Florida Governor Ron DeSantis certainly likes to keep the Dems guessing.
Without a doubt, he most likely enraged them following his remarks on Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who is widely acknowledged to be the closest competitor to Biden.
Alas, the Dems, apparently hellbent on making Biden a puppet again, have largely dismissed RFK, Jr., especially as he has issued a number of remarks that make actual sense, especially with regards to mandatory vaccinations and other deeply troubling intrusions into Americans’ health and well-being.
However, RFK’s proclamations are precisely what cause people to begin thinking which is why Clay Travis of Outkick asked DeSantis whether or not he might consider Kennedy as a running mate.
DeSantis demurred, noting that RFK still holds a very liberal track record on a number of issues, such as affirmative action, suggesting that it might be an “issue” making RFK a vice presidential candidate.
“In terms of being veep, if there’s 70 percent of the issues that he may be averse to our base on, that just creates an issue,” DeSantis remarked carefully.
However, DeSantis also recognizes the value of RFK as well, in particular RFK’s vehement opposition to all things Fauci.
Which is precisely why the Florida governor suggested that RFK may well serve as part of his administration, chiefly overseeing the increasingly corrupt FDA and even more corrupt CDC.
“If you’re president, sic him on the FDA if he’d be willing to serve. Or sic him on CDC,” DeSantis declared.
Seriously. If RFK, Jr. had been overseeing the FDA before, then there is no way the vaccine would have gotten rapid approval.
Indeed, a couple of FDA executives with a conscience resigned after being pressured into pushing a “booster plan” that the Biden regime commanded them to endorse, which is rather troubling, to put it mildly.
Effectively, the White House could care less about “booster” safety and was all about ensuring Americans kept being pumped with chemicals.
Kind of like the hormones being pumped into confused teenagers now, which is another way in which Big Pharma has profited, big time, from the Biden regime.
For that reason, RFK’s stance against Fauci is especially compelling to DeSantis and other thinking voters, especially as RFK made it clear he would be completely in favor of prosecuting Fauci if indisputable evidence of wrongdoing surfaced.
“If there were crimes that he committed, of course, I would tell the attorney general to prosecute him, not hold off,” RFK declared.
RFK also noted that Americans suffered due to being blocked from receiving help earlier on.
“We only have 4.2% of the globe’s population, but we had 16% of the COVID deaths in this country and that was from bad policy … There are countries that did the opposite of what we did that provided Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, other early treatments to their populations and had 1/200th of our death rate. There are many, many things we did wrong in our country and some of those were I would say…some of the things that were done by health officials at that time, that they knew they would be harmful,” RFK continued.
In other words, RFK is calling a spade a spade, especially as far as Fauci has raked in multiple millions from the crisis.
Little wonder that DeSantis wants to abolish a number of useless federal agencies if he were to become president.
“We would do Education, we would do Commerce, we’d do Energy, and we would do IRS … If Congress will work with me on doing that, we’ll be able to reduce the size and scope of government … If Congress won’t go that far, I’m going to use those agencies to push back against woke ideology and against the leftism that we see creeping into all institutions of American life,” DeSantis declared.
And, in light of the IRS’s despicable shenanigans with the Bidens, not to mention its consistent targeting of conservatives, DeSantis is clearly keen to dismantle the rather corrupt agency.
Especially given the current punitive tax system, wherein a huge percentage of the American population pays zero percent in federal taxes.
“I would be welcoming to take this tax system, chuck it out the window and do something that’s more favorable to the average folks,” DeSantis mused.
So would every working American.
Author: Jane Jones