DeSantis campaign losing, forced towards uniparty

DeSantis campaign losing, forced towards uniparty. By Sundance.

Every single week since the launch of the DeSantis campaign he has lost ground. The more Ron DeSantis is pushed into the voting audience, the less he is supported. In a desperate effort to stop hemorrhaging that support, the branding and image consultants decided to replace the candidate with a stand-in, his wife, Jill “Casey” DeSantis. …

The only hope for the assembly behind those hundreds-of-millions, behind all those group chats, email lists and meeting rooms of professional political consultants, is if some external force removes President Donald Trump. Ultimately, that’s all they have. Without an external intervention, the downward spiral continues. …

Ron DeSantis cannot win the GOP nomination without an external intervention to change the dynamic. If you start your review of sequence from that acceptance point, then you realize those who support Ron DeSantis will need to support the external intervention. In this instance, a corrupt and weaponized leftist U.S. Dept of Justice.

The DeSantis team, just like the Ted Cruz team that preceded him, are more anti-Trump and anti-nationalism than they are anti-corruption in government. …

In order to achieve their objective, the DeSantis supporters are forced to align with the corrupt system they pretend to despise. They are forced to deny that elections are manipulated; they are forced to deny the targeting of Trump is an inflection point that destroys our nation; they are forced to deny their association with the same corrupt and manipulated systems they depend on to achieve their objective. Pushing those supporters into the painful sunlight of their hypocrisy is not difficult. …

You can literally see the Republican brand image consultants at work.

  • Hey, MAGA, via Palin, originated and likes the Mama Grizzlies.
  • Hey, MAGA likes and relates to Duck Dynasty.
  • Hey, MAGA likes and relates to Melania, and her ‘come and take them’ stiletto heel attitude.

Hey, I’ve got an idea…Let’s put Mama Grizzlies, Duck Dynasty and Melania’s stilettos into the brand:

Jill “Casey” DeSantis (left)

The Professionally Republican People Really Do Think We’re Stupid:

The professional republican political class, the entire industry that is financially dependent on the mechanics of republican politics, really do think the average American is stupid. …

That’s not a disposable generic line, it is really how they feel, and it exhibits in everything they do. The modern republican consultancy has become a caricature of itself, and everything they do only makes the issue more transparent.