KISS OF DEATH COUNTDOWN: 29 Days Left
September 25, 2023
"It’s a bad start to the week for Ron DeSanctimonious as his entire argument for running has exploded in his face.
He’s not even dead yet but news outlets are already writing obituary stories laying out what a complete dumpster fire his campaign has been. Team DeSanctus is not long for this world.
As he heads into debate night on Wednesday, DeSanctus will be up on stage right where he belongs, with other single-digit candidates who are barely registering any kind of enthusiasm."
—Steven Cheung, Trump spokesperson
On August 24, 2023, Always Back Down consultant Jeff Roe gave Ron DeSantctimonious 60 days to "beat Trump."
With less than one month to go, Ron DeSanctus is at his lowest point to date with no end in sight.
Ron's tired excuses for why he's running have been shredded into a million pieces with a new poll from Washington Post/ABC showing President Trump beating Crooked Joe Biden by a whopping 10 POINTS in a general election matchup.
The survey also shows President Trump clobbering DeSanctimonious with a 39-point lead (54% to 15%).
It now appears that the DeSanctimonious candidacy serves only one purpose: to enrich grifters like Jeff Roe.
While Ron's campaign remains on life-support, many are already filing DeSanctimonious stories in the obituary section.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had a chance in April to address Donald Trump's growing momentum toward the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. Like several such opportunities, he let it pass him by.
DeSanctus—whose campaign is said to be running on fumes, on the verge of bankruptcy—appears to have given up on 2024 and is already looking towards 2028.
- WASHINGTON EXAMINER — DeSantis under pressure to get off the ropes in second Republican debate