Ron DeSantis shows the explicit pornography found in the books he removed from schools

On a video, the governor of Florida showed some of the large amount of inappropriate content that was found.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis released an explicit video Wednesday in which he showed some books with pornographic, violent and inappropriate content that were found inside the state's public schools.

In view of the accusations that arose on the part of the left against the Governor over the alleged widespread "book ban" in Florida's public school system, DeSantis decided to hold a press conference showing the number of books with explicit content found in Florida's public school system.

"Exposing the ‘book ban’ hoax is important because it reveals that some are attempting to use our schools for indoctrination," the Governor said, noting that much inappropriate material has crept into children's classrooms and libraries.

"Florida is the education state and that means providing students with a quality education free from sexualization and harmful materials that are not age appropriate," he said.

In the five-minute video shared by Ron DeSantis there are pages of books with scenes such as: a group of boys masturbating together and being pressured to ejaculate into a bottle, young men going to a penis-shaped island, descriptive images of how women and men masturbate, an entire section on anal sex, and even a guide that encourages minors to send explicit photos not including faces, birthmarks and/or scars.

"These books are clearly not just conversation starters about the birds and the bees, they are pushing an agenda," the video states.

DeSantis explained that 89% of the books they removed from schools contained material that was classified as pornographic or inappropriate for the level that had access to them.

"If these materials are not appropriate to show on the news, are they appropriate for children to be reading?" commented Bryan Griffin, DeSantis' press secretary.