MAGA Republican Issues Stark Warning to Ron DeSantis

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MAGA Republican Issues Stark Warning to Ron DeSantis

Former President Donald Trump announced his third presidential campaign in November, and so far the only notable candidate to officially file for the 2024 race. Other Republicans are also rumored to be considering bids for DeSantis, among them.

Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis had some tough words from a Donald Trump supporter over the weekend.

In a warning issued to DeSantis, MAG supporters were very firm. Brendan Deeley, a podcast host, and 2018 Arizona congressional candidate has announced that he will not endorse the Florida governor if he decides to run in the 2024 presidential primary.

2018 Arizona congressional candidate and podcast host Brendan Deeley says he won’t endorse the Florida governor if he decides to run in the 2024 presidential primary.

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“Full warning: If Ron DeSantis announces his run for president in 2024, I will show him or his supporters no quarter,” Deeley posted on Twitter on Sunday. He added, “We will meme that unbelieving dog into oblivion and make him permanently unelectable like a tached carousel.”

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  Deeley ran for a House seat in a special election in February 2018. However, Dilli could not win this election. He received only 1.1 percent of the vote in that election and the seat was eventually won by Debbie Lesko.

Meanwhile, DeSantis is standing as a kebab bone on the street of Trump. Even if he doesn’t announce a bid for the presidency, he’s standing up for Trump.

A University of New Hampshire Survey Center poll days before Trump appeared in New Hampshire for a campaign stop showed DeSantis leading Trump by 12 points in a hypothetical matchup between the two.

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Trump’s campaign responded with a tally of 16 polls between mid-December and late this month that put him leading his hypothetical opponents by at least 3 points, with some of the former president’s leads as high as 30 points.

Days before the election, Trump called him “Ron Dissanctimonious” during a rally speech and called him untrustworthy after his 2018 endorsement.

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DeSantis easily upheld his re-election bid against Democrat Charlie Crist in November with a nearly 20-point victory.

Trump’s announcement of another run has sparked widespread backlash. Other polls show him as the likely Republican favorite, which Trump was quick to point out on his social media platform, Truth Social.

Many Trump-endorsed candidates failed to win their elections in 2022. They failed to recapture the Senate while gaining a slim majority in the House.


Trump shared a graphic last week showing a poll by Premises Data showing him overwhelming support in a hypothetical Republican primary. The poll showed DeSantis at 30 percent, former Vice President Mike Pence at 9 percent and Trump at 51 percent.

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