Well, well, well. It seems like good ol’ Ron DeSantis is stumbling and fumbling his way through the political arena. The decline in his popularity is no surprise to anyone with common sense, except maybe to Ron himself, who seems to be living in a fantasy land where people actually like him.
Maybe it’s because Donald Trump bestowed upon him the oh-so-illustrious nickname of “Pudding Fingers DeSantis.” You know you’re in trouble when even Trump starts making fun of you. But hey, you can’t blame Trump for telling the truth, can you?
The truth is, DeSantis’s polling numbers are in the dumps. Once upon a time, he was almost on par with Trump, but those days are long gone. While Trump is gaining momentum with his brilliant idea of selling digital trading cards of himself (yes, you read that right), DeSantis is fading into irrelevance.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and DeSantis seems to think that changing his campaign manager will magically fix everything. So long, Generra Peck, and hello James Uthmeier. Can Uthmeier really turn this sinking ship around? Well, it’s going to be one heck of a challenge, that’s for sure.
But let’s be honest, folks. It doesn’t matter who DeSantis hires or fires. The problem is DeSantis himself. His policies are out of touch, his actions are questionable, and it’s clear that he’s more interested in his own political ambitions than in serving the people of Florida.
So pardon me if I’m not holding my breath for a DeSantis comeback. It’s time for conservatives to start looking for a true leader, not someone who’s more concerned with their own image than with the well-being of the American people. Let DeSantis fade into obscurity where he belongs, and let’s focus on finding someone who will actually make a real difference.