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Florida Legislation Cancels Democrats For Slavery Support

Florida Politics reports Florida state Sen. Blaise Ingoglia has introduced the “Ultimate Cancel Act,” which would eliminate all political parties that once supported slavery as part of its platform.

The Democratic Party adopted pro-slavery positions in their platforms during the conventions of 1840, 1844, 1856, 1860 and 1864, Ingoglia noted. While “Democratic Party” isn’t mentioned in the bill, Ingoglia said that’s his target, according to Mike Wright’s reporting.


“For years now, leftist activists have been trying to ‘cancel’ people and companies for things they have said or done in the past. This includes the removal of statues and memorials, and the renaming of buildings,” he said. “Using this standard, it would be hypocritical not to cancel the Democratic Party itself for the same reason.”


The proposed legislation (SB 1248) would switch Democratic voters to no-party voters or give them the option of choosing another party.


Mr. Wright reported according to state Senator Ingoglia’s bill, the Division of Elections would decertify any political party that has “previously advocated for, or been in support of, slavery or involuntary servitude.”


Registered voters of that party would receive notices from the state that their party has been “canceled” and that they’re now no-party voters.


As for the canceled Democratic Party, it could re-register with the state so long as the name is “substantially different from the name of any other party previously registered.”


Ingoglia said Democrats should be called upon to face their past.


"The reason behind filing this bill is that I was tired of Leftist Democrats canceling people, places, and things for occurrences that happened centuries ago regarding slavery," Ingoglia told Fox News Digital. "I always thought it was hypocritical that members of the Democrat Party would cancel others under those auspices, fully knowing that under the same metric their party should be canceled itself for years and decades of advocating a pro-slavery position in their own party platform."


“Some people want to have ‘uncomfortable conversations’ about certain subjects,” he said. “Let’s have those conversations.”


Christian Ziegler, chair of the Florida Republican Party, tweeted support for the legislation.

"If we are removing the names of Founding Fathers from monuments & schools, surely we should cancel political parties who have a deep history of protecting & promoting slavery. I endorse @GovGoneWild's legislation," Ziegler tweeted.


Similar legislation was introduced by former U.S. Representative Louie Gohmert in 2020.



  • Sen. Blaise Ingoglia

  • Ultimate Cancel Act

  • political parties that once supported slavery

  • Democratic Party

  • cancel culture

  • SB 1248

  • Division of Elections decertify party

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This would accomplish nothing other than making us "feel good." Those Democratic voters will still vote for Democrats. How about fielding better candidates than Dr. Oz or Herschel Walker. Both were terrible wannabes that cost the GOP the Senate. Winning elections should be the focus, not symbolic gestures like this.

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This is a great idea. While advocacy for slavery may not currently be in its official platform, the Democrat party still advocates for slavery. Nearly every big city in the country is run by Democrats and every one is just a populous plantation.

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What makes me smile about this proposed legislation is that it gives one last chance for any common sense Democrats to have an "ah-ha" moment. They failed to curb this Marxist erasure of American history (tearing down monuments across the nation) by their own party members. The sad reality is that very few of today's leaders in the modern Democrat Party would likely look in the mirror and have the level of self-realization we need to return to safety and normalcy nationally. Eliminating their once pro-slavery party would, in fact, force them to admit they are Communists.

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We do not need to be wasting our time with this tit-for-tat politics. We certainly do not need to be arguing over an institution that we (white males) ended over 160 years ago. Yes, slavery was bad, yes it was practiced all over the world and enjoyed by men and women throughout history. We recognized it was bad, we fixed it. Let's move on before the U.K. starts a war with Italy over the roman conquests and slavery. How are the budgets doing? Any success in eradicating the brain killing amoeba in FL? How are your railroad tracks? Are all of the alligators out of the swimming pools. Let's get these sexually explicit books out of your schools.…

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Assuming those in power follow that state constitution. Democrats do not and will not. Just watch what the next elected Democratic governor does when he takes over . . . !

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Mike M
Mike M
Mar 02, 2023

If the liberals were morally honest- which will never happen since it's absolutely impossible for a liberal to be morally honest in any way shape form or fashion- they would just go ahead and join the Communist Party and be done with it. Since all liberals are Communists at heart anyway it would be a natural fit for them.

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