Washington Post Doing Their Best To Discredit Florida Governor DeSantis’s Response To Condo Collapse, Fact Check Proves Their Claims FALSE

Post reporter Hannah Dreier tweeted that the Governor had not given permission for FEMA aid

Credit: The Post Millennial


In the wake of the partial collapse of a Surfside, Florida condo building Thursday, establishment media has been quick to denounce Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ seemingly slow response. Documents reveal that the blame should not fall at his feet.

The Washington Post’s Hannah Dreier posted to Twitter a FEMA report on the incident which came out during the morning hours of Thursday. It states that at that time, no requests for state for FEMA assistance had been made.

“FEMA was ready to deploy to the condo collapse almost immediately, and included the crisis in its daily briefing, but didn’t get permission from Gov. DeSantis to get on the ground for a full day,” wrote Dreier.

In order for state or FEMA assistance to be requested, a chain of command has to be followed. A Governor has to make the request for aid.

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