October 18, 2023

“The dire financial situation for Ron DeSanctimonious is becoming clearer by the day. 


A brutal piece from POLITICO lays bare how broke his campaign really is and why he simply doesn’t have the cash flow to turn things around. If DeSanctus is this bad with his political finances, how the hell can he deal with the budget as big as the federal government? 


Even megadonors are ditching Ron’s campaign because they don’t think he has a snowball’s chance in hell of being competitive, let alone winning. 


‘The cavalry’s not coming.’


At this rate, not even a payday lender would touch Ron with a ten foot pole because he has shown to have the financial instincts of a toddler buying everything in a toy store. In his case, he's using money from hardworking Americans to fund his lavish lifestyle of private jets when he clearly can't afford it."

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


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


Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, Ron finds a way.


A new report from POLITICO exposes that DeSanctus' money problem isn't going away any time soon. 75% of Ron's donors are maxed out and can't contribute another cent to DeSanctus' 2024 campaign.


If there was any doubt that Ron's candidacy is doing the bidding of the Never Trumper RINO establishment, look no further than the breakdown of Ron's donations. A vast majority of DeSanctus donors gave more than $3,300. Meanwhile, President Trump's campaign is fueled by grassroots patriots across America—having raised more than $58 million from donors giving less than $3,300.



It's over for Ron. DeSanctus' own pollster, POS Strategies now admits that President Trump would handily defeat Crooked Joe Biden in a general election matchup.


Six days to go, and Ron DeSanctimonious is stuck in reverse. 



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