Of the course of the interview, Gruters laid out the importance of the bill, and what it could mean for Florida, as well as the rest of the country. He touted Governor Ron DeSantis' leadership as a primary factor for the bill's support, and said the potential law is about doing the right thing for the state of Florida.
"It all comes down to leadership, and we're so fortunate to have America's number one governor, Ron DeSantis, leading the charge," Gruters said at the beginning of the interview. "This bill has stalled for years in Florida, and it's his leadership -- he was elected last year -- he's made it a priority. And really people have come together to do the right thing for Florida," the Chairman of Republican Party of Florida continued.
During the interview, Gruters also laid the framework of the bill, and what it seeks to accomplish.
"It's all about doing the right thing for Floridians overall. This is not about immigration policy, that's done at the federal level. This is about enforcing the laws that exists"
"Basically, what our bill does is defines what a sanctuary city is, and number two it prohibits local governments from passing laws that prohibits cooperation with federal immigration authorities and laws."
Gruters also blamed Democrats for their rhetoric and numerous attempts to break the law. The Florida lawmaker said the proposal is "common sense," and is about "doing the right thing."
You can watch the entire interview by skipping ahead to 2:10 in the video above.