Charlie Crist’s gubernatorial campaign got off to a shaky start after telling reporters “those who support DeSantis should stay with him and vote for him and I don’t want your vote. If you have that hate in your heart, keep it there.”
Crist also went on a delusional rant about how fantastic Joe Biden was for Americans.
In a resurfaced video, Crist called Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, “DeSatan.”
Crist also compared himself to Jesus Christ.
After praising Ukraine and Volodymyr Zelensky, Crist turned his attention to DeSantis and made his sickening comments.
“We got a divider on the other side and a uniter over here,” Crist said.
“You know some people call him DeSatan.”
Crist said he’s trying to be nice with the nickname as the audience chuckles in the background.
“DeSatan vs. that,” Crist said while pointing to a sign of his name.
Some of the audience members say ‘Christ’ after Crist points to his name.
“Oh think about it! Boom!” Crist replied.
“There is no question about it. It is crystal clear. He’s bad; we’re good,” Crist exclaimed.
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Daily Caller wrote:
A video recently surfaced showing Democratic candidate for Florida governor Charlie Crist comparing himself to Jesus Christ and his opponent, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, to Satan.
The video, first shared by the rapid response media wing of the DeSantis gubernatorial re-election campaign, was from a Crist event on March 17, 2022, DeSantis War Room, the rapid-response arm of the governor’s campaign, told the Daily Caller.
After saying the 2022 election for governor was “about decency” and “being kind to everyone,” Crist described the election as a choice between a “uniter” — himself — and a “divider,” referring to DeSantis.
@PinellasDems, thank you for making our volunteer kick-off a big hit. We’re taking back Florida this year!
— Charlie Crist (@CharlieCrist) March 18, 2022
“Charlie Crist has always been self-absorbed, but comparing himself to the second coming of Jesus Christ is a new level of bizarre delusion. He’s beyond embarrassing — and it’s only September,” DeSantis rapid response director Christina Pushaw said in a statement to the Caller.