October 11, 2023

"The rats are jumping ship. First it was Always Back Down’s spokesperson Steve Cortes leaving after butting heads with Jeff Roe and realizing that Team DeSantis is a complete dumpster fire. Then later in the day, DeSantis super supporter Steve Deace posted a picture of himself with liberal Democrat RFK Jr., with the caption, "Mr. President?"


Curiously, Ron DeSanctimonious has squarely positioned himself on the 9:50am D-block on low rated cable news channels MSDNC and Fake News CNN. He's either auditioning for a contributorship once his campaign is finished, or he's endearing himself to the Never Trumper block of the news media industrial complex.


Meanwhile, President Trump is leading Crooked Joe Biden both nationally and in key states like Michigan, Ohio, Nevada, and many others. Every time DeSanctus says Republicans need a candidate who can win the general, he's proving President Trump right."

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


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

With only thirteen days left to save his campaign, some of Ron DeSantis's most ardent surrogates are deserting him.


Yesterday, Always Back Down spox Steve Cortes reportedly left the organization after butting heads with Jeff Roe. 


Mere hours later, DeSantis-backer Steve Deace giddily posed with newly declared Independent candidate RFK Jr.


As the donors dry up and supporters abandon his cause, the question becomes: how much longer will the grift continue? 


In a sign of pure desperation, the DeSanctimonians appear to have embarked Ron on a bizarre liberal media tour, kicking off with Bill Maher last week, MSDNC's Morning Mike on Tuesday morning and Fake News CNN this morning at 9:50am.  Perhaps, Ron will appear on The Young Turks or NPR tomorrow morning.



RSBN - Mission accomplished?: Trump predicts DeSantis will ‘SOON’ drop out of 2024 primary race


NEW YORK POST - South Carolina Republicans warn Ron DeSantis over Iowa focus


BREITBART - DeSantis Super PAC Spokesman Steve Cortes Leaves Group