September 30, 2023

"Ron DeSanctimonious's campaign is baked. His poll numbers are at the lowest it's ever been, while President Trump's numbers are the highest they've ever been, and it's not even close. 

In another desperate sign that his campaign is off the rails, DeSanctus had the bright idea to travel to Los Angeles to do Bill Maher's show where he was filleted like he was the main course at Sugarfish. He had to sit silently, grinding and gnashing his teeth and twitching in his high-heeled cowboy boots as Maher told him to his face he had no chance of winning.
At this point, it's not just getting embarrassing for him, but it's downright bewildering why he would cuck himself in front of the entire country who clearly doesn't want him as president."

—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


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


With every coming day, it seems Jeff Roe may have been a little generous with his "60 day" timeline. It's plainly obvious that DeSanctus will not be beating President Trump... or even the three candidates polling above him. But now, it appears that DeSanctus' candidacy may not survive for 24 more days.


Last night, DeSanctus brought his special high-heel boots to Bill Maher's show and things got bloody for Ron.


"Let’s face it Ron, if this campaign was going well, you wouldn’t be on this show," Maher told DeSanctus. He's clearly not wrong.


From Mediaite


“The debate, it was a shitshow,” said Maher to DeSantis on Real Time with Bill Maher. “I heard you won, I heard the polling said you won. What did you win? No, honestly. With Trump not in the race, what did you win?”


After Ron's downright weird debate performance on Wednesday, the polling deficit between DeSanctus and President Trump has grown to Grand Canyon proportions.  



From Breitbart:


There was an eight-point swing to former President Donald Trump away from Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) among likely Republican primary voters after Wednesday night’s second debate.


Two days before Wednesday’s debate, Trump had 58 percent support in Morning Consult’s poll. After the debate, where he did not appear, Trump’s support surged to 63 percent.


On the other hand, DeSantis fell three points in the poll, down to 12 percent from the 15 percent he held on Monday.


Trump now holds a 51-point advantage over DeSantis, according to Morning Consult’s poll.


It will all be over soon, Ron.



MEDIAITE  Bill Maher Tells DeSantis, ‘Let’s Face It Ron, If This Campaign Was Going Well, You Wouldn’t Be on This Show’