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Ron DeSantis and Kari Lake May Completely Cut Off The FBI…


Enough is enough.

That’s the general consensus from two of the most popular politicians in the United States of America right now following the unprecedented actions of the federal government on Monday.

Both Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Florida governor Ron DeSantis believe that the FBI was way out of line with their raid of President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.

Kari Lake questioned whether the Biden Administration just set a new precedent, one which could have the likes of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton shaking in their boots if President Trump is re-elected.

She said that strong governors need to start pushing back against the federal government, and remind them that the states are the ones who created it.

She also pointed to out that the hiring of 87,000 IRS agents is more proof that the federal government will soon start targeting the rest of us.

Ron DeSantis echoed that message, and has pledged his support to Lake’s campaign.

Kari Lake is on point.

Governor Lake also released a full statement on Twitter relating to the FBI raid:

Lake also brought up the fact that the IRS appears to be mobilizing against the American people.

Florida governor Ron DeSantis echoed Lake’s comments about the IRS.

DeSantis has also pledged his support to Kari Lake in her Arizona gubernatorial race.

The Washington Times has more on DeSantis’ show of support:

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will campaign for several GOP candidates in key battleground races, including J.D. Vance and Kari Lake, respectively the Republican nominees in Ohio’s Senate race and Arizona’s gubernatorial contest.

Mr. DeSantis will appear at two “Unite and Win” rallies sponsored by Turning Point Action, a pro-Trump conservative group that targets Democrats.



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