In the short history of Ron DeSantis turbulent Presidential campaign, one entry will become the milestone of his most important failure. That entry is the fight he picked up against Disney. The DeSantis foolish Disney fight, we believe, will unravel his political career and will set him gallivanting into the sunset by next year, at the most. In fact, his whole campaign, so far, reminds us of Dan Quayle’s. Just a bad character in pursuit of a good office.
In an CNBC interview, DeSantis sent very clear signals he wants Disney to drop its lawsuit. Suddenly, it dawned on this impulsive extremist that if Disney wins, he could face much more scrutiny than he ever had. Especially among Floridians who will begin to question his leadership. Or a national Presidential stage, which has no tolerance for dictatorial tendencies.
Losing to Disney in a court of law could mean his Presidential ambitions are dead; but more importantly, it could derail his governorship re-election in the future as well. It could literally end Ron DeSantis, the politician.
Who would trust an impulsive politician driven by revenge and retaliation, and then losing BIG when challenged?
Everything we know so far about this man, from his impulsive anger to his extremist policies most Americans refute, makes it clear he is not as intelligent as we think he is.
SUDDENLY IT DAWNED ON DESANTIS
Steve Benen describes the Disney lawsuit Ron DeSantis triggered in an article for MSNBC in which he wrote:
Benen writing about DeSantis’ “Inability to think a few moves ahead” is the worst criticism we read so far. Of all the bad things many have written to describe Ron DeSantis and his extremist policies, nothing is worse than to say he cannot think a few steps ahead. This sentence locks the governor into a cage of idiots. Bravo Benen!
Best of all, this description is true. What in the hell was he thinking, picking a fight with a giant of industry run by a CEO known for his intelligence? Going forward, look for DeSantis head wobbling rapidly sideways every time someone mentions the word “Disney”.
Everything we know so far about this man, from his impulsive anger to his extremist ideas that most Americans refute, makes it clear he is not as intelligent as we think he is. He is also unfit to become a president with a Trump wannabe attitude.
Perhaps he is truly a descendant of Benito Mussolini.