CNN reported that while Donald Trump, expectedly, holds the lead in New Hampshire Republican circles, Ron DeSantis keeps dropping like dead weight. He now shares the stage evenly unpopular with three other candidates in Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Chris Christie. How are those anti-abortion, anti-woke, and anti-black schemes working out for you, Governor? Between Donald Trump’s attacks and Ron DeSantis extreme policies literally sinking his presidential run, the DeSantis campaign wheels are coming off while the world watches live and in slow motion.
Here is our free advice, Governor. The more you assail other people’s ideologies and opinions, the less attractive you look to the voters. It’s only a no-brainer for all of America, but apparently not to you and your “yes” staff.
Ron, however, is not to blame for his disgraceful sky fall. Credit his wife Casey DeSantis with zero experience running a presidential campaign for sinking her own husband. He embraced her ideas wholeheartedly, and he is paying the price for hiring her to be his chief strategist. To the peril of his own campaign, and possibly the Florida Governorship by 2026.
Incidentally, we have a burning question to ask. How did our country manage to score the two worst men running for the GOP ticket in 2024? From the outside, it looks like we deserve what we got.
Ron DeSantis is too petty and too small for that job. Just ask Disney, the LGBTQ community, black Floridians, and women in general.
THE WORST IS YET TO COME
Meanwhile, the DeSantis campaign is betting on more extremist enclaves, like Iowa, to bounce back. The problem with that reliance is that Donald Trump has a chokehold on the Evangelical conservatives in the Midwest and the South. So, the worst is yet to come. We believe Ron DeSantis would be scoring in the low 3% approval rating or voter commitment points by the spring of 2024.
The concern with DeSantis six weeks’ anti-abortion ban, and anti-woke stratagem is that he cannot walk them back. These two policies have become Ron DeSantis tattoos, and like tattoos, they are immovable, and non-erasable. They have been baked into the conscious of the voters for eternity. There is no walking back, this ogre riding on his shoulders.
So, even if Ron DeSantis resets his campaign for the 20th times, voters know that what he stands for, and they will continue to reject his radical ideas rolling back the clock of time on women’s rights and voting rights.
We have said it before, and we would like to repeat it again. We believe Ron DeSantis should simply pull out of the race. He is becoming a national embarrassment. How low must he sink before he realizes he will never, ever, and we mean for eternity, become the President of the United States.