Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says he’ll pardon residents charged with breaking COVID-19 protocols

 

The former Broward County gym owners were arrested last summer on three different occasions for defying COVID-19 mandates, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. The couple eventually had their gym closed down following warnings from local police.
In July 2020, Mike filed a civil lawsuit against the county seeking relief from the emergency order, which prohibited most gatherings, instated a curfew and enforced social distancing, the Sentinel reported.

“As soon as I heard that Mike and Jillian Carnevale were facing criminal penalties, like possible jail time, for not requiring masks at their gym I stepped in to shield them from this local government overreach,” DeSantis tweeted on Thursday, alongside a video of his Fox News appearance.

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