a huge victory in his court battle against far-Left radicals

Ron DeSantis is a rising star within the Republican Party.

Much of his ascension has been due to his willingness to fight the culture war in an intelligent manner.

And a judge just handed Ron DeSantis a huge victory in his court battle against far-Left radicals.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is providing a roadmap for other red state governors.

He is taking on far-left activists head on, which is why he is so despised by the so-called mainstream media.

The press had a fit when DeSantis announced the Stop Wrongs To Our Kids and Employees (WOKE) Act, which essentially stopped the application of critical race theory (CRT) in education and organizations.

Opponents sought an injunction to halt the Stop WOKE Act on First Amendment grounds, but a Florida court just announced that the DeSantis administration did not not violate the injunction as that legal battle continues.

U.S. District Judge Mark Walker ruled, “Although this court would not hesitate to compel compliance with its preliminary injunction, this court finds there has been no violation of the injunction at this time.”

DeSantis administrators’ memo central to Stop WOKE Act opponents’ complaint

Leftists argued that Chris Spencer, DeSantis’s head of the Office of Policy and Budget, violated the injunction when he issued a memo to colleges and universities within the state.

Spencer’s memo called for colleges to “provide a comprehensive list of all staff, programs and campus activities related to diversity, equity and inclusion and critical race theory.”

The battle over the radical doctrine of Critical Race Theory (CRT) has heated up over the past few years.

What was once an obscure legal theory rooted in neo-Marxist critical theory became a hot topic of discussion after conservatives revealed CRT had spread everywhere.

Democrats and their media allies played the double game of saying CRT was not being taught, but also it’s good that it’s being taught.

Leftists and some nonpartisan free speech advocates have argued that banning CRT is a violation of the First Amendment.

However, the teaching of CRT is not the problem; it’s the application of CRT in colleges and universities.

For example, colleges are allowed to teach religion, but they are not allowed to force students to pray or repent their sins.

CRT workshops and activities constantly call on participants—often compelled attendees—to confess their privilege and commit to diversity, inclusion, and equity.

Schools have been caught literally segregating classes by race, and denouncing the white students while causing the nonwhite students to feel shame.

DeSantis is right to stop CRT from being applied.

Schools are still free to teach it, but should not be forcing students and employees to live by it.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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