DeSantis Declares New Song That Praises Him And Attacks Fauci To Be “Song Of The Summer” 

Florida Politics reports:

On Friday, Gov. Ron DeSantis offered some insight into his musical tastes, with a collaboration on what he suggested might be the “song of the summer.”

The Governor appeared on “Fox and Friends,” where he helped to promote a song called “Sweet Florida” by Van Zant, a mid-tempo Southern rock tune that extolls DeSantis’ performance in office and seems to be the official campaign anthem of the Governor’s re-election effort.

The lyrics, enthused host Steve Doocy, were “highlighting the leadership of DeSantis and his efforts to keep Florida free.”

Fox News reports:

“Sweet Florida” highlights DeSantis’ efforts to keep Florida free, written by Johnny Van Zant, lead vocalist of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and his brother Donnie Van Zant of 38 Special. “We got to thank Governor DeSantis for standing and believing for what he believes…he’s been a great governor for us,” Johnny told “Fox & Friends” Friday.

The Van Zant brothers were born in Jacksonville and emphasized that DeSantis stands for everything that they believe in. The lyrics by Johnny and Donnie Van Zant reflect their perspectives of the Florida governor as they show their utmost support for DeSantis.

“He stands up for what he believes. So don’t come down here trying to change things we’re doing all right in the Sunshine State. Stay out of our business. Leave our governor alone.”<noscript>Watch the latest video at <a href=””></a></noscript&gt;

2 thoughts on “DeSantis Declares New Song That Praises Him And Attacks Fauci To Be “Song Of The Summer” 

  1. I grew up listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd. Helluva band. An influence in my style of play.

    I am now freaking done with Skynyrd and the Van Zants.

    I had to let Ted Nugent go several years back, when I found out he was a right wing nut job from hell. I guess the lesson is with music, you really can’t tell how your much loved band’s members are dogdamned idiots until they put the instuments down and open their mouths to speak.

    I liked it better when I lived under a rock and didn’t know.

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    1. Hello Shelldigger. It is sad to see our artist do something we object to. I struggled with listening to music I liked that Jackson had done, because of creditable accusations against him. I have learned to separate the artist from the art. What I do now is not buy the music or movie but if it is on the radio or on a service I already subscribe to, I will enjoy it. So maybe you could listen to the work by these people you enjoy when you hear it but just make clear you do not support them. Best wishes.


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