No one can question that Americans know a great deal about Donald Trump and his sick personality. Pick any article about him, and you are bound to learn nothing new. But when it comes to Ron DeSantis’ own skeleton closet, the public has yet to be privy to that truth. We have a preview of the DeSantis policies, but we know very little about all the wrongs he did, all the lies he told, and all the illegal acts he may have allegedly committed over the last 20 years of his life. So, watch for the dirt on DeSantis filling thousands of pages of reporting when the right time comes. Today, no one is willing to expose him that early in the campaign.
For instance, we know very little about his work at Guantánamo advising the Seal Team One, some of which are probably highly classified that would never see the light of day. Even if his actions broke the law that he swore to uphold.
We can assure you that between the Trump and the Biden campaigns, someone is digging for that dirt.
A TORTURE WATCHER
One of the Guantánamo detainees wrote an article about DeSantis, describing him as telling the inmates that he was there to observe adherence to the Geneva Convention. That was in the morning. In the afternoon, he would watch passively the torture of the same inmates. That’s Ron DeSantis interpretation of the Geneva Convention.
His observations and apathy may have won him kudos with the intelligence community, but, unlike Trump, this may also not sit well with some intel people who are more answerable to the law.
What else has he done, as a lawyer, that would warrant an honest scrutiny at the national level? Did he not just send his staff to shakedown the lobbyists, who have business with his administration, for political donations to his campaign? This dubious and highly unethical behavior may just be the tip of the iceberg for the real DeSantis. The one he and his wife are trying hard to keep buried.
Furthermore, as the founding member of the Freedom Caucus in Congress, an extremist group that would have torpedoed the debt bill had the Democrats not joined with moderate Republicans to pass it, Ron DeSantis is an extremist among the most extreme.
And because his lack of a personal touch rubbed people the wrong way, they would be willing to spill the beans on matters and issues DeSantis may want to keep buried. We can assure you that between the Trump and the Biden campaigns, someone is digging for that dirt.
Of all people, she knows where he and his wife buried their skeletons.
WATCH FOR THE DIRT ON DESANTIS
Prior to the nomination, there are three campaigns Ron DeSantis must survive before he can claim the right to his throne. One pegs him against Donald Trump directly as he fights to overcome Trump’s popularity and charisma. Another pegs him against all the other trailing candidates who are trying to take his second place in the polls behind Trump. And a third pegs him against the media digging deep into his background for any unethical or illegal activity he may have engaged in.
Any three of these concerns may expose him. But none is willing to bring forth the information before the beginning of next spring to time it with the mid-July GOP convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In other words, the candidates and the media have at least nine months to find the dirt on Ron DeSantis. The most important of which, we believe, might come from the Trump campaign who employs Susie Wiles, a former campaign manager to Ron DeSantis. Of all people, she knows where he and his wife buried their skeletons.
So, watch for the dirt on DeSantis coming soon. How significant depends on how corrupt he is.