Last Updated on July 13, 2023
Roger Stone warned President Trump about Ron DeSantis in a video clip that was recorded in April of 2022 and posted to Twitter by Stone.
Roger Stone warned President Trump that “Ron DeSantis is a piece of sh*t” in a verbal exchange that was captured on video in April of 2022 before DeSantis had officially announced that he would challenge President Trump for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.
Stone posted the video clip to Twitter to mark “Throwback Thursday,” writing that the video clip was “History in the making.”
“Roger Stone accurately tells President @realDonaldTrump that @GovRonDeSantis will turn out to be a POS,” Stone wrote in the tweet.
Watch the video below:
This is a VERY important piece of American history.
2022 – Roger Stone warns President Trump: 'RON DESANTIS IS A PIECE OF SHIT' https://t.co/tR224UUVKq
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) July 13, 2023
As the 2024 presidential race continues to shape up, DeSantis is facing massive pushback from members of his own party, who have pegged him as the hand-selected candidate of the globalist GOP establishment considering his support from the likes of Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, and Karl Rove, among others who have openly stated that DeSantis is who they want to use to stop President Trump from winning another GOP nomination.
The entire situation is exacerbated by the fact that DeSantis owes his position as Governor of Florida to Trump’s endorsement, which pushed him ahead in primary, and eventually general election polls.
As opposition to DeSantis continues to mount and as President Trump continues to skyrocket in 2024 GOP Primary polls, leaving DeSantis in the dust and in danger of falling behind Chris Christie or Vivek Ramaswamy, team DeSantis has apparently begun to grow desperate, and is using dirty political tricks to stay afloat.
As previously reported by National File, Laura Loomer has alleged through her research that DeSantis Press Secretary Bryan Griffin is using a sock puppet Twitter account by the name of “Max Nordau” to attack the Trump campaign and its supporters.
Multiple analyses of Griffin and the Max Nordau account appear to validate Loomer’s accusation.
In addition to the phony Twitter account, Team DeSantis has used deep fake AI images to draw a false picture of President Trump, even releasing a campaign ad claiming that the doctored images were representative of “real life Trump”.