NYC Mayor Eric Adams Implements “Don’t Say Straight” Campaign to Lure Leftists From Florida

After Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill into law last week, at least twelve far-left activists in the state were up in arms declaring that the state has now cheated them out of their right to indoctrinate children without parental consent.

Many New Yorkers moved to Florida during the coronavirus pandemic due to then-mayor Bill DeBlasio’s radical lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and masking of two-year-olds in daycare. Current Mayor Eric Adams wants to assure them that “nothing has changed” and “we want you back.”

Nod Daily reached out to Adams and asked about a new campaign he’s implementing to lure ex-NYC Floridians back to the state. “We want to assure all of the former NYC residents that our leftist policies are still in place,” Adams told our reporter during a phone call, “and so long as I’m the mayor, I promise you that your toddlers will be masked up.”

Adams also told Nod Daily that they if former NYC residents would come back, they would be able to send their children to school and learn all about the private sex lives of their teachers. “This would be our top priority,” Adams assured us. “We have dubbed it the ‘Don’t Say Straight’ campaign.”

“If you come to NYC, you will be able to say anything you want, so long as it doesn’t contradict our radical leftist agenda.”