More Bad Blood Boils Between DeSantis and Trump Campaigns Ahead of Iowa Caucuses

More Bad Blood Boils Between DeSantis and Trump Campaigns Ahead of Iowa Caucuses

Javier Manjarres
Javier Manjarres
November 28, 2023

We are less than two months before the Iowa caucus and the bad blood between the fringe elements of the DeSantis and Trump campaigns continues to boil as the Iowas Caucuses near.

President Trump is crushing Gov. DeSantis in all the public opinion polls, so Team DeSantis has reverted to trying to dismiss any and all polls as being “fake” or paid for by the Trump campaign.

Grassy Knoll-like conspiracy theories are also running wild in the 2024 Republican Presidential primary election.

DeSantis’s online “influencers” and “zombies” are pushing the narrative that Trump could have blanket pardoned all the J6 rioters.

Apparently, Trump left J6 prisoners in jail to rot.

The Capitol Riot occurred two weeks before Trump left office, and before the identities of the perpetrators were known.

Why would Trump, or any U.S. President pardon anyone without knowing the facts?

This is getting downright embarrassing for DeSantis supporters.

DeSantis has not said that he would blanket pardon the J6 offenders, but that he would look at all of the cases on an individual basis.

Now Trump supporters and online “influencers” are pushing their own conspiracy theory about DeSantis.

Peter Antonacci, who led DeSantis’s elections fraud office, appears to have laid dead or dying for about 24 minutes after suffering a massive heart attack in 2022.

Conservative journalist and Trump supporter Laura Loomer called  DeSantis “a bad person” and a “truly evil man.”

Loomer’s remarks appear to lay blame on DeSantis considering that Antonacci died in the Governor’s Office after allegedly having a heated meeting with Secretary of State Cord Byrd, FDLE Commissioner Mark Glass, and others, over how DeSantis allegedly planned to expand how his new office was doing business.

According to Peter Schorsch, Antonacci “was so angry with” DeSantis over his “plans to expand the “election crimes unit’s efforts.”

At first, the political online tug-of-war between DeSantis and Trump supporters was amusing, but now its just gotten unbearable and stupid.

Really stupid.

We can surely expect more of the same gutter politics in the weeks and months to come.

One big question that needs to be asked of the Republican fringe base is, will they support and vote for the eventual winner of the 2014 GOP presidential primary?

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Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres

Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning political journalist and Publisher of,,, and He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming, and biking. Javier is also a political consultant and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Follow on Twitter: @JavManjarres Email him at

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