October 06, 2023

"The more Ron DeSanctimonious is in front of people, the more they see he has no personality, no charisma, and no shot at ever becoming president.


Even a DeSanctus-aligned pollster can't sugarcoat Ron's downward trajectory-- dropping SIX points after his horrendous debate performance where he fell flat on his face.


Apparently, Ron has decided to foolishly sharpen his attacks against President Trump, but everyone knows he always comes up short.


The fact is that DeSanctus has a one-way ticket to obscurity and no amount of boring speeches or campaign resets will ever convince the American people he has what it takes to play in the big leagues."

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


On August 24, 2023, Always Back Down consultant Jeff Roe gave Ron DeSanctimonious 60 days to "beat Trump."


With only two weeks and some change before Kiss of Death is prepared to formally pronounce the DeSanctus campaign dead, Ron is taking another body blow.


Always Back Down's own pollster, WPA Intelligence, released a post-debate national poll showing that Ron's debate performance was so impeccably strong that he dropped SIX POINTS since August, now trailing President Trump by 35 points.


DeSanctus, trailing President Trump by 30+ points in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and virtually every other state, sought refuge in his home state of Florida yesterday. It wasn't pretty.


Earlier this week, a Fabrizio/Lee poll found that President Trump is dominating in Florida— topping DeSanctimonious by 35 points, with Ron holding only 22% support.


But from the looks of it, 22% may be overly generous.



While Ron's campaign is already stalling out and running on financial fumes, DeSanctus' whole supposed argument for getting in the race is to "beat Biden."


Newsflash: Ron loses to Biden. Only President Trump can beat Crooked Joe.


It was only a matter of time, Ron.



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