Ron DeSantis offers to run a boat to the Bahamas to pick up unvaxxed Novak Djokivic for the Miami Open
· · Mar 9, 2023 ·

The world's greatest tennis player, Novak Djokovic, has been in a standoff for more than a year with the Biden administration because of our nation's draconian and backward Covid vaccine requirements.

We are the only nation in the world still requiring foreign visitors to be vaxxed against Covid, and since the tennis star refuses the jab, Biden and the jokers in charge of our health administration are banning him from entering the country.

This event is being held in Miami, so you knew the governor of Florida, our boy Ronny D, was not going to be silent on the matter. He released this statement Tuesday condemning the Biden admin:

But since then, DeSantis and his team have apparently come up with another plan.

The governor offered to run a boat from Miami to the Bahamas, just so Djokovic could enter the country and compete fair and square in the Miami open.

From Insider:

"I would run a boat from the Bahamas here for him, I would do that a hundred percent," DeSantis said.

"But I think his people are looking at it, and I'm not sure that's the way they want to come into the country, which I understand. I think it'll be a great moment, but you know, nevertheless," DeSantis added, to laughter from his audience.

DeSantis also argued that Djokovic is being discriminated against for choosing to be unvaccinated. DeSantis said Djokovic "poses zero risk" to the US and the state of Florida, because the tennis player has already had COVID-19 and should have a natural immunity to the virus.

DeSantis still seems to be the only Republican who gives a dang about how the federal government is handling Covid.

But someone needs to tell Djokovic that if the boat thing doesn't work out he should fly into Mexico and just stroll across the Texas border. I'm pretty sure he would even receive a free phone, prepaid debit card, and flight to the city of his choice!


There are 25 comments on this article.

Ready to join the conversation? Start your free trial today.

Access comments and our fully-featured social platform, completely free of charge.

Sign up Now
App screenshot

You must signup or login to view or post comments on this article.