Sunday, March 28, 2021

DeSantis hires top GOP operative for 2022 campaign. (POLITICO)

Reading respected publications calling Florida Governor RONALD DION DeSANTIS a 2024 Presidential candidates!

As my Florida 6th Congressional District Congressman, DeSANTIS was a show horse, not a work horse.  This horse's ass showed a backward bending labor supply curve.  

Often AWOL 2013-2017, DeSANTIS missed meetings with other elected officials, he stiffed and disrespected constituent requests, while appearing often on Fox.

President* DONALD JOHN TRUMP, watching DeSANTIS' "Mini-Me" Fox performances, picked DeSANTIS, endorsing him in 2018 primary on December 22, 2017. 

DeSANTIS spoke 121+some times on Fox News and Fox Business December 22, 2017 to August 29, 2018.  He won the "Fox News Primary," as Politico reported.

Roman Emperor Calicula naming his horse, Incitatus, as Consul.

TRUMP wants to subject America to his horse's ass, snooty RONALD DION DeSANTIS.

I reckon that Mr. DeSANTIs is an empty suit, an alien implant from KOCH INDUSTRIES sent to North Florida to run for a vacant Congressional seat, then run for Governor.  DeSANTIS is a jejune jive turkey, a joke.  

I wonder if he ever did any actual legal work at "prestigious" law firm HOLLAND & KNIGHT before running for Congress.  Why would HOLLAND & KNIGHT hire him?  He's got nothing in common with other H&K partners.  It reminds me of KIRKPATRICK & LOCKHART hiring Rick Santorum, before he ran for Senate.  It is almost as if these law firms see themselves as training grounds for tedious tendentious termagants in public office.  

As a former H&K client, I can testify that H&K does great pro bono work.  

But, in hindsight, was H&K hiring DeSANTIS and supporting his candidacy pro malo, a bar sinister on H&K's escutcheon?

DeSANTIS repeatedly shows his unfitness to hold ANY public office. 

 DeSANTIS' TWISTED Trumpery and signing unconstitutional laws is garbage politics.  

DeSANTIS white supremacist ideological garbage attracts MAGAts, just as surely as garbage cans attracts maggots in the Florida sun in August. 

What do you think?

From Politico:

Ron DeSantis

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has become a favorite of major GOP donors and conservative activists. | Lynne Sladky/AP Photo

DeSantis hires top GOP operative for 2022 campaign

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has tapped a veteran national Republican political operative to help spearhead his 2022 reelection race.

Phil Cox, a former executive director of the Republican Governors Association, has joined the DeSantis team as a senior-level adviser. The Florida governor had been in talks with several candidates for the post but ultimately settled on Cox, who has established close relationships with a number of Republican governors over the years. \

Until now, DeSantis had yet to build out a 2022 political apparatus. The governor, who has seen in his national profile grow in recent weeks, has generally kept a small circle of advisers, which includes his wife, Casey.

Republican officials say they are preparing for what is expected to be a competitive race in the perennial swing state. DeSantis won in 2018 by less than half-a-percentage point, and he is facing a possible showdown next year against Democrat Nikki Fried, the state agriculture commissioner.

“Phil is an incredibly talented and trusted operative who has played a key role in dozens of successful gubernatorial campaigns over the last decade. Gov. DeSantis is well positioned heading into his reelection campaign, and Phil is an excellent addition to his operation,” Dave Rexrode, the current RGA executive director, said in a statement. 

Cox led Virginia Republican Bob McDonnell’s successful 2009 gubernatorial campaign and spent four years at the RGA, first as a consultant and then as executive director. During the 2016 election, he oversaw a super PAC that backed the presidential campaign of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. 

DeSantis is widely seen as a likely 2024 presidential candidate. He has become a favorite of major GOP donors and conservative activists, who have praised him for reluctance to implement coronavirus restrictions and for his fiery clashes with the media. Many party officials describe him as being in the top tier of future potential contenders.  

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