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DeSantis Ratchets Up Attack On Weak GOP Players, Victory Only Acceptable Outcome

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Governor Ron DeSantis laid out a clear path for other Republicans to follow. Florida was the only state to really experience a red wave and was left with a Republican supermajority. While the other states might be disappointed with their election results, DeSantis rallies the troops and demands that the GOP get it together, “There is no substitute for victory” he said during a 25-minute speech on Saturday at the annual leadership meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition.

“We added four new Republican congressmen to the U.S. House of Representatives from the state of Florida,” he said. “We secured supermajorities in the Florida legislature, the most Republicans we’ve ever had in Florida history. We helped elect 26 new conservative school board members all across the state of Florida. And we even won the state House seat that includes Miami Beach, not typically viewed as a Republican stronghold.”

“And because of the support of so many of you to our campaign, we delivered the greatest gubernatorial victory in the history of the state of Florida,” he continued. “We dominated with independent voters, we secured record margins with Hispanic voters, we swept the suburbs all across the state of Florida. Our margins with rural voters were gravity-defying, we won by double digits, Miami Dade County. We won for the first time in almost 40 years, Palm Beach County.”

DeSantis said that the election results showed that the state should be the “blueprint for success” for the party moving forward.

“And I think some of the things that we do that work are we’re all about exercising leadership and delivering results for the people that we represent,” he said. “I did not take any polls when I became governor all the way through this entire term. The job of a leader is not to stick your finger in the wind and try to contort yourself to wherever public opinion may be trending on one given moment. No, the job of a leader is to set out a vision, to execute that vision, to show people that it’s the right vision and to deliver concrete results. And when you do that, the people respond.”

DeSantis then highlighted numerous policy initiatives that he took on during his first term as governor, including several on the cultural battlefield, like fighting against woke indoctrination and fighting to protect women’s sports.

“What we’ve shown in Florida is you can stand up for truth, you can stand on principle, you can fight the woke elite, and you can win,” he said. “And I think this is important because the survival of the American experiment requires a revival of the enduring American principles that make this country unique. And Florida’s formula is everything we do is rooted in those founding principles of our country, we douse it with a very heavy dose of common sense, which is in very short supply nowadays. And we buttress that, with having the courage to lead on issues where you know, you may get incoming fire, but that’s the price of leadership nowadays.”

“Anything you do that’s meaningful, you are going to have people that are going to shoot at you, they’re going to take potshots at you, they’re going to criticize you, they’re going to smear you, you got to be willing to stand strong, you got to be willing to take those hits, and keep on going,” he continued. “But guess what, when you stand up for what’s right when you show people you’re willing to fight for them, they will walk over broken glass barefoot to come vote for you. And that’s exactly what they did for me on November 8 in record numbers. But what we’ve shown is people respond to strong leadership.”

DeSantis also slammed Biden for demolishing the American dream in two short years adding that “in times like these, there is no substitute for victory.”

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“We in Florida are the light, freedom will reign supreme with Florida leading the way,” he added. “I can tell you this, we’ve got a lot more to do and I have only begun to fight.”

DeSantis was able to build a strong community through his leadership during the pandemic. I think many of the lockdown states lost confidence in their leadership as information and rules changed constantly. Now the question is; will the other Republicans follow DeSantis’s plan and build their own strongholds?

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Lorraine E Blazich

    November 23, 2022 at 8:48 pm

    Ron DeSantis would be a great president and would probably receive more votes than any other candidate for the forthcoming presidential election. President Trump has been so slandered and attacked by the corporate press that it would be very difficult for him to win another election. Slander combined with voter cheating and fraud would make it almost impossible for President Trump to be elected for another four years as our president. Ron DeSantis has not yet been slandered by the entire corporate press and he would have a better chance of winning a presidential election in 2024 than President Trump.

  2. Larry Hurd

    November 24, 2022 at 10:45 am

    LOOK THESE WEAK GOP A HOLE ARE IN IT TO MAKE MONEY THEY DO SEE WHAT THE REST OF US SEE THAT IS GOING WE CAN NO LONGER AFFORD WEAK FECKLESS CADIDATES

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