Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, much like top GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, does not hold back when it comes to ultra-feckless globalists.
Indeed, DeSantis recently lashed out at the United Nations (UN), which has predictably mimicked woke college students by demanding an immediate “ceasefire” in Gaza, fresh after a horrific terrorist attack unfolded against Israel.
Recently, the UN General Assembly voted 120 to 14 to call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, a move that will surely be cheered by pro-terrorist universities.
However, it is a move most decidedly not embraced by DeSantis.
“So, wait a minute, Israelis can be massacred and cold blood, butchered, raped, mutilated, burned – and yet, somehow, they’re not supposed to respond? I mean, give me a break,” DeSantis remarked in disgust.
Imagine everyone demanding for the United States to have a “ceasefire” with the Taliban right after 9/11. Hardly a practical solution.
Especially as that “ceasefire” will just provide terrorists with even more time to launch a total assault against nations they clearly wish to destroy, alongside a coordinated disinformation campaign.
“That organization, the United Nations, is a mess. It is a total worthless disaster. Why we’re funding that I don’t know. But that was disgraceful,” DeSantis remarked in disgust.
Yes, it is. Much like the World Health Organization (WHO) was proven to be in the wake of COVID.
“What an absolute disgrace … And then to do a moral equivalency and to call for a ceasefire,” DeSantis continued.
Absolutely. After all, the IDF dropped countless flyers urging Gazan citizens to leave, though Hamas likely thwarted these efforts.
After all, Hamas is known for turning hospitals into bomb storage facilities, and the terrorist group has absolutely zero qualms about using its own citizens as human shields.
DeSantis also zeroed in directly on funding for the globalist organization, noting that the
UN has become a “den” in which “bad actors in the world get together and misbehave.”
“I think that it is not an organization that’s produced good … It’s become kind of a den with a lot of the bad actors in the world that get together and misbehave. So how is that advancing U.S. interests?” DeSantis mused.
Simple answer: It isn’t.
Heck, China and Russia still serve as two of the five UN permanent security members, for crying out loud.
Little wonder the organization didn’t bother to condemn the terrorist attacks, in the wake of that knowledge.
“And the fact that they couldn’t even agree to condemn the Hamas attacks, and you had so many defections on that. You know, it shows you that this is an organization that – I don’t know that they ever had a good strong way forward – but clearly, now they’ve just lost any moral authority and it’s a total farce,” DeSantis added.
When queried about whether or not he would cease funding to the UN if he were to become president, DeSantis did not equivocate.
“Absolutely,” the Sunshine State governor declared.
Absolutely yet another reason to consider DeSantis for president at some point in the future.
Author: Ofelia Thornton