Why are conservatives falling victim to the liberal media’s dirty tricks — again?
There’s currently a massive push to pit Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis against each other as rumors swirl about a major feud between the two GOP powerhouses.
We’re nowhere near the presidential primary elections, and DeSantis has repeatedly denied rumors of a 2024 White House bid, so why the hysteria?
In a recent interview with The New Yorker, Former President Donald Trump claimed he preferred to be uninformed about DeSantis’ 2024 aspirations, saying, “I don’t know if [DeSantis] is running and I don’t ask him.”
“It’s his prerogative,” Trump added.
Were a primary battle to go down, however, Donald Trump makes no qualms about who he believes would emerge victorious.
“I think I would win,” the Former President predicted.
While Trump has typically held a steady advantage over DeSantis, a recent straw poll conducted at the 2022 Western Conservative Summit found DeSantis had 71% support while Trump has 68%.
A separate straw poll conducted at the Wisconsin Republican Convention found DeSantis narrowly leading Trump as well, with DeSantis getting 38% of the vote while Trump received 32%.
A rivalry between Trump and DeSantis has been orchestrated by the liberal media in an attempt to divide the America First coalition of the GOP, hoping that by dispersing the movement’s greatest influences they can weaken it all together.
According to inside sources close to the Former President, there’s a concerted effort by Team Trump to squash DeSantis as he becomes a growing 2024 threat.
“For four years now Ron has been told by everyone that he’s Trump’s successor. His advisors, staffers, donors, and everyone is telling him that women want to sleep with him and that men want to be him. He’s heard over and over, ‘you’re next’,” the source revealed.
DeSantis has yet to confirm nor deny whether he would mount a bid in 2024, dodging a question about the election recently on “Fox & Friends.”
If he doesn’t know already, DeSantis would be making a career-ending move if he decided to primary Donald Trump; it’s simply not his time.
The Former President is attracting more and more people to the America First movement with DeSantis’ help. The two should team up, not divide their efforts to destroy Democrats once and for all.
Author: Robert Bogart