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Ron DeSantis Blames President Trump for
J6 Insurrection, Pledges to Stop Prosecuting
Corrupt Democrats and Return to Political Civility

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Posted By: earlybird, 7/18/2023 5:15:18 PM

Speaking in South Carolina today, presidential candidate Ron DeSantis blamed President Trump for the events of January 6, 2021, in Washington DC saying, “I think it was shown how he was in the White House and didn’t do anything while things were going on. Should he have come out more forcefully? Of course.” However, DeSantis affirmed he does not believe Trump’s transgressions amounted to criminal conduct. “But to try to criminalize that, that’s a different issue entirely,”(snip) Governor DeSantis then tacked to his preferred position that politicians should not be criminally targeted(snip) you don’t have one side just constantly trying to put the other side in jail.”

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Reply 1 - Posted by: smokincol 7/18/2023 5:22:49 PM (No. 1515585)
interesting to see/hear the crowd reaction to his words, I can't believe the crowd would have condoned such a statement from DeSantis
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Skinnydip 7/18/2023 5:23:17 PM (No. 1515586)
Well, Pollyanna, do you really think the other side will stop? Guess you missed the Lucianne post directly below this one.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rotten in Denmark 7/18/2023 5:24:07 PM (No. 1515587)
That oughta fix his campaign if folks were wondering if he was Trump-lite, he isn’t.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: chagrined 7/18/2023 5:24:41 PM (No. 1515588)
So, DeSantis is now using the enemedia's BS trope that President Trump caused an insurrection on January 6, 2021. Hope that clears things up for all those who didn't/don't/won't support President Trump. SMDH
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Reply 5 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 7/18/2023 5:29:02 PM (No. 1515594)
De Sanctimonius just finished himself off. Ron is not ready for prime time. He will sink even further behind ANY Republican in the primaries.Trump had it right when he said that De Sanctimonius should go back to Florida and govern.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: BarryNo 7/18/2023 5:31:00 PM (No. 1515596)
Goodbye, DeSantis, then. I won't vote for him even if he did win the nomination with that attitude. Back when Kennedy was assassinated, a LOT of people knew that LBJ and the Democrats were at least accomplices. They held back because of Russia's nuclear threat if we seemed divided. That threat and worse is still there, but I don't think we can wait any longer.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Sanchin 7/18/2023 5:34:06 PM (No. 1515601)
I love what he has done for FL but the more I hear him now as he runs for president I become less and less impressed with him, and I am reaching the conclusion he is not ready.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: pixelero 7/18/2023 5:34:30 PM (No. 1515603)
Perfect. Another Republican preemptively surrendering without firing a shot.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Saryden 7/18/2023 5:38:25 PM (No. 1515604)
If DeSantis keeps this up, he may have a tough time winning the FL governorship again. We think President Trump is the CEO we need for America... the only one who has the means and determination to save our future.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 7/18/2023 5:38:52 PM (No. 1515605)
Turncoat DeSanctimonious just blew his chance at being 45's VP. 45 warned the attendees of the rally to be peaceful. He was robbed of being 46. Turncoat Ron has been delegated to the dustbin of history.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: dbdiva 7/18/2023 5:49:17 PM (No. 1515607)
Note to Ron .... It IS OK to try to put people in jail if those people committed honest to goodness crimes. Something like selling secrets to foreign governments, creating fake dossiers and seeking to prosecute people based on it/them. I could go on and on. Oh, and Ron if you want to know who really was behind Jan 6, look no further than Nancy Pelosi and her gang of accomplices. You've done yourself no favors with this one, kiddo. But on the plus side you have revealed your true colors well before 2028 which had you played your cards much differently could have been your year. You've listened to the wrong advice and I believe this is your "it's not my concern" moment. Buh,bye.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 7/18/2023 5:49:22 PM (No. 1515608)
YA know, I'm kinda glad that these 'Republican' politicians are letting their hatred of us conservative peasants to override their desire to pretend that they are on our side for votes and for donations. They (unfortunately, correctly) assume that they can profit more, with less effort, collecting dough from the BIG donors and get their votes from crooked machines not the people they are supposed to represent.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: stablemoney 7/18/2023 5:53:13 PM (No. 1515610)
The more DeSantis talks, the less his support. These cowardly comments will put him in the single digits. Pelosi and McConnell were in charge of the Capitol. Why no blame there, DeSantis? Why no outrage out thousands of people held without bail for over 2 years? The brazen disregard for the suffering of the people in the DC jail is unforgivable.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Bur Oak 7/18/2023 6:02:06 PM (No. 1515616)
What insurrection? What riot?
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MickTurn 7/18/2023 6:07:22 PM (No. 1515617)
Ronny is getting high on STUPID. Get a clue Ronny, you can't work with Leftists, you have to Destroy them at the ballot box!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: minuteman 7/18/2023 6:10:58 PM (No. 1515620)
Wow. He knew exactly what he was saying. He is a lawyer. He essentially made a statement for the prosecution.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: SweetPea3 7/18/2023 6:33:21 PM (No. 1515624)
Oh, brilliant. Just what we need. Another "reach across the aisle to my esteemed colleagues and pull back a bloody stump" Republican candidate.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: singermom9 7/18/2023 6:35:42 PM (No. 1515625)
So OUR SIDE gets jailed for NO criminal activity and their REAL criminality is ignored? OK Ronnie. What an idiot.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: singermom9 7/18/2023 6:36:33 PM (No. 1515626)
Is someone buying him off?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: DVC 7/18/2023 6:41:23 PM (No. 1515631)
There was NO insurrection. There was a number of people herded by FBI plants into walking into the Capitol thru doors held open by smiling Capitol police.....until some of these thugs murdered two unarmed women for basically trespassing.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 7/18/2023 7:40:51 PM (No. 1515651)
His swamp bona fides reaffirmed.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: bpl40 7/18/2023 8:06:19 PM (No. 1515658)
This is the equivalent of Pence’s “That’s not my concern “.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Gordon Freeman 7/18/2023 8:22:26 PM (No. 1515663)
Maybe he thinks Democrats will vote for him?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Amoeba 7/18/2023 8:27:40 PM (No. 1515669)
Deleted. Posting in all caps is shouting. We don’t do that here. Staff
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Venturer 7/18/2023 8:40:51 PM (No. 1515674)
DeSantis just committed suicide in my mind. I don't want to stop prosecuting Biden and Hunter for their criminal actions , They belong in jail. I don't want to forget the Russian hoax, I want those people held responsible for obstructing Trumps Presidency. I don't want to turn the other cheek I want to slap those who slapped me harder than they slapped me. Yes: we could elect De santis and watch him kiss the Democrats sphincter, and as soon as he is gone they will start their losuy aggressive back stabbing again. I thought DeSantis was a smart man, but IMO after hearing this he is an idiot.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: formerNYer 7/18/2023 8:44:34 PM (No. 1515677)
Trying to get in good with the hags from the view?
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Kate318 7/18/2023 8:49:59 PM (No. 1515680)
Sigh. Ok, Ron. We’re done. I was trying to give you the benefit of the doubt, in case they get away with stealing the primary for you, but…I can’t. Even if you win the nomination, I won’t vote for you. I’ll write in Trump. I just don’t care anymore.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: BarryNo 7/18/2023 8:53:45 PM (No. 1515683)
If politicians act criminally you jail them. Frankly, there should be a harsher penalty for abuse of office and oath, but not until Justice is required from lawless Democrats.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 7/18/2023 9:07:32 PM (No. 1515692)
Fatal, if true.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: jayjeti 7/18/2023 9:20:21 PM (No. 1515697)
The Title of the article is hyperbole. DeSantis said Trump could have done more to quiet the crowd, he didn't "blame " him for an insurrection (there was no insurrection), it was a protest. Trump has stated that DeSantis hopes that he goes to jail. And that is DeSantis best shot. If Trump is convicted of "insurrection" by law he cannot hold public office.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Citoyen 7/18/2023 9:29:17 PM (No. 1515708)
This publication gets more reckless every day. Within this article are DeSantis's direct quotes. He did not blame Trump for causing the riot (and yes it was a riot) at the Capitol. He said, as have said many others, that he didn't do enough after the riot erupted. A main complaint is that Trump didn't issue a statement that supposedly would cool the angry people who broke into the building. I don't think a tweet would have calmed those who were violent. The president doesn't control the Capitol police. He offered the National Guard in advance of the speech and was rebuffed by Pelosi and the useless mayor of DC. Still, Sundance's headline is, as is the case far too often, false.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: anniebc 7/18/2023 9:47:37 PM (No. 1515717)
He should pledge to START prosecuting democrats. I'm not seeing it happen yet. They stole a whole election for goodness sake!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: mc squared 7/18/2023 9:48:49 PM (No. 1515719)
I'm waiting to comment. The poster isn't a Trump fan.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Italiano 7/18/2023 10:24:07 PM (No. 1515742)
Who wrote that speech for him, Peggy Noonan?
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Reply 35 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 7/18/2023 10:28:50 PM (No. 1515743)
Our government is corrupt. Both parties. We don't need fewer investigations. We need more. Our 'leaders' sell their services to anyone with the money, including America's enemies. Someone ask DeSantis if he thinks Biden should be investigated and ask him if he thinks the Biden investigation is politically motivated. Someone ask DeSantis does he think Biden committed any crimes. What's he going to do about it? He wants to bring back civility? Our government has practically wrecked the country. Doubt our government actually governs. Don't think civility is a high priority at this point.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 7/18/2023 11:17:00 PM (No. 1515768)
DeSantis deliberately ignores the published document of Trump's asking people to be careful and NOT do anything like protest or riot. This is just another brick in the wall of proof he is a part of the Swamp and he won't do anything he is talking about right now if we are stupid enough to elect him and his Bush advisors.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: tisHimself 7/18/2023 11:31:46 PM (No. 1515772)
And he wins a carton of minwax and a years supply of rice a roni. Sorry you didn’t win, but those are some great prizes for our contestants.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Tet Vet 68 7/19/2023 12:34:47 AM (No. 1515790)
Not now not ever Ron you just eliminated yourself
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Lawsy0 7/19/2023 2:34:30 AM (No. 1515818)
Ventriloquism has a new form; speaking out of both sides of one's mouth at the same time. DeSantis pat's Trump's back with one hand and then stick a shiv there with the other.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: 5 handicap 7/19/2023 5:39:21 AM (No. 1515844)
There are, despite what the Garbage in Chief Obama said and did, Red Lines that cannot be crossed without consequence. The TREASON of Garland and Wray, etal is one of those. With thanks Robes Pierre: " Off with their Heads!"
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Reply 41 - Posted by: ARKfamily 7/19/2023 6:04:12 AM (No. 1515851)
Could the Republican candidates stop attacking each other? Focus on the failure of Democrat policies. To be fair, Ron DeSantis, it does not represent well when you smear Donald Trump. Oh, and by the way, nobody had a problem in 2016 when three states had to do a recount. I guess when Hillary or the third-party candidate wants a recount, it is okay but when Donald Trump asks for it, now it is insurrection.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: judy 7/19/2023 6:11:47 AM (No. 1515855)
It appears Pence & Ron have lost before any votes are cast......
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Reply 43 - Posted by: Msquared112 7/19/2023 6:51:06 AM (No. 1515867)
Interesting to see how RDS “has no interest” (his words) in bashing Trump.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: 49 Ford 7/19/2023 7:26:18 AM (No. 1515886)
I believe this is what they used to call "yellow journalism". DeSantis DID NOT blame Trump for January 6. He only suggested that Trump should have come out with a more forceful statement. That may or may not be true, but for reckless propagandist "Sundance" to deliberately mischaracterize the governor's remarks is despicable and destructive. DeSantis DID NOT say that Democrats believed to have committed crimes should not be prosecuted. He DID SAY that the criminal law should not be used (i.e., dishonestly manipulated) for purposes of targeting one's political opponents. That is a very sound, pro-American idea, and DeSantis should be commended in this instance, not condemned. There is nothing of "reach across the aisle" in the governor's remarks. But, leave it to "Sundance" to rile people up and mislead them. Folks, hot-headed reaction is NOT the path to electoral victory.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: Toodles3956 7/19/2023 8:45:39 AM (No. 1515947)
Hey Ron, here is an alert. Its up to the police to control the situation. Trump offered Crazy Nancy National Guard in case of trouble, she refused. It was all up to nancy as she had control of the Capitol police. So the fix was already in.
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Reply 46 - Posted by: FJB 7/19/2023 9:01:03 AM (No. 1515956)
I'll turn over, Ron. Let's do it again.
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Reply 47 - Posted by: MickTurn 7/19/2023 10:22:01 AM (No. 1516008)
One would think DeSantis could figure out how the Democraps and FBI put lots of agents into the peaceful crowds to agitate them to go in to the Capitol. Even the Capitol Police INVITED THEM IN, the who thing was a SHAM SETUP!
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Reply 48 - Posted by: broken01 7/21/2023 8:22:07 AM (No. 1517199)
I would love to ask an insipid leftist democrat of RINO just how was PDJT responsible for J6? This is the question that any reasonable person can't answer. PDJT said go over to the Capitol and let your voices PEACEFULLY be heard. I'm beyond tired of the propaganda line that it was an insurrection. As it was proven that federal agents and their informants like Ray Epps were in the crowd making sure that American citizens were shuffled into the Capitol through open barricades and unlocked doors by a small number of Capitol police. Some like Michael Leroy Byrd aka Barney Fife were holly incompetent but of course armed. For a Republican running for POTUS to place blame where it doesn't belong and to let the ones who benefited from the lie to not be held accountable is a sign of cowardice and I for one will NEVER vote for someone like that.
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The wife of the Obamas' personal chef who died on Sunday in a paddle boarding accident at their Martha's Vineyard estate says she will be 'forever heartbroken' about his death. Tafari Campbell died in an as yet unexplained accident on the pond behind the Obamas' home on Sunday evening. He had gone out paddle boarding on the calm water last night, and was seen falling off the board before becoming completely submerged. (Snip) The Obamas paid tribute to him as a 'beloved part of their family.' They were on the island on Sunday night but not at the residence at the time of the accident, according to their office.
DeSantis Fires a Third of His Campaign
Staff – Drops Even Further Behind in Polls
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Posted by earlybird 7/25/2023 7:20:12 PM Post Reply
This is not a surprise. This is not disappointing. This is not unexpected. (snip)Keep in mind, the Florida legislature was pressured by the governor’s office to change the political sunlight laws – just so DeSantis could obfuscate his travel expenses and hide that he was flying around the country on private jets owned by billionaires and multinational corporations.(snip)That “insurgent underdog” spin is particularly laughable when you consider that Karl Rove, the RGA, Paul Ryan, Ed Rollins, Jeb Bush and the entire apparatus of the approved republican coalition are aligned with Ron DeSantis. What exactly is the party selected candidate running as an insurgent against?
Joe Biden: “Before I Say Even More What’s
on My Mind, I’m Now Gonna Leave This
Podium” (Video)
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Posted by Imright 7/25/2023 4:24:41 PM Post Reply
Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a proclamation to establish the ‘Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument in Illinois and Mississippi.’ Biden delivered remarks at the White House and his speech was full of lies. Joe Biden absurdly boasted about his time as a public defender. “It was a lesson I learned coming out of — not like real leaders in the civil rights movement — but when I came out of the civil rights movement as a kid as a public defender…” Biden said.
New: Trump Accuses DeSantis of 'Colluding
With Biden's Weaponized DOJ' to Stop Him
and the MAGA Movement
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Posted by Imright 7/25/2023 4:28:33 PM Post Reply
In anticipation of Special Counsel Jack Smith issuing criminal charges against Donald Trump related to January 6, Trump’s presidential campaign is accusing rival Ron DeSantis’ campaign of colluding with the Biden Department of Justice.Trump, who received a “target letter” from Smith on July 16, declined Smith’s invitation to speak to a grand jury in Washington, D.C. last week. When he announced that he’d received the target letter, Trump said he believed it was a precursor to an “arrest and indictment.”
Bronny James suffers cardiac arrest, collapses
on USC court: LeBron James' son now in
stable condition
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Posted by NorthernDog 7/25/2023 10:53:53 AM Post Reply
Bronny James, the eldest son of Lakers superstar LeBron James, was hospitalized Monday after going into cardiac arrest and collapsing during a basketball practice, a family spokesperson said Tuesday. Bronny, 18, was placed into ICU but is now in stable condition. "Yesterday while practicing, Bronny James suffered a cardiac arrest," the spokesperson said in a statement. "Medical staff was able to treat Bronny and take him to the hospital. He is now in stable condition and no longer in ICU. We ask for respect and privacy for the James family, and we will update media when there is more information.
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