"Ron DeSanctus received his marching orders from Turd Blossom Karl Rove—Iowa is ‘do or die,’ otherwise there’s no chance for Ron.
Rove pointed out the endorsements of Kim Reynolds and Bob Vander Plaat$, yet they have failed to give Ron and his campaign any type of positive boost.
And recent polling from Iowa shows DeSanctus competing with Nikki ‘Birdbrain’ Haley for distant second place.
If Iowa is do or die for Ron, he might as well start digging his own political grave."
— Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson
It's do-or-die, Ron. Never Trumper-Bush lackey Karl Rove told Fox News that Iowa was "do-or-die" for DeSanctimonious. After all, Ron has moved a third of his staff to the state, spent millions of dollars in pro-DeSanctus advertising, allegedly visited 98 Iowa counties, bought the endorsement of Bob Vander Plaat$, and still trails President Trump by 36 points.
While DeSanctimonians are working overtime gaslighting voters and donors into believing Ron has a chance of winning, Ron will become the second candidate to visit all 99 counties in Iowa:
Republican candidate for president Ryan Binkley, who is polling at 0%, outperformed Ron DeSantis by becoming the first person to visit all 99 counties in Iowa earlier this month.
Since DeSanctus began his tour, his support has tanked. In May—the month Ron announced his campaign—DeSanctus trailed President Trump by 18 points in Iowa
It's patently obvious: the more people see DeSanctimonious, the more they hate him.
"This is the equivalent of a Hail Mary," Conant said.
"It will take a turnout operation unlike any in electoral history to get voters to show up on a cold night to vote for a candidate who is down 15 points," Avella said.
"The real question is how much is a second-, maybe third-place finish in Iowa worth?" Hayek said. "Despite rounds of layoffs that were part of a widely publicized ‘reset,’ DeSantis has burned through more primary cash than he raised over the last three months. The DeSantis campaign’s spending strategy shows they see the writing on the wall: there is not enough gas in the tank for New Hampshire or South Carolina, and at this rate, there is not going to be enough for Iowa either."
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