During a campaign stop in Iowa, Ron DeSantis voiced his agreement with the globalists’ perspective on the outcome of the 2020 election. This stance has caused DeSantis to slip in the polls as GOP voters reject his globalist policies.
When questioned about the 2020 presidential election, DeSantis stated, “I’ve said many times the election is what it is. All those theories that were put out did not prove to be true.” This response aligns with the views of globalists and echoes President Obama’s assertion that Trump lost the election.
It is worth noting that less than 40,000 votes determined the outcome of the 2020 election. This number is equivalent to half the capacity of most college football stadiums in America. There have been allegations that Joe Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania was largely due to his significant advantage in Philadelphia compared to Barack Obama’s results. In Georgia, the supposed win was influenced by a fake water main break that forced poll watchers to leave the counting area. Similarly, Biden’s substantial support in Detroit helped secure his victory in Michigan.
What is troubling to many GOP voters is DeSantis’ newfound agreement with globalist allies regarding Biden’s popularity in Philadelphia and Detroit, as well as his dismissal of the significance of 40,000 votes spread across multiple states. This shift towards globalist positions should not come as a surprise considering DeSantis’ team has been carefully assembled to reflect and uphold the RINO globalist policies of figures like Paul Ryan.
Of particular concern is DeSantis’ support for a non-tariff trade policy favored by globalists. This policy would potentially allow foreign farms to flood the American market with goods produced using cheap labor, leading to the closure of domestic American farms. This approach threatens the livelihoods of American farmers and could have serious repercussions for the agricultural industry.
Unsurprisingly, GOP voters have not responded favorably to DeSantis’ globalist policies, resulting in a continuous decline in his poll numbers. Former President Donald Trump commented on DeSantis’ low ratings, expressing his bewilderment at Fox & Friends’ selective presentation of polls that showed Trump leading against Biden while DeSantis faced significant deficits. Trump pointed out that DeSantis currently trails by over 40 points and is unlikely to make a comeback. This observation may explain the decline in ratings for Fox & Friends.
As the GOP primary season approaches, starting with the Iowa Caucus in January, the rejection of DeSantis’ globalist policies by GOP voters will undoubtedly play a significant role in shaping the party’s nomination process and determining its future direction.
In conclusion, Ron DeSantis’ agreement with globalist perspectives on the 2020 election has caused him to lose support among GOP voters, resulting in a decline in his poll numbers. This shift towards globalist policies, such as supporting non-tariff trade measures that could harm American farmers, has generated concerns among conservatives. As the primary season approaches, voters will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on these issues and shape the future of the Republican Party.