KISS OF DEATH COUNTDOWN: 3 Days Left
October 21, 2023
"The DeSantis War Room thought they could wage war against us. They ended up being on a kamikaze mission to tank the candidacy of Ron DeSanctimonious. A new report details how the DeSanctus hype train has crashed and burned never seen before in politics.
The only person to blame for this unmitigated disaster falls on one person—Ron. He empowered political school children, who were more interested in posting on X and boosting their own social media profiles, to run his campaign. This is what happens when you surround yourself with grifters and those who don’t believe in the cause.
This was a fight they started. Now we’re going to finish it and there’s nothing they can do to stop the inevitable.
In one of the more bizarre and inexplicable decisions on the campaign trail, DeSanctus has now decided to hold events with Never Trumper Chris Sununu this weekend. He knows MAGA will never vote for him, so he’s desperately searching for votes elsewhere, even if it means associating himself with enemies of the America First movement.
Don’t worry, Ron. The end is near and you can go back to your life full of pudding cups and stuffing your suit pockets with cold, stale chicken tenders."
—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson
On August 24, 2023, Always Back Down consultant Jeff Roe gave Ron DeSanctimonious 60 days to "beat Trump."
DeSanctus is being robbed blind by his grifter-consultants and their only advice to Ron is to copy President Trump verbatim.
Last week, President Trump announced his plan to keep jihadists and their sympathizers out of America. In the plan, President Trump vowed to revoke the student visas of radical anti-American and anti-Semitic foreigners at colleges and universities.
In just the latest example of Ron plagiarizing President Trump's policies and messaging, Ron suddenly announced the exact same policy that President Trump rolled out last week.
This is far from the only time Ron has copied President Trump. As a matter of fact, here's an entire thread detailing DeSanctus's knack for ripping off President Trump's policies and attempting to pass them off as his own.
With three days to go, Ron has shamelessly resorted to simply cosplaying as a cheap imitation of President Trump. If the past few months have taught Ron anything, perhaps it's that no one likes a tone-deaf cover band when the real deal is still touring.
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