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The Ron DeSantis “HACK” for Defeating Trump


SPOILER ALERT: before I even explain this article, I’m going to make one clear statement.

Are you ready?

Ain’t nobody beating Trump!

Read that again.

Ain’t NOBODY…..BEATING……Trump.

Oh it’s possible they will try and steal it again, absolutely.

No doubt they will try.

They tried in 2016 and failed.

They tried in 202 and succeeded (unless, of course, it was a giant sting operation that hasn’t been fully disclosed yet?  Just sayin’….)

But what about 2024?

No one is beating Trump head to head, definitely no DeSanctimonius.

Sorry Ron, I like a lot of things you do, but I don’t trust you.

I also don’t believe you have the DNA of a fighter.

I believe you put on a brave act and try to jin up courage and fight, but I don’t think it’s in your DNA.

You know who does have it, other than Trump of course?

Kari Freaking Lake.

Kari Lake has the BDE — and if you don’t know what that means, read this: Kari Lake’s BDE

Ok, now back to our topic.

Ron has done a fine job in Florida, but I don’t trust him.

Many others have done good jobs at the state level only to get to D.C. and grow into a gross RINO.

There’s just something in my gut that tells me that is Ron DeSantis to a “T”.

But now I want to show you this video from a guy I really like, Meet Kevin.

Here’s what Kevin thinks is Ron’s *HACK* to defeat Trump:

Sorry Kevin…

Sorry Ron….

That is not gonna work.

In fact, it’s one of the WORST ideas I’ve ever heard.

Who wrote that, a communist?

Certainly someone who has never read the Constitution or understood the most basic parts of our Bill of Rights.

HOLY CRAP, are you kidding me with this?

Here’s more, from the AP:

A Republican lawmaker in Florida wants bloggers who write about elected officials to register with the state, a proposal that’s raised First Amendment concerns and the ire of GOP firebrand Newt Gingrich.

The bill, filed by Sen. Jason Brodeur of Lake Mary, would require bloggers to file periodic reports with the state if they are paid for posts about the state’s governor, lieutenant governor, cabinet members or legislative officials.

Bloggers would have to disclose who paid them and how much, along with other information such as where the post is located online. They would be fined $25 per each day the report is late, up to a maximum of $2,500 for each report. The legislation would not apply to content on “the website of a newspaper or other similar publication.”

The proposal quickly came into the crosshairs of Gingrich, a prominent Republican and former U.S. House Speaker, who called it “insane.”

“The idea that bloggers criticizing a politician should register with the government is insane,” Gingrich wrote on Twitter Sunday. “It is an embarrassment that it is a Republican state legislator in Florida who introduced a bill to that effect. He should withdraw it immediately.”

First Amendment groups argue the proposal violates press freedoms.

“The only thing that I can see is that it’s an attempt to limit and control free speech,” said Bobby Block, executive director of the First Amendment Foundation. “It’s an attempt to bring critics to heel and it’s an attempt to make sure that people who want to talk about you think real hard before they do so.”

It is unclear how far the proposal will go in the GOP-controlled statehouse during the upcoming legislative session, which begins Tuesday. The Associated Press reached out to Brodeur as well as Republican leaders of the House and Senate for comment.

In a Twitter post, Brodeur said the bill is aimed at bringing transparency to blogs that advocate or lobby for specific causes. The text of his bill states that it would apply to any blogger who is paid to write about elected officials in Florida.

“Do you want to know the truth about the so-called “blogger” bill?” Brodeur’s post reads. “It brings the current pay-to-play scheme to light and gives voters clarity as to who is influencing their elected officials, JUST LIKE how we treat lobbyists. It’s an electioneering issue, not a free speech issue.”

At least Newt gets it:

What do you think?


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