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Perennial political stuntman strikes holidays again

by carlislewillard

Local businessman Chaz Stevens, who received national attention after erecting a Festivus Pole as a counterpoint to religious holiday symbols on public property, has struck again at the corner of Hillsboro Boulevard and Federal Highway in Deerfield Beach. Next to a menorah and nativity scene, stands Stevens’ 7-foot corrugated plastic Gov. Ron DeSantis, decked in a bathrobe and hat.

This likeness shows the Governor in the same stance as Cousin Eddie, as played by Randy Quaid in iconic holiday film “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” It recalls the scene in which Cousin Eddie blithely empties a chemical toilet into a stormwater grate.

– Anne Geggis, Florida Politics

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