October 19, 2023

“Ron has given up. That’s the only explanation for him ditching the campaign trail in order to unveil a Florida park that will bear his name—a ‘teeny park’ according to a county commissioner. 


What’s unclear about Ron’s new 'teeny'-sized park - whether or not he’s tall enough to go on any of the rides! 


Last night might have been the tipping point for his campaign as DeSanctus rapid response director Christina Pooshaw engaged in what can only be called a full-blown manic episode on X. She was looking for a fight—and got one in return— by disparaging anyone and everyone in the conservative movement who does not bow down to the altar of the Florida governor. The blowback was harsh and the memes eviscerating her were top-notch. 


Newsweek report this morning cut DeSanctus down to size by posing the question, ‘Ron DeSantis—Remember Him?’ Yikes! Judging by his cratering poll numbers and his campaign reboot to shift its focus on Nikki ‘Birdbrain’ Haley, we encourage DeSanctus to continue everything he’s doing.” 


—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson


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


Someone should check for a pulse on the DeSanctimonious campaign. 


But it's not all bad news for DeSanctus. After his campaign fever dream subsides, Ron can always visit the "Governor Ron DeSantis Park" in Manatee County—a true feat of engineering.



"I was embarrassed that we would name this little teeny park with a cell tower on it after the governor," Commissioner Carol Whitmore said in September 2022. 


In a sure sign of how things are going in the DeSanctus camp, last night DeSanctus' "rapid response director" Christina Pooshaw spent several hours melting down and erratically attacking conservatives who dared to mention Ron's affection for his high-heel boots.


However, Christina's incessant tweeting and blocking rampage did not go unanswered.




Though, it was Newsweek that did Ron the dirtiest when they published an obituary of Ron's campaign titled, "Ron DeSantis—Remember Him?," when DeSanctus clearly has 5 more days before it's officially over.


From Newsweek:


According to RealClearPolitics polling average, DeSantis had 20.9 percent support in the GOP primary on May 24, compared to Trump's 54.9 percent.


As of October 15, DeSantis stood at 13.1 percent in the same measure, while Trump had 58.1 percent support. 


Buckle up, Ron. It's going to get a lot worse before it gets better.



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