Republican Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, is officially running for president of the United States. DeSantis took the unique approach to announce his bid for the 2024 presidential election at 6 p.m. ET during an online Twitter event hosted by the Twitter CEO himself, Elon Musk.
DeSantis told the nation to “buckle up” and prepare for “our great American comeback.” The event began roughly 30 minutes late, as the streaming “feed struggled under the weight of more than a half million users” writes National Review. “As the event launched, Musk and Sacks could be heard talking about their servers ‘melting’ and ‘straining.’ The audio feed went in and out and sounded distorted at times.”
“I am running for president of the United States to lead our great American comeback,” DeSantis began in his interview with Musk and tech entrepreneur David Sacks.
“We know our country is going in the wrong direction. We see it with our eyes and we feel it in our bones,” he said, listing national woes, including the border crisis and spiking crime. He took a swipe at President Joe Biden, saying the 80-year-old “lacks vigor” and “flounders in the face of our nation’s challenges, and he takes his cues from the woke mob.”
“American decline is not inevitable. It’s a choice,” DeSantis said, calling for a restoration of sanity to the nation, including fiscal and economic sanity. “This also means replacing the woke mind virus with reality, facts, and enduring principles.”
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Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity from the picket line after President Joe Biden’s “brief” few minutes of support with the United Auto Workers strike in Michigan. Biden spent a “whopping 12 minutes with those UAW workers outside the plant today” said Carter.
“And I can tell you the time I spent with hundreds of workers walking up and down that line it was stunning to see how they had turned on the administration none of them actually bought the visit they thought it was more political than it was supportive” she added about her discussions with workers on the ground.
“It’s all about votes, trying to get votes” said one worker. “It’s a show” said another. Individuals also lamented “they didn’t forget about us During the pandemic. We were building cars and trucks, we were working” only to be left behind now.
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