My Draft DeSantis Presidential Announcement Speech
With Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis busy running the third-largest state, enacting a magnificently conservative agenda, promoting a new book, and having to respond to endless demands that he run for president (not to mention banning the words “gay” and “slavery” — the man’s a whirlwind of activity!), I thought I’d jot down a few ideas for his presidential announcement speech.
Here are some of the main points I think he should hit.
— “We are never going back to the party of Paul Ryan!” (Donald Trump, 2023 CPAC)
During his first two years in office, Trump had a Republican House and a Republican Senate. He’d just won a stunning upset victory that should have scared the bejesus out of every Republican in Washington. The people had spoken! They wanted a wall, not more tax cuts.
But Ryan wanted to cut taxes, so Trump forgot all about the wall and gave them tax cuts. (In fairness to Trump, challenging Ryan and pushing for wall funding would have required making a phone call.)
HEADLINE: “Ryan gets big — and much-needed — win on tax cuts” — Politico, Nov. 16, 2017
From the article:
“Loathed by the Breitbart wing of the Republican Party — which sees Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as Trump’s biggest obstacle to making America great again — the Wisconsin Republican scored a major victory in Thursday’s 227-205 vote to pass a massive tax-cut package that dramatically alters the U.S. tax code … [T]he biggest legislative win so far for Trump is an issue that Ryan has been working on for virtually his entire career.”
— “Now we have complete chaos [at the border], fentanyl is pouring in and families are being destroyed. There is death everywhere caused by incompetence.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
In fact, drug overdose deaths in America skyrocketed during the No-Wall/Open-Borders policy of the Trump administration, going from an average of about 50,000 a year in Obama’s second term to more than 90,000 in Trump’s last year in office.
Even in his CPAC speech, full of preposterous, fantastical claims about all the great things he did, Trump couldn’t stay focused on the (now) 100,000 Americans who die of drug overdoses every year — something that is 100% attributable to not having a border wall. After briefly mentioning fentanyl, he got right back to something much more important — Syria and Iraq!
Trump said — no ellipses, this is exactly what he said — “Fentanyl is a big problem. In fact with the ISIS caliphate, a certain general said, it can only be done in three years, it probably cannot be done it all, sir. And I did it in three weeks. I went over to Iraq. Met a great general. ‘Sir, I can do it in three weeks.’ You heard that story.”
What on Earth? The man makes Biden look razor sharp.
— “I stood firm against the forces of anarchy and decay. I arrested the Marxists who toppled statues of our great heroes in Washington, D.C. I arrested them. They were knocking down the most beautiful artwork, the most beautiful statues of great heroes. They didn’t even know who they were, they just wanted anarchy.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
Under President Trump, hundreds of national treasures were destroyed, mangled, defaced, thrown into lakes, chopped up, melted down, hidden away or renamed. It was the greatest desecration of our country’s inheritance since the British set fire to the White House during the War of 1812.
Among the casualties were memorials not only to anyone who ever had anything to do with the Confederacy (on the plus side, black SAT scores immediately improved!), but also statues of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ulysses S. Grant, Francis Scott Key and Christopher Columbus. Also, a statue of an elk in Portland, Oregon.
In DeSantis’ Florida, no monuments or statues were toppled or defaced — not even the Confederate ones. About a dozen park names were changed and statues moved to other locations, but 75 Confederate memorials still stand in the Sunshine State, including an obelisk at Florida’s state capitol.
— “Republicans must compete using every lawful means to win. That means swamping the left with mail-in votes, early votes and Election Day votes.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
Before the absolutely vital Senate runoff election in Georgia in January 2021, Trump did everything he could to discourage Republicans from voting.
HEADLINE: “Turnout dip among Georgia Republicans flipped U.S. Senate” — Atlanta Journal Constitution, Feb. 2, 2021
The AJC reported: “Trump’s message that the election was stolen discouraged voters such as Craig Roland, a 61-year-old Rome resident. Roland said he didn’t believe his vote would count. ‘What good would it have done to vote? They have votes that got changed,’ Roland said. ‘I don’t know if I’ll ever vote again.’”
— “We will keep men out of women’s sports.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
It was during Trump’s first year in office that biological men competing in women’s events destroyed women’s soccer and track and field in Connecticut, an absurdity that quickly spread to the rest of the country. Trump did nothing about it, unless you count a strongly worded tweet. (Heard of Title IX?)
Gov. DeSantis signed a bill prohibiting biological males (according to their birth certificates) from competing in women’s sports in any interscholastic, intercollegiate, intramural or club athletic teams or sports that are sponsored by a public secondary school, high school, public college or university institution in the state of Florida.
— “I will revoke every Biden policy promoting the chemical castration and sexual mutilation of our youth and ask Congress to send me a bill prohibiting child sexual mutilation in all 50 states.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
The entire transgender craze kicked off during the Trump administration, and it continued unabated throughout the Trump administration.
By contrast, acting at the behest of Gov. DeSantis, Florida medical boards have issued rules prohibiting the poisoning and mutilation of youth under 18 years old, one of the first such policies in the nation.
— “[Fox News host] Sean Hannity should get a [Pulitzer] prize … Tucker should get a prize.” (Trump, 2023 CPAC)
Hmmm. After the election, Hannity was “privately disgusted by Trump … but was scared to lose viewers,” according to Rupert Murdoch. In texts, Tucker Carlson called Trump “a demonic force” and “a destroyer.”
I don’t know if having a tenuous grasp of the obvious warrants a Pulitzer Prize, but if those are Trump’s biggest boosters, he may want to go back to Kanye West and Nick Fuentes.
COPYRIGHT 2023 ANN COULTER
Well, blondie (and you are hot, I will say that), your constant Trump bashing is not helping any body. Lets presume for the moment that you are raising factual and valid points…so what? So what if Trump exaggerates his accomplishments, etc. like every politician that ever lived. DeSantis is taking money from dark places and pandering to the jews, which seems to be a requirement to run for office these days. He is not a magic bullet, no more than Trump claims to be. Trump got elected in a populist revolt against the entrenched political machine in DC; people are not that dumb. They know the feds are not on their side. Trump is the only one out there acknowledging them, still. Sure, DeSantis might be more polished and socially acceptable. In fact, I think he would make a great president, potentially, if his allegiances don’t go sour (as they very well may have already). DeSantis needs to ride out another term in FL, where we need him to be. FL is turning more red, thank God, but it could easily slip backwards, again. FL needs to be a red stronghold, and four more years of Ron will most assuredly do that. You can nit pick all you want about what “really happened” under Trump, but there is no denying we were better off. Let DeSantis run after Trump wins a third time (and hopefully actually gets back into office this time). That’s the ticket.
Trump took money from dark places too (start with Jewish crime boss Adelson), and pandered big time to Jews, Making Israel Greater Still and Israel First.
That hot blondie comment was unsophisticated coming from someone setting himself forth as intelligent. Even if you had said simply that she is very attractive, it would have still not have been relevant
Oh please, lighten up.
There goes Ann, making the perfect the enemy of the good again.
With the kind of “treason of the clerks” he had going on in his administration, and in the GOP, it’s surprising he got as much done as he did. Calling him lazy seems to be just plain stupid.
Anne is definitely not stupid. I found this an apt comparison. It basically amounts to Trump not being lazy, but complicit. He was all talk and little action, but the talk was so compelling to so many people who had been denied a national populist rhetoric for so long they were over-eager to champion it. But alas, as so often in politics, it was empty hot air. Tell the people what they want to hear, then do what the Jews want. It was Jews who advised Trump on his 2016 messaging, knowing how popular it would be. They had to tone Trump back down in 2020 though, since the Populist uprising Trump incited in 2016 got so out of hand the Jews feared it would become another National Socialist tidal wave of popular support. Then Trump set up the Jan 6 protestors, and crept out of the way.
And people still defend him and promote him. He betrayed his voter base–white nationalists–in 2020, by design, and spoke always of black and hispanic jobs when anything was said about race. The 2020 election was not “stolen,” it was thrown deliberately by Trump at the direction of his Jews. We have names.
The best scenario for further destabilizing ZOG is that Trump is the Republican candidate in 2024 and the Deep State throws the election again. Do you disagree with that?
Who knows? Trump could take some radical position that would wake up Republicans. He could, for example, strongly oppose the warring.
DeSantis, however, could take more intelligent positions. It’s just a question of which wakes people up. I expect DeSantis is better, but I don’t really know.
My hypothesis, ever since Trump’s first presidential run campaign, was that he was an Individually Selected Genetic Sociopath. His lifestyle by itself even before his run for President indicates this: a life focused on acquiring extremely high amounts of wealth, working for Hollywood and desiring to achieve celebrity status, a marriage divorce, grabbing “pu$$y,” etc. But, in addition to this, I speculated that he was indeed fraudulent since he was inconsistent in his first presidential campaign – he would say one thing, then change his position, as if he had no actual consistent Altruistic moral values, but was just trying to see “which way the wind was blowing” with regards to what would get European-Americans to vote for him, while at the same time trying not to antagonize the overall American Ashkenazim too much. Trump also usually used subjective language instead of an objective one, which indicates he was trying to deceive European-Americans. My hypothesis has been that Trump works exclusively for the Likud Party, which is only supported in Israel; on the other hand, the international Ashkenazi community, as I understand it, don’t support the Likud Party’s strategies to achieve the common goal of serving Ashkenazi ethnic interests; rather, the international community supported other strategies such as the ADL plan and those of the Neo-Conservatives.
I think DeSantis would be less worse than Trump, but still quite bad since he supports the Neo-Conservative foreign policy, according to something I read either here or at Unz Review – an Ashkenazi-American organization was saying that DeSantis was much more pro-Israel than Trump, but Trump later followed DeSantis’s ideas and then became just as Pro-Israel as he was.
This is something I wrote in the past, which is what I suggested would be the message Trump would have given if he was actually sincere and Altruistic:
What If I Was Donald Trump?
I believe in science. So, I believe in evolution and the survival of the fittest: unintelligent people and people with bad genes should go extinct.
A people with good genes should understand basic logic, reason, objectivity, and the scientific method. As such, as Trump, I would state my goals objectively:
1) I will deport all illegal immigrants, who are over-represented in crime and the benefactors of welfare services.
2) I will stop all further immigration until everyone in the USA has a socio-economic status they desire.
3) I will stop interfering in foreign affairs, since we currently have no foreign threats aside from illegal immigration, and will bring back all our troops and instead place them on our borders.
4) I will remove the USA from NATO and the United Nations, since neither organization serves America’s interests.
5) I will break up all company monopolies in the USA to encourage competition, innovation, quality improvement, and lower prices.
6) I will break up the media conglomerates in the USA to allow for more free speech of ideas, facts, and opinions.
7) I will ban all financial contributions to political candidates. Instead, public funds will be equally provided to any candidate that pass a certain threshold of popular support. This will end the existence of politicians being bribed to serve the interests of certain entities, as opposed to the overall interest of the voters.
8) I will ban all lobbyists. Any individual, company, organization, or other entity that wants to talk to a politician about supporting a certain law or policy will be required to carry out all communication in front of a public video camera which will be aired live on public television and internet for all to see free of charge, and the conversations will be archived for ever and accessible to any individual.
9) I will ban any individual from making more than $200,000 a year; any income above that will be taken away as taxes and used for things like the military, police services, public schools, and so forth, and/or put in a public bank for use during emergencies. This is to ensure that no individual becomes too powerful where they can use their financial power to affect laws and public policy that serve their own interest, as opposed to the interests of the voters as a whole.
10) I will pass a law banning outsourcing of factories and labor; all factories must remain in the USA, and all employees must come from our nation. Also, I will ban the ability of foreign nations to buy American companies. These policies will ensure that the USA has the capacity to be self-sufficient in all things. I will only allow imports of foreign products if for the time being, we ourselves cannot produce the product or service in question, but then I will start implementing policy to make us capable in providing that very product and/or service in question so that we can eventually be self-sufficient in that area.
11) I will pass a law requiring us to be a peaceful nation, and also if required, cooperate with other nations where it is necessary when dealing with aspects that are shared between nations, such as protocols for interaction in international waters, globally shared resources such as air, and outer-space.
12) I will support the First Amendment fully, with emphasis on the free exchange of ideas, facts, and opinions. I will abolish “hate-crime” laws; an act of violence or robbery or vandalism is a crime, regardless of why the individual did it. A person who was beaten or killed to steal their property was inflicted with an equal magnitude of crime as a person who was beaten or killed because of his ethnic, sexual, gender, or religous background. I will not penalize thought, just action.
13) I will support the right of individuals to own firearms for the purpose of self-defense. I believe a person should not be forced to have to fist-fight a burgler, rapist, or murderer. The victim should be given the means to safely stop the perpetrator.
14) I will pass a law requiring the death penalty for all murderers, rapists, assaulters, robbers, significant vandalizers, and significant fraudsters. No exceptions will be given to people based on who they are (CEOs, politicians, ethnic background, gender, etc).
15) For a nation to be prosperous, a minimum amount of genetic health must be maintained. As such, criminals will not be allowed to reproduce. Also, chronic welfare recipients will not be allowed to reproduce. Plus, geniuses, scientists, engineers, and other gifted people will be given economic and social incentives to have many children.
If you support the above laws and policies, then please vote for me. If not, then please vote for my primaries opponents or the Democrat candidate. I need not say any more. The above sums up my views. Either you agree, or you don’t. The choice is yours. The future is yours. Good luck.
I forgot to mention a few thoughts: first, to ponder upon why Trump has chosen to serve the Likud Party, my hypothesis is that he found that his talents and personality best matches the position of Prostitute for the Likud Party – his family was already married into the Likud Party, which they did in hopes that they would acquire a lot of resources by being connected to the Likud Ashkenazim, and, as I understand, Trump’s company was exclusively managed by Likud Ashkenazi people, who made him a lot of money. My understanding is that Trump himself has not done any business management work of his company, but instructs the Likud Ashkenazim to do all of it, while Trump just enjoys the profits.
Second point: Mr. Karl Haemers was pondering why European-Americans have supported Trump and continue to do so. I don’t want to ad nauseam paraphrase Dr. Woodley of Menie, so I will just recommend that people watch or re-watch the movie “Idiocracy.”
De Santis is extraordinary Presidential material.Right man at the right time and just in time for a USA turnaround – if any is possible.He is the right age to attack the young voters while also appealing to the baby boom conservatives.Veteran,clean cut ,Christian family man,Ivy education. Parents are on his side of WOK.Very down to earth guy from a working class background yet appealing to the educated suburbans as well.Perfect,
It might be funny that Coulter is now supporting DeSantis if we didnt already know that Coulter is the poster child for hypocritical, back-stabbing, duplicitous, deceitful and self-serving people. Ooops did I just accidentally describe the jewish nature?
Mr. de Zayas is an unswerving idealist. He seriously believes that politics is not merely a power game played by corrupt elites, but must be “capable of learning.” https://www.counterpunch.org/2023/03/01/lessons-not-learned-from-the-pentagon-papers/
How Baerbock smuggles thousands of Islamists into Germany
he foreign minister brings 1,000 Afghans to Germany every month – supposedly persecutees. But in fact, half are Islamists, the German ambassador warns.
ISLAMABAD/BERLIN. There have been more diplomatic subject lines when German ambassadors address Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens). The one from the top representative in Pakistan reads, “In the name of Allah – Sharia judges for Germany?” Alfred Grannas sent it on February 22.
The background is Baerbock’s plan to bring up to 1,000 Afghans and their relatives, allegedly persecuted by the Taliban, to Germany every month. But the ambassador in charge – Germany no longer maintains a diplomatic mission in Afghanistan – was highly alarmed when he looked at the lists. These had been compiled by NGOs whose names Baerbock does not wish to disclose. The Green politician has ceded the entire selection process to organizations of which no one but she knows what interests they represent.
Ambassador: “Subversion of our legal system”
Grannas’ confidential letter to Berlin is reported by Cicero magazine, which has the letter. “About 50 percent of this group, according to the embassy’s experience, are not judges and prosecutors with classical training, but graduates of Koranic schools, (…) trained in Sharia law, the religious legal and value system of Islam,” it says. The senior diplomat is shocked: “The granting of admission pledges to Sharia scholars supports the infiltration of our legal system by Islamist circles.”
In addition to Baerbock, Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) is also behind the admission program. The two government politicians had launched it at the end of last year. Supposedly, the program is aimed at people who have “particularly exposed themselves through their commitment to women’s/human rights or through their activities in the fields of justice, politics, media, education, culture, sports or science.” The ministers also want to bring Afghans who are allegedly persecuted “because of their gender, sexual orientation or gender identity” to Germany for their protection.
Baerbock leaves selection to NGOs
That they leave the selection thereby completely not more near-named organizations, is new. Thus not representatives of Germany, but lobby associations decide, who comes into the country. According to the ambassador, they are not choosy. One organization has filed “up to 700 endangerment notices” for alleged members of the judiciary in Afghanistan. Grannas criticizes that these “are strikingly similar in structure and argumentation of the endangerment situation and in places are identical in wording and content.”
The ambassador writes: “A sound legal education, which is in contrast to the legal view taught in the Koran school, cannot be ascertained here.” This is also evident in the appearance of the applicants, he says: “Women, for example, appear completely veiled in burqa/niqab and sometimes refuse to lift their veil for identification.” It was also particularly noticeable that “the group of people has no problems whatsoever in obtaining documents/passports or visas for Pakistan.”
According to Cicero, other embassies had already complained that Baerbock was exerting massive pressure to quickly and generously wave through verification procedures for the issuance of visas to Germany.
It is telling that the opening photo associated with this article shows a photo of Paul Ryan smugly and derisively smiling while sitting next to President Trump – doubt that is an accident. What everyone who has followed the news of the last few years knows is that both Ryan and Coulter famously and violently turned their backs on Trump after first publicly expressing near total support. Absolutely no one should be at all surprised when Coulter eventually does the exact same thing to DeSantis.
Ann Coulter has continually shown a life-long complete lack of loyalty to anyone who isn’t looking back at her from a mirror.
Presumably your comment was meant to be an assessment independent of my comment, not a response to it.
It was unassociated with your comment and just loaded weird . . Sorry
Although interesting in of itself, this long comment is wholly off topic.
As for Germans, they have been turned into a pathetic bunch of sheeple by the same alien elite that runs this country, ZOG.
Category “This has nothing to do with nothing”:
“Oneman” (Syrian), 3 dead, this time without a knife.
He caused a terrible accident with three deaths on Thursday on the B87 in Eilenburg. Now it is known: The novice driver (18) has no driver’s license!
The police announced details of the accident for the first time on Friday morning. Accordingly, the young Syrian was in the Mercedes to Torgau on the road. Shortly before the exit to the B107, he came for unexplained reasons on the opposite lane, touched there laterally an Opel.
The Mercedes finally hit the guard rail in the opposite lane. Subsequently, a Kia and a Mitsubishi collided and also slammed into the wrecked Mercedes. Finally, the Mitsubishi rammed into an oncoming truck.