Ron DeSantis Florida Governor 2024

Who will the Republicans nominate to run for president in 2024?

There’s only one answer: Florida governor Ron DeSantis.

And I will tell you why. Because he has real achievements, and by 2024, we will have finally learned to care about competence instead of charisma. Because we are going to have a LOUSY 4 years under Biden / Harris.

For one thing, All of this tolerance, compassion, permissiveness, etc. COSTS MONEY. We are already $28 trillion in debt, and Biden is simultaneously destroying our economy while trying to buy votes with taxpayer money. How destroying the economy? By attacking the energy sector, shutting down businesses with a pandemic panic, and talking about raising corporate tax rates from 21% to 28%.

We’re going to need someone who has results, and that person is Ron DeSantis.

Here’s an article from The Federalist:

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis denounced critical race theory at a press conference Wednesday afternoon, vowing to “expressly exclude” it from the state’s public schools.

“Florida civics curriculum will incorporate foundational concepts with the best materials and it will expressly exclude unsanctioned narratives like critical race theory and other unsubstantiated theories,” DeSantis said. “Teaching kids to hate their country and to hate each other is not worth one red cent of taxpayer money.”

“No matter if your family came on the Mayflower or you became a naturalized citizen, these principles belong to you,” DeSantis said.

DeSantis said Florida would receive $106 million in pandemic-associated federal dollars. A new proposal by DeSantis would provide an additional $3,000 to public educators who are credentialed to teach American civics. About $16.5 million of the pandemic funds would be allocated to training educators and principals in civics.

In his speech, the governor laid out a plan to put $6.5 million toward public service advocacy programs between schools and the government, and $7 million for civics curricula that provide students with “foundational concepts.”

DeSantis is making himself a resume to run on by his actions. If he has success, like he did with his method of handling the Wuhan virus, then he will win in 2024. We can’t be electing people based on their words – we need to look for people who have actions. The best actions, are actions that solve problems. Critical race theory is nothing but racism, and it needs to get solved by someone with some strength to take it on, head on. No governor is doing more than Florida’s Ron DeSantis. People are flocking to Florida from all the failing Democrat-run states.

If you’re not following DeSantis now, you can start reading Daily Wire, The Federalist, Daily Caller, Daily Signal, Breitbart, and other good conservative sites to find out. Did you know he banned sanctuary cities in his state? I love that!

Look at some of these mainstream headlines from the last week:

Or you can even read far-left Democrat sources like Politico. Their headline is “How Ron DeSantis won the pandemic”.


[A]fter 12 months in which he was pilloried as a reckless executive driven more by ideology than science, dogged by images of crowded beaches and bars and derided as “DuhSantis,” “DeathSantis” and “DeSatan,” Florida has fared no worse, and in some ways better, than many other states — including its big-state peers.

The most controversial policies DeSantis enacted — locking down later and opening up earlier, keeping nursing homes closed to visitation while insisting schools needed to be open to students, resisting intense pressure to issue a mask mandate — have ended up being, on balance, short of or even the opposite of ruinous.

Prognosticators’ grimmest predictions never came true — or haven’t yet — and DeSantis, for now, is more politically ascendant than any governor in the country. In stark contrast to his most conspicuous counterparts — California’s Gavin Newsom, who’s facing a recall, and New York’s Andrew Cuomo, who’s confronting political extinction — the Yale-and Harvard-educated DeSantis’ approval ratings are up from last year’s low 40s and flirting with the mid-50s.

And in spite of some traits that typically would constitute political kryptonite — he’s as awkward as he is ambitious — there’s mounting (albeit ultra-early) polling that suggests DeSantis might be (after Donald Trump) the favorite to be Republicans’ nominee for president in 2024.

“There’s a sweet spot in there that most governors have searched for but few have found,” said GOP pollster Whit Ayres, who’s worked for DeSantis in the past. “He’s managed to figure out the sweet spot between good policy and good politics.”

Buckle up, because we’re going to win in 2024.

2 thoughts on “Who will the Republicans nominate to run for president in 2024?”

  1. I certainly hope it’s a lesson learned four years from now, but I somehow doubt it for many. The left is so married to its ideology it’s like a fanatical religious cult where heresy and blasphemy is simply not being in goose step with everything they say.


  2. How will he win when the election will just be stolen again?!?

    We are today a banana republic, a nation run by an evil ruthless minority masquerading as a majority with the help of the false witnessers of Fake News. How do you intend to solve that? The Left is always codifying its evils into federal law.

    4 years of Biden-Harris (mostly Harris) will indeed convince independents to vote GOP, true, but the Dimms will just manufacture more votes to win in their blue stronghold cities in the swing states like they did in 2020. It is a relatively easy way to steal elections and does not require mass scale voter fraud – just emergency Dimm “votes” in a handful of blue cities, which has been going on for decades, BTW. Do you think Dimms will magically clean up the election processes in the stronghold cities that they control completely when they won’t even clean up their own cities physically?

    DeSantis is a great Governor, BTW.


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