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As he prepares for his reelection fight in 2022, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has become a lightning rod for furious, often factually challenged assaults from Democrats and liberal media, amid rumors that he could run for president in 2024.
The attacks have even given rise to a new term: DeSantis Derangement Syndrome.
Recently, certain members of the media have come under fire for politicizing the fatal residential building collapse in Surfside, Florida. Dozens of individuals are thought to have perished.
Despite the fact that there is no proven relationship between any of DeSantis’ activities and the building’s degradation, some appeared to blame him for its collapse.
If liberals are this afraid f DeSantis, maybe he should run for president.
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