Townhall Media Florida Governor Ron DeSantis appears to continue to remain on Gavin Newsom’s mind, as Newsom posted a bizarre tweet on Thursday, saying he will donate $100,000 to Charlie Crist. It seems evident that DeSantis is living in Newsom’s head rent-free because the California Governor seems a bit worried about the Florida gubernatorial race, which could lead to a potential future White House bout against DeSantis.
Newsom tweeted: “Time to make Ron DeSantis a one-term governor. I’m pledging $100k right now to @CharlieCrist. Who will join me in helping Charlie become the next Governor of Florida?” Time to make Ron DeSantis a one-term governor. I’m pledging $100k right now to @CharlieCrist . Who will join me in helping Charlie become the next Governor of Florida? https://t.co/YvpkkGKkOb — Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) August 25, 2022 It truly is sad how Newsom spends more time worrying about red states than he does about his own state that is in a mess, partly due to his incompetence. Newsom was mayor of San Francisco from 2004 until 2011. Then he became Lieutenant Governor from 2011 until 2019. Now, he’s the Governor, so he has spent over 18 years as a “leader” in California. He has done the bare minimum to help residents; while crime has become rampant due to his endorsed District Attorneys’ soft-on-crime policies, homelessness has gotten far worse because there is no concrete plan besides spending more taxpayer money, with nothing to show for it, and claiming he is the “homeless czar” — we can see that. He has no concrete plan to crack down on the open-air drug market, he does not hire more mental health workers to treat the homeless in need, and he does not effectively fund the rescue missions, so that they can get to the bottom of […]
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