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Gov. Ron DeSantis: ‘I Think the Problem I Have with Joe Biden, More Than Anything, This Guy Doesn’t Take Responsibility for Anything.’

I think the VACCINES ARE KEEPING THE VIRUS AND ITS MUTATIONS ALIVE!;

It’s virus again again and again so they can accomplish and endless cycle for virus, vaccines and BS;

Get vaxed or no vax. It doesn’t matter. The virus is endemic. You’re going to get it sooner or later unless you stay at home hiding in your basement and never see another human being again. The vaccine doesn’t work and the boosters are just another money making scheme for big pharma AND for every politician and doctor who has stock in the companies: Followers’ Comment.

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WATCH: Trump says media-reported fighting between he and DeSantis is TOTALLY FAKE NEWS

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President Trump was on with Hannity tonight and said the trumped up media-reported fighting between he and Governor Ron DeSantis is totally fake news:

I knew that when the news broke of this ‘fight’ the other day between Trump and DeSantis, via Trump’s vaccine comments, that it was fake news and I’m glad my gut was right. The media wants fisticuffs so they try and invent it.

Christina Pushaw, the spox for DeSantis, hit ‘journalists’ for this fake news story which she had already refuted:

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DeSantis Rubs Salt in Biden’s Wounds by Dubbing White House ‘The Brandon Administration’

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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis called the Biden administration the “Brandon administration” on Wednesday in a nod to the viral “Let’s Go Brandon!” phrase.

DeSantis made the comment during an election integrity news conference in Palm Beach Wednesday morning.

FLORIDA GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS CALLS WHITE HOUSE THE ‘BRANDON ADMINISTRATION’ PIC.TWITTER.COM/FZEA0SZWFI

— BREAKING911 (@BREAKING911) NOVEMBER 3, 2021

DeSantis spoke out against Big Tech and made note of GOP wins in Virginia against the “woke agenda.”

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“If you look at all the things that are going on, you see Big Tech, you see the corporate media. Although they weren’t too happy with Virginia last night,” DeSantis said.

“If you look at that if you look at what’s going on with some of the big corporations with their woke agenda.”

The crowd roared at the next comments from the governor.

“When you look at the Biden — the Brandon administration — in terms of what they’re doing,” he said.

In addition to laughter, the crowd launched into a spontaneous “Let’s Go Brandon!” chant.

Social media users were also quick to embrace the moment.

“Don’t we all at this point?” one Twitter user tweeted.

DON’T WE ALL AT THIS POINT?
DESANTIS NOW CALLS IT THE BRANDON ADMINISTRATION PIC.TWITTER.COM/UGVOERT9NS

— ON A QUEST (@FAITHOV14406694) NOVEMBER 3, 2021

Another Twitter user called it “comedy gold.”

COMEDY GOLD 

“THE BRANDON ADMINISTRATION”
STARRING @GOVRONDESANTIS PIC.TWITTER.COM/0SRR6TZNX2

— JOE DAN GORMAN – INTELLECTUAL FROGLEGS (@JOEDANMEDIA) NOVEMBER 3, 2021

The viral phrase arose following an early October NASCAR race at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. Race winner Brandon Brown was interviewed by an NBC reporter who claimed the crowd in the background was chanting, “Let’s go Brandon.”

The crowd was actually chanting, “F*** Joe Biden.”

The chant previously spread across a wide variety of sporting events, ranging from college football games to the Major League Baseball playoffs and a New York Jets game.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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DeSantis dismisses talk of 2024 presidential bid, but continues to campaign across the country

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Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to dismiss the chatter about a run for high office in 2024.

“I just do my job and we work hard,” the governor said in a recent in-state press event. “I hear all this stuff,nand honestly it’s nonsense.”

He also said “speculation” to the contrary is “purely manufactured.”

The high-profile governor has been appearing across the nation recently including at events in California, Pennsylvania, Texas and Utah.

He has, up to this point, steered clear of early primary locals such as Iowa and New Hampshire. But the circuit he has been on includes other potentially viable names for the 2024 Republican primary including former Vice President Mike Pence, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton. 

Days from now, DeSantis will again appear with potential contenders at Sunday’s 5th annual Nebraska Steak-Fry hosted by Nebraska GOP Gov. Pete Ricketts. 

The elephant in the room, however, for DeSantis and others, remains the likelihood of a third White House bid from former President Donald Trump.

The former president still polls well ahead of any other GOP politician hoping to run in 2024, and Trump’s fundraising efforts appear to have ramped up late last month as the Biden White House botched the Afghan withdrawal. 

In April, Trump said he would consider asking DeSantis to be his running mate, should he elect to run again. But for the moment, DeSantis says he’s focused on the 2022 election cycle in which he’s vying for a second term as governor, a position for which he is currently campaigning around his state including headlining a number of fundraising dinners and events for local GOP candidates.

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