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Rogan Praises DeSantis For Leading The Fight Against Home Squatters: ‘Every State’ Should Do This

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Podcast host Joe Rogan praised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for passing legislation cracking down on home squatting.

Rogan highlighted recent national stories about squatters stealing homes in order to commend DeSantis for signing a bill that increased protections for homeowners against squatters.

The new law allows homeowners to more quickly remove squatters from their property without going through courts.

“It’s a lot of states, but it’s not in Florida. And Florida, they’re like [expletive] you,” Rogan said. “Like DeSantis just had a little press conference yesterday about it. And he’s like, ‘in Florida, that does not fly.’ You know, there’s no way anyone’s gonna squat in your house in Florida. Which is what people want to hear. You know, nobody wants their [expletive], look, if you work really hard, you get a house and you have a second house. You can use it as a rental property or whatever, you’re trying to make some money. And then someone takes over that and the system works for them and not for you? There’s a big difference between tenants and squatters. And if you can’t make that differentiation, we got a real problem.”

Rogan argued this should be the standard everywhere as it upholds common sense that no one should be able to steal someone else’s home, just as they cannot steal a car or clothes.

He said preventing victimization and criminal empowerment through strong property rights enforcement is a simple matter of law and order needed for a peaceful society, not a partisan issue.

“It’s just I don’t understand why there’s so many laws that have been around for so long, that when you see common sense solutions, like Ron DeSantis saying, ‘No, you can’t do that. Stop. That’s not going to happen in Florida,’” he later added. “That should be every state, they should say ‘no, you can’t steal people’s houses’. That should be simple.”

“That has nothing to do with being Democrat or Republican. It’s like stealing property, just like no one should be able to steal your car. No one should be able to steal your clothes, they shouldn’t be able to steal your house, it seems that’s logical. It has nothing to do with racism or xenophobia or white privilege or any of these dumb things they try to attach to this. It’s just law and order. We have to have a set of laws that we all abide by. If we’re going to have a peaceful society where you don’t create victims, and you don’t empower criminals. And the fact that that is complicated in 2024 is so strange to me,” Rogan said.

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