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BREAKING: DeSantis Has Trump Supporters REALLY Fired Up With These Latest Comments



Governor Ron DeSantis is running an absolutely disastrous presidential campaign, partly due to his unlikable personality, mostly due to his inability to siphon voters from Donald Trump.

His latest comments are NOT helping him.
Over the weekend, he told NBC News that he disagrees with the notion that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from then-President Donald Trump. Obviously, this is something Trump supporters have been very CLEAR about. We feel the election was not fairly run and there are plenty of questions to have about the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s 81 million votes. In fact, Trump himself is facing federal charges for maintaining these allegations.

But DeSantis just can’t stand to ruffle feathers in DC by expressing doubt about Biden’s big win. He said, “Whoever puts their hand on the Bible on Jan. 20 every four years is the winner.”

“Of course, he [Trump] lost. Joe Biden’s the president.”

In an apparent attempt to straddle the line between both sides, although not with much finesse, he elaborated further by stating, “I think what people in the media and elsewhere want to act like somehow this was just like the perfect election.”

“I don’t think it was a well-run election. But I also think Republicans didn’t fight back. You’ve got to fight back when that is happening.”

But here’s the problem…

A lot of people don’t feel like “fighting back” means saying things like “of course he lost!”

DeSantis did not speak out on election integrity issues in 2020 or in 2022. He is clearly not a leader on the issue. As soon as he secured his own hard-fought election in 2018, he stopped caring about the tactics Democrats use to maintain power.

The fact that he cannot align himself with the fundamental beliefs of his base on this substantial issue will undoubtedly persist as a significant issue for his candidacy. Unless he adopts a new perspective, we really can’t expect his polling numbers to rise above the 20% mark.

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