“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
– Winston Churchill pic.twitter.com/ECoR8YeiMm
— Ron DeSantis (@RonDeSantis) January 21, 2024
I definitely was not expecting this today.
I’ve mostly been thinking about Palworld, an AI-generated Pokemon game where you kidnap and enslave cute Pokemons and humans and breed them as food.
I wish that was the real world instead of this gay earth.
Ron DeSantis, the hard-right governor of Florida, has ended his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination and endorsed Donald Trump.
“It’s clear to me that a majority of Republican primary voters want to give Donald Trump another chance,” he said in a statement posted on X. “He has my endorsement because we can’t go back to the old Republican guard of yesteryear, a repackaged form of warmed over corporatism that Nikki Haley represents.”
DeSantis’s withdrawal in the days ahead of the New Hampshire primary follows a disappointing result in the Iowa caucus, where he finished second place but trailed Donald Trump by a large margin. In New Hampshire, his numbers were far behind former South Carolina governor Haley and Trump.
“He’s been a good governor and I wish him well,” Haley said at a campaign event on Sunday. “Having said that, it’s now one fella and one lady left.”
DeSantis’ news was the culmination of a long, agonising decline.
It was agonizing.
I also feel it was exhausting. The entire concept of Ron DeSantis is exhausting.
I feel a sense of dread whenever I’m reminded that he exists.
I wish I wasn’t thinking about him right now.
It is now time for every Conservative to unite under Donald Trump. Vivek and DeSantis have dropped out.
To anyone that supported these great men, follow their footsteps and endorse the best candidate
Donald Trump. We are so back, let’s do this together one last time. pic.twitter.com/ayZTscLwAk
— Dom Lucre | Breaker of Narratives (@dom_lucre) January 21, 2024
I have no idea what it means.
That’s not true. I have some ideas.
Either he is actually surrendering to Trump, or he was told by his donors to do so. His donors overlap with Haley’s. It’s “establishment war and Jew” people.
There has to be one in the race to advertise the Jew agenda and to give the impression Jews are very well-liked and that fighting endless wars in the name of foreign countries is a normal thing that a lot of Americans agree with.
For whatever reason, those donors wanted Nimrata to do that job. Or, DeSantis went rogue and made this decision in an attempt to try to salvage whatever is left of his humanity.
Forget his career. That ended when he announced his challenge to Trump.
I predict he’s just going to disappear forever now. He’ll probably get a divorce soon too.
He should have known about his own lack of personality. How could he have known who he was and thought that this person would do well in a personality contest against Donald Trump?