DeSantis, Politics

Watch: Radical Group Unsuccessfully Tries to Disrupt DeSantis Event

On Friday night, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) was the keynote speaker at the Amos Tuck fundraising dinner in Manchester, New Hampshire. Not only were claims from the media that DeSantis was having fundraising issues “totally fake news” according to NH GOP Chairman Chris Ager, but the popular governor brought in a “record” amount of money. Not all were happy with DeSantis’ appearance, though, as a group known as If Not Now tried to disrupt his speech.

DeSantis was talking about previous governors’ races when two women came up to the stage. “Yeah, thank you,” the governor said as security removed them. The young women yelled out “Jews against DeSantis!” while they were hauled off, as the audience booed the brief interruption.

The governor took it in stride, though. “You gotta have a little spice in the speech, right? I mean you gotta have a little fun,” he said as the audience applauded the removal of the women. “Why you’d want to pay the ticket to get in just to do that, I don’t know, but different strokes for different folks,” DeSantis said as he then continued on. Read more…

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