October 12, 2023

"Ron DeSanctimonious must have picked up a few Democrat and Never Trump talking points from his time spent at MSDNC and CNN. He and his team are getting absolutely dragged and ratioed for taking President Trump's comments out of context. To make matters worse for them, the Biden team even reposted DeSanctus and his hapless team, which now proves they aren’t just tools, but tools of the left.  


Meanwhile, President Trump continues to dominate in every single poll, showing no other candidate has a chance in the primary and that he is the only person who can beat Crooked Joe Biden. DeSantis, on the other hand, continues to drop out of the sky like a wounded bird while Nikki 'Birdbrain' Haley passes him by. It speaks volumes when FOX News and Wall Street Journal have ditched the DeSanctus candidacy and are now trying to boost an equally big of a loser in Haley.


When Ron drops out, the only thing he'll be left with is his reputation in tatters and an online bot farm that sits around in a circle all day."

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


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


With just 12 days left in his 2024 DeSaster, Ron has decided to break out his tiny coin purse in states where he doesn’t stand a chance.


The latest Iowa State University Civiqs Poll shows that Team DeSanctus’ vacation to Des Moines isn’t paying off. President Trump continues his rise in Iowa with 55%, while Ron is only at 17%.


Earlier today, NBC News reported that DeSanctimonious is pouring $2 Million in ad buys, which is a “significant portion of the DeSantis campaign’s budget, after it entered October with $5 million cash on hand available to spend in the primary.”


Burning through 40% of their cash on hand - in a state where they’re down 38 points - is just the latest failure brought to you by the morons running Ron’s dumpster fire.


Later this week DeSanctus heads to Dallas to battle Birdbrain Nikki Haley to see who can pander to the most “Never Trump” mega donors. In NBC News this morning, Matt Dixon and Jonathan Allen said, “Ahead of a mega donor conference in Dallas, Republicans say money won't turn Trump's rivals into contenders" and “money can't buy them love.”


How much money does Ron think he needs to buy a personality that will resonate with voters?



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