Ron DeSantis: Florida Democrat's Monster Under the bed
“Ron DeSantis is bought by the very same corporations that are price gouging Florida renters & homeowners. Don’t forget it,” tweeted Rep. Charlie Crist.
Rep. Crist, in his quest to become the 2022 Democratic gubernatorial nominee, continues to push the narrative that Gov. DeSantis is the political boogeyman that is living under every child’s bed.
Crist’s tactic is the same as AG Commissioner Nikki Fried.
Both gubernatorial candidates are not campaigning on what they would do differently if they were to defeat DeSantis, instead, they are running as anti-DeSantis, political giant killers.
The race between Fried and Crist is tight (as expected), and with less than three months to go before the August 23rd mid-term primary elections, you can bet your bottom peso that the jabs between these two will only ramp up.
Fried, the gun-toting Fort Lauderdale native, appears to be the true Progressive in the race who has not changed her stripes for political expediency.
Crist on the other hand, well, he’s Charlie.
Regardless of who wins the Democratic primary race, facing DeSantis is one heck of a challenge.
The black cowboy boot-wearing DeSantis, who limped into the 2018 general election and narrowly defeated then-Democratic nominee Andrew Gillum, is not the same DeSantis running for reelection.
DeSantis has raised a mountain of cash for his reelection and is going into the summer as arguably the most popular governor in the nation.
Floridians love him. Yeah, Republicans think he is the best thing since Krispy Kreme donuts, but DeSantis’ support among Independent and Democratic voters should be cause for alarm for Florida Democrats.
Crist Doesn’t Sell Çampaign Gay Garb to Latinos
AG Ashley Moody-Digital drug dealers are selling pills laced w/fentanyl to kids via social media, who often have no idea what they're buying.
Summer begins today, and that means more free time for kids. Parents, please let your children know that just #OnePIllCanKill.
Marco Rubio-We are being asked to vote tonight to begin debate on a gun proposal whose legislative text was only made available less than an hour ago
Rep. Val Demings-When I talk to people at the grocery store we talk a lot about rising costs. Florida families need cheaper food, and more stability. I’m fighting for legislation to bring down food costs, increase free market competition, and help farmers with skyrocketing costs.
Rep. Carlos G Smith-Florida voters should throw @marcorubio
out of office and leave his ass on the curb.
Lauren Book-It is not everything we’ve been fighting for — but after decades of inaction & partisan gridlock, it’s SOMETHING! Now…let’s get this done for the American people.
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