(UnitedVoice.com) – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is knee-deep in his campaign for the GOP nomination for president. To win the nomination, he has to beat former President Donald Trump. Recently, his campaign released a video that’s meant to convince Conservative voters that Liberals are more afraid of him than they are of the previous POTUS.
On July 23, the DeSantis War Room posted a video on Twitter with the caption, “6 straight minutes of the Left admitting they fear DeSantis more than Trump.” The video starts with a clip of Trevor Noah, the former host of “The Daily Show,” saying, “If Trump were the original Terminator, DeSantis is like the T-1000.”
The video then mashes up clips of other liberals expressing that people should be “more scared” of DeSantis because he is well-educated, with degrees from Harvard and Yale, and knows how the system works. Rosie O’Donnell is seen saying the Florida governor is “the worst version of Trump.” Another commentator explains that he believes DeSantis is “so terrifying” because he has succeeded where Trump has failed.
MUST WATCH: 6 straight minutes of the Left admitting they fear DeSantis more than Trump. pic.twitter.com/0DOZqKUJXE
— DeSantis War Room 🐊 (@DeSantisWarRoom) July 23, 2023
The video includes multiple clips of Liberals declaring DeSantis is “smarter than Trump” and more focused. The former president is described as someone who “gets easily distracted.” Whereas the governor is “disciplined” and “strategic.”
DeSantis has successfully pushed through his agenda in Florida. He’s signed bills to keep LGBTQ+ issues out of schools, expanded school choice, stripped Disney of its special tax status, expanded gun rights, and the list goes on. However, DeSantis has done all of that with the help of a Republican supermajority in the House and Senate.
Trump wanted similar legislation but never had the supermajorities because it’s much harder to get a veto-proof majority in the federal government. Whether DeSantis could bring his successes to Washington remains to be seen — but he hopes he can convince the GOP electorate that it’s possible.
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