Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is clearly irritated at the mainstream media attempting to generate a civil war between himself and former President Donald Trump, especially in the wake of Trump’s declaration that he would run for the presidency in 2024.
Almost immediately, the media began to whip up increasingly incendiary rumors about the alleged competition between Trump and DeSantis, right after DeSantis won the gubernatorial race in Florida by a staggering 19 points.
And, as a true public servant, DeSantis is currently committed to the stewardship of the sunshine state, not the antics of the media.
“We just finished this election, okay? People just need to chill out a little bit on some of this stuff. I mean, seriously, we just ran an election. We have this Georgia runoff coming, which is very important for Republicans to win that Georgia runoff,” DeSantis declared.
In other words, DeSantis isn’t falling for the easy distraction of a phony “civil war” when the Georgia Senate runoffs pose a very real test for conservatives in the Peach State.
After all, it is surprising that Republicans did not acquire far more seats in the House and Senate, especially given the rather terrible economic conditions.
“I mean, I know around the country, Florida was kind of the biggest bright spot, it was not so bright in many other parts of the country. It was a substandard performance given the dynamics that are at play,” DeSantis added.
One can only hope that the dynamics will be even clearer to voters by 2024, which will provide them with another opportunity to vote the insanity out of office.
And an excellent blueprint for that is being laid in the increasingly red state of Florida.
“So at the end of the day, I think what we showed in Florida is just produce results, lead with conviction. I never put my finger in the wind or took polls, I just did what I thought that was right. But what the election gives us the opportunity to do is to continue to deliver. And so we’re going to continue to deliver, we’re not going to look back. And I think that that’s very, very significant,” DeSantis asserted.
It’s also very, very significant that both Biden and the hair gel obsessed Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, perceive DeSantis as an enormous threat, as their insults of the Florida Governor merely amplify his reputation amongst conservatives.
“But what I think Florida has shown is that, you look at all the problems that the country is having with the inflation, the open border, all these different things, a lot of failures. Florida is an example that you know what, you can get the big things right, you can get things right,” DeSantis continued.
It would be nice to see Florida replicated on a national level, which would certainly signal greater strength to foreign adversaries than the current nonsense emanating from the White House.
DeSantis delivered American people-first commentary, whereas the media continues to deliver the reverse.
Just consider the absurd commentary from ABC “legal analyst” Sunny Hostin, who is whipping up rumors of an alleged indictment of Trump.
“I’ve spoken to my former colleagues, some of them at the Justice Department, and of course, they can’t say much, but the word out in the streets that he has 30 to 90 days until some sort of indictment is put out there. Right? That’s the word on the streets. I could be wrong, but that’s what I have heard from my federal prosecutor friends,” Hostin asserted.
Sure, Hostin, sure. Way to somewhat recuse yourself as well, specifically by saying, “I could be wrong.”
The mainstream media is oftentimes wrong, which is precisely why patriots like DeSantis continue to justifiably gather steam.
“You know, the good thing about winning a big victory, we’ve got super majorities in the legislature now, and really, I think have an opportunity to continue great momentum,” DeSantis mused.
May that momentum begin sooner rather than later, especially amid increased global turmoil …
Author: Jane Jones