DeSantis Speaks Out To Highlight The Steps Needed For Republicans To Take Back The Senate And House

Ron DeSantis, the Republican Governor of Florida, issued a statement late this past week that unveiled the keys for the Republican Party to take back control of the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House in the coming late fall midterm elections.

While making an appearance this past Friday evening on Fox News, DeSantis stated to “The Ingraham Angle” that the key to taking a victory in the midterms was to tell voters that Biden would be held accountable for the disasters that have unfolded throughout his presidency.

“We’ll hold Biden accountable,” explained DeSantis to the shows guest host, Raymond Arroyo. “This is a referendum on his failures, make sure everybody knows how his policies have contributed to the mess we’re in, and then articulate what you will do to address things like the border, like crime, like inflation. I think if you do that, I think Republicans are going to win both chambers. And I think it’ll be a really good night.”

The governor also chimed in on the Biden administration attempting to throw blame at the Republicans for the various school lockdowns throughout the pandemic while many Democrat politicians were the ones standing in support of closing schools.

“Well, first of all, the pandemic didn’t cause those setbacks, lockdown policies of Democrat governors, Anthony Fauci, national teachers unions who wanted schools closed, they are the ones that caused that,” stated DeSantis. “In Florida, we said, you have a right to be in school, and you need to be in school. And we’ve done much better as a result, but it wasn’t the pandemic, because all it required was leadership to say we need to keep kids in school, and those Democrats and those unions and the Left and Fauci, they chose ideology over what was right for those kids, and the damage is going to be lasting, regardless of what Fauci wants to tell you.”

As an earlier part of the interview, DeSantis called out Biden for the intensely divisive speech that he gave on Thursday evening out in Philadelphia where he attempted to demonize tens of millions of Americans as political extremists that are a threat to the country as a whole.

“He ran as being a unifier and he’s basically saying to the vast majority of the country that disapproves of him, that they’re effectively a threat to the republic,” stated DeSantis. “He dodders, he lashes out, but at the end of the day, his policies are why there’s so much opposition to him.”

“He came in and he opened the border, and we’ve seen what a disaster that’s been; he kneecapped American energy, we’ve seen how that’s hurt millions and millions of people across our country; they’ve inflated the currency, we have one of the worst inflations we’ve had in over 40 years,” DeSantis concluded. “So, of course people are going to be upset at all the wreckage that he’s left in his wake. He is the American Nero. He’s a failed leader. And I think that he is doing this because he’s trying to energize his base to fend off a real butt whipping this November.”


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