Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was involved in a car accident on his way to an event in Chattanooga, Tennessee. According to his press secretary, Bryan Griffin, the governor and his team are uninjured, and they appreciate the prayers and well-wishes for his continued protection while on the campaign trail. Despite the accident, DeSantis remains focused on his 2024 GOP primary campaign.
Despite maintaining a second-place showing in the GOP primary, the mainstream media has been aggressively pushing the narrative that DeSantis’ campaign is losing momentum. However, the governor remains unfazed by the polls and is playing the long game. He is confident that he can win the election and defeat the Democrats on a variety of issues.
In a recent interview on Tomi Lahren’s podcast, DeSantis highlighted his ability to win Florida by a historic margin and his track record of success on key issues such as lockdowns, education, ESG, illegal immigration, and transgender athletes competing with women. He emphasizes that he not only talks the talk but also walks the walk, and his accomplishments speak for themselves.
DeSantis believes that he is the right candidate to defeat President Biden and deliver on his promises. He sees it as his responsibility to offer himself as a candidate who can truly get things done and address the pressing issues facing the nation. For him, delivering on these promises is crucial to avoid digging the country into a difficult-to-escape hole.
As the governor recovers from the car accident, conservatives continue to support DeSantis and his commitment to standing up for conservative values and delivering on his campaign promises. Despite the media’s attempts to downplay his chances, DeSantis remains confident in his ability to win the GOP primary and take on President Biden in the general election.