A character in a fictional legal drama series produced by CBS and streaming on Paramount Plus accuses Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) of being a gay sexual predator who raped him.
In the season finale of courtroom drama “The Good Fight,” a recurring character seeks legal representation after he claims he interned on DeSantis’ staff and was sexually assaulted by the governor, who recently had a decisive victory in the Sunshine State.
The New York Post describes the lewd storyline fantasized by liberal show writers:
In a clip widely shared online, the episode features the main character Diane Lockhart, played by Christine Baranski, meeting with Felix Staples, a flamboyant, gay provocateur who has made appearances in earlier seasons of the long-running show. In a conference room surrounded by lawyers, Staples claims that he was sexually assaulted by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who forced him to have oral sex following a CPAC conference while interning for his office.
Diane immediately dismisses the accusation as politically motivated “bulls—” despite Staples claiming to have DNA proof. The lawyers spend the episode gathering evidence to expose Staples for lying. He eventually confesses to fabricating the allegations to tarnish the Florida governor’s reputation, because it will put former President Trump “ahead in the polling” in 2024’s presidential race.
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