To conquer, you must divide. Standing strong with political allies is vital to further a cause or pass legislation. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been rumored to be in a feud with former President Donald Trump, but are they really in a feud?
Both have a lot to offer the Republican party, and the Democrat party for that matter, because they want freedom of choice, free speech, liberty, and a country that works both economically and legislatively.
In late January, Trump said, “Well, I have an excellent relationship with Governor DeSantis. I have a special relationship with him, and we’ve had that for a long time. I was very supportive of him, and I continue to be no, I think he’s good, I think he’s fantastic.”
Still, there are a lot of rumors that have been flying around, and the media would love for DeSantis and Trump to be in a bad place.
DeSantis also made a statement during an interview with Fox News.
“I have a friendship with Donald Trump. He is proud when people succeed, and it’s not just me. He’s a Floridian, and he values the work we’ve done. He’s told me that numerous times, not only in terms of assisting with the election but also in terms of how we administer the state.”
DeSantis and Trump seem to have the same goal in mind regardless of their future positions or where they go in politics.
DeSantis set the record straight with Democrats as well, saying, “For four years, they lied about Trump. They did all in their power to elect Biden, the man who campaigned from his basement. They never questioned me about it. Now he can get in. And he had a horrible first year as President, the worst of any President since the 1800s.”
That’s hard to do. All Biden had to do was nothing. Sit there and let the country run itself. Doing more has caused Biden to do worse. Biden’s Administration should take note of that and act accordingly.
DeSantis said that “Democrats are in for a shellacking in 2022,” which is going to be a red wave that we’ve never seen before. Democrats are trying to backpedal and get away from Biden and radical ideologies.
DeSantis explained what Floridians were concerned about, and it’s not the COVID-19 pandemic. He said, “To act like the main issue in this country is things that happened over a year ago. I can tell you in Florida, that’s not what Floridians are concerned about. They’re concerned about inflation and gas prices. They’re thankful that Florida is a free state, but they look around the country and see how fragile freedom is.”
If freedom isn’t demanded, socialism is accepted. That’s all that Americans have to focus on at this moment.