The congressman reached new levels of hypocrisy last week, when Politico Florida busted him flying coast-to-coast in first class. DeSantis once supported legislation banning first class flights.
By Jacob Engels
After being under siege for the better part of a month after being exposed as Soros connected and supporting food stamps for illegals, Congressman Ron DeSantis has given his opponents a new line of attack in his fledgling campaign for Governor of Florida.
Politico Florida first reported that Ron DeSantis was spotted in first class on a flight back from Los Angeles, after voting for a budget that contained a ban on congressional spending on first class flights in 2014.
Everett Wilkinson, the Chairman of the National Liberty Federation and longtime booster for President Donald Trump blasted DeSantis’ hypocrisy.
“First Ron DeSantis shacks up at the beachfront condo of a big-money military industrial complex leader, then we find out he voted to give food stamps to illegals, and now he contradicts his own vote? Flying first class… in gym shorts nonetheless,” Wilkinson stated in a press release over the weekend.
Mr. Wilkinson is one of the original founders of the Tea Party movement and hosted businessman Donald Trump several times at grassroots events in South Florida in the years leading up to his victorious campaign for President in 2016.
“Ron DeSantis has been “unmasked” in recent weeks due to an aggressive advertising campaign on television, radio, and digital media. Instead of owning up to his rotten votes and questionable stances, multi-term Congressman Ron DeSantis has run to a fact-checking service funded by liberal billionaire George Soros,” concluded Wilkinson.
DeSantis’ campaign has been in freefall in the past month after this publication exposed his vote to give food stamps to illegals, his connection to a fact-checking website and alt-left group funded by liberal billionaire George Soros, and goon tactics by his campaign advisor to silence our publication.
He backed out of a candidate forum with GOP frontrunner Adam Putnam Monday morning in South Florida, where anti-DeSantis protesters showed up with signs labeling him a “swamp creature.” Our sources say that he is currently thinking about backing out of another gubernatorial forum being held in Orlando this weekend by the Florida Family Policy Council.
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.