Last Updated on August 4, 2023
While in Iowa, Ron DeSantis made it clear that he agreed with the globalists on the outcome of the 2020 election. DeSantis’ view on the 2020 election is another globalist policy the Florida Governor has embraced. GOP voters are rejecting DeSantis’ globalism as Ron continues to slip in the polls.
When asked about the 2020 presidential election at a campaign stop in Iowa, Ron DeSantis said, “I’ve said many times the election is what it is. All those theories that were put out did not prove to be true.”
When asked about the 2020 presidential election, Ron DeSantis agreed with President Obama that Trump lost, saying, “I've said many times the election is what it is. All those theories that were put out, did not prove to be true.”
— Charles R Downs (@TheCharlesDowns) August 4, 2023
Less than 40,000 votes decided the 2020 presidential election. That number is half the size of most college football stadiums in America. Joe Biden supposedly only won Pennsylvania because he received more votes in Philadelphia than Barack Obama. A fake water main break forced poll watchers to leave the counting area, playing a significant role in the supposed win in Georiga. In Detriot, Biden also received Obama-like numbers, giving him Michigan.
Ron DeSantis now openly agrees with his globalists allies that Joe Biden is as popular as Barack Obama in Philadelphia and Detroit. DeSantis also agrees that 40,000 voters spread across multiple states is not a significant number and should not be questioned. DeSantis’ embracement of globalism should not come as a surprise.
DeSantis has stacked his team from top to bottom, resulting in his presidential campaign embracing the RINO globalists policies of Paul Ryan. One of the more dangerous globalist policies DeSantis supports is a non-tariff trade policy that would lead to foreign farms using cheap labor and flooding the American market, forcing American farms to close.
GOP voters have become well aware of DeSantis’ globalist policies, leading the Florida Governor’s poll numbers to continue to drop.
Trump commented on DeSantis’ low poll numbers, writing on TruthSocial, “Why is it that Fox & Friends refuses to put up all of the polls where I am beating Biden, and DeSanctimonious is getting clobbered? He’s also down to me by 40-plus points, and not coming back. No wonder their ratings are way down!!!”
GOP primary season kicks off with the Iowa Caucus in January.