MARCH 28, 2023
NY Times: Don’t Be Fooled. Ron DeSantis Is a Bush-Cheney Republican.
By Jamelle Bouie
Next to Donald Trump — who is in a league of his own — Florida’s Republican Governor, Ron DeSantis, has got to be the biggest name in national politics now. He’s grown so big, in fact, that he is now regarded by the chattering talking heads of both Libtardia and Conservative Inc. as the only Republican that can possibly derail the Trump Train for 2024.
For Marxists like Jamelle Bouie — the author of this hit piece — DeSantis represents a young and charismatic conservative who needs to be knee-capped now, before he really gets big. For the dying Globalist and Neo-Con RINO remnants of the GOP, DeSantis is their last best chance to stop Trump, and then deal with a presumably more manageable (malleable) Reagan-like DeSantis later on.
As we have opined, with a high (though not absolute) level of certainty from the very beginning of the 2024 campaign — for which DeSantis himself has not yet announced — the joke is on the slow-witted Establishmentarians who, along with many in MAGA nation, cannot imagine that Trump and DeSantis might be playing a tactical game here.
1. The highly over-rated, race-baiting political “analyst” Jamelle Bouie is taking the DeSantis “candidacy” at face value. / 2. Trump made DeSantis: Are they working together still? / 3. Strategic theater?
Who is Ron DeSantis?
The Governor’s pedigree is one of a “commoner.” He is descended from early 20th Century Italian immigrants on both of his paternal lines, and made his way on his own steam. As a 12-year-old, he played baseball for a Florida team that reached the Little League World Series in 1991. At Yale, he starred as the team’s best batter before graduating with high honors — majoring in history. While at Yale he worked as an electrician’s assistant and a coach at a youth baseball camp.. After Yale, DeSantis went on to Harvard Law, again graduating with honors. Ivy League boy, yes; but his time at Harvard and his ensuing career track were certainly not typical of the honor students coming out of such “elite” universities. From that point forward, DeSantis’s remarkable rise had the marks of Military Intelligence — “White Hats.”
In 2004, during his second year at Harvard Law, DeSantis was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy and assigned to the Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG). JAGs are the fellows who prosecute military tribunals. He completed Naval Justice School in 2005, then reporting to the JAG Trial Service Office Command South East in Florida, as a prosecutor. He was promoted in 2006 and then stationed at — (get this) — Joint Task Force Guantanamo. The records of DeSantis’s Navy service were heavily redacted in order to “protect personal privacy,” according to the Navy.
In 2007, DeSantis was assigned as a legal adviser to Navy SEAL Team One; and served as legal adviser to the SEAL Commander of the Special Operations Task Force-West. He was honorably discharged from active duty in 2010. At that time, he retained a commission as a lieutenant in the JAG Corps of the US Navy Reserve. During his military career, DeSantis had been awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal. He was still serving in the Navy Reserve while a Congressman and while transitioning to the governorship.
The Trinity Press
1. Outstanding Scholar-Athlete // 2. JAG (Tribunals) Officer and SEAL advisor. // 3. Deep ties to Gitmo prison.
Congressman – Governor DeSantis
DeSantis was elected to Congress in 2012, and quickly established a solid conservative record. In 2015 — just 5 months before Trump’s famous escalator ride / announcement — DeSantis was among eight members of the “far right fringe” which co-founded the Congressional Freedom Caucus — a solid bunch of lonely patriots who, exactly as Q had forecast five years ago, have since expanded their ranks and now dominate the Military / Republican Congress. In the 2018 race for Florida Governor, DeSantis, with Trump’s full-throated support, defeated Demonrat Andrew Gillum — a media-anointed freak whom we now know to be a drug-addicted homosexual degenerate. It was one of the closest gubernatorial elections in modern American history. Evidently, the military White Hats, as they had done for Trump in 2016, were able to block just enough machine and Miami voter fraud to secure victory for their trusted agent.
So then, what’s up with the Trump-DeSantis “split?” Why is Trump suddenly hating on the man he so strongly endorsed but now openly disparages as “Ron DeSanctimonius” — the political star that Trump created? Strategic deception requires this, otherwise the play won’t work. This is similar to how Trump used to dump on Attorney General Jeff ‘Do Nothing” Sessions in order to conceal the fact that Sessions was actually waging war against the Deep State — and how he “attacked” the Freedom Caucus back in 2017 in order to conceal the fact that he was working closely with the group all along.
It’s not that Trump needs DeSantis in the race as his “opposition” who will “throw the match.” But rigging the GOP primary in this manner accomplishes two objectives:
1. DeSantis is blocking the emergence of any viable RINO challenger and thus enabling a massive landslide primary win.
2. DeSantis is helping Trump to smoke out the closet “never-Trumper” rats in politics and media. Those induced into supporting DeSantis will be shunned by King Trump in his 3rd term.
Wait and see. At some point, Trump and DeSantis will publicly kiss and make up — thus pulling the rug out from beneath the feet of Trump-haters and pretenders alike.
1. Q revealed that the Freedom Caucus (co-founded by DeSantis) was part of “The Plan” to capture Congress. // 2. The rise of DeSantis spared Florida (and the nation) from being deceived by another artificially puffed-up, smooth-talking, drug-addicted, “African American” homosexual. // 3. “But, but Batman — DeSantis spoke well of muh Jeb Bush, and he says that he supports muh Israel. — SMACK! “It’s optics!”