In response to the proposed ban on gas stoves, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis unveiled a variety of products inspired by the appliances.
The conservative movement has responded to the comments made by Richard Trumca Jr., the commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Administration, regarding the hazards of gas stoves.
DeSantis' supporters unveiled various merchandise that poke fun at the proposed ban. The products featured a design that resembled the Gadsden flag.
When we say Don't Tread on Florida… that includes OUR GAS STOVES!
Show the Left that they're not taking those away from us anytime soon… Secure yours now ⬇️👀#AllGasNoBrakes https://t.co/cwpSmndZQf
— Team DeSantis 🐊 (@teamrondesantis) January 12, 2023
This apron, which is made in the U.S., features a yellow design that's inspired by the Revolutionary War flag. It also says "Don't Tread On Florida." The price of the item is $25.
So far, the design is only available on an apron.
Press secretary of the White House, Jean-Pierre, stated that Joe Biden does not support a ban on gas stoves.
"On Wednesday, Jean-Pierre stated that the president did not support a ban. She also stated that the CPSC, which is an independent agency, was not banning the use of gas stoves."
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Washington Examiner.