DeSantis: Americans Are Rebelling against the Democrat Party
Florida governor predicts people will rise up against Democrats
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared American voters are now rebelling against the Demcorat Party following Terry McAuliffe's loss to Glenn Youngkin in the Virginia gubernatorial election.
The Sunshine State governor said Americans are now rebelling against Joe Biden's agenda following issues with school boards and government-imposed mandates.
DeSantis also predicted the current red wave will now pour over to the 2022 midterm elections.
"People are rebelling against what the Democrat Party stands for nowadays – the never-ending mandates and restrictions because of COVID, using our school system for leftist indoctrination rather than high-quality education," DeSantis said.
"And then the Biden regime failures from Afghanistan to the southern border, gas prices, inflation, supply chain."
"I think you had Glenn Youngkin, who really, I think did a great job, was a great candidate, and I think he really represented a contrasting vision that was much more appealing to the majority of Virginians."
"And I do think this wave is building," he added.
"I think it was strong last night, but I think it's going to keep building all the way into 2022."
"And if you go back to the 2010 wave that Republicans had, I think there's more dissatisfaction with what's going on in D.C. today than there was at this time in that election cycle."
"And that is good news for Republicans, and that is bad news for Joe Biden and his regime."
DeSantis described Biden's plans as a "slap in the face to every hard-working American."
The Sunshine State governor responded to reports saying he was "very, very concerned" about potential payments as hard-working Americans struggle with rising energy and grocery costs.
"You’ve had all kinds of really bad policies throughout our country that has limited freedom," DeSantis said.
"And you're going to turn around for that, and you’re going to do $475,000 for an individual that came illegally to this country?"
"I’ve seen a lot in my day — I’ve seen a lot that’s happened over the last nine or ten months that I didn’t think I’d ever see — but this takes the cake," the governor continued.
"If that is done, that is going to be a slap in the face to every American who works hard and plays by the rules."