The corporate-controlled media is terrified of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
They will do anything – including flat-out lie – to try to take down DeSantis.
But Ron DeSantis just called out The View for making these false allegations against his campaign.
Ron DeSantis is the most popular Republican elected official in America.
Republican voters admire DeSantis for his willingness to fight back against the Left and his ability to win these critical battles.
Even though DeSantis is facing his first re-election for Governor in November, he’s already considered a top contender for the Republican nomination in 2024 if he chooses to run.
Polls consistently show that if Donald Trump decides not to run for President again in 2024, the GOP nomination will be Ron DeSantis’ for the taking if he wants it.
But it’s not just the polls where Ron DeSantis is surging.
DeSantis is also shattering national fundraising records, bringing in a whopping $130.4 million, which is more than Donald Trump’s political committees reported having at the beginning of the year.
The corporate-controlled media is terrified over DeSantis’ rising poll numbers and campaign war chest.
And during a recent episode of The View, the yammering harpies on the show claimed the only reason DeSantis has so much money is because he is committing fraud against his donors, which is a serious accusation.
Appearing on The View, social-ladder climber and sometimes self-proclaimed “conservative” Alyssa Farah Griffin followed up a discussion of the mammoth success DeSantis has achieved in raising money by suggesting he was tricking donors into signing up for a recurring donation every month.
“What a lot of these apps and websites do is you click to give once and it actually signs you up to recurringly give,” Griffin said. “It is so unfair; it is a grift, it is terrible; it is horrible.”
This is a provable lie.
Ron DeSantis is not tricking donors into signing up for recurring monthly contributions like Griffin claimed.
Since this is such a serious accusation, Ron DeSantis took a moment during a recent press conference to set the record straight.
“I got accused by some of these people on one of these shows about, oh you know, he’s raising all of this . . . and they tried to say that we had auto-donate, where it keeps going every month,” DeSantis roared. “We do not do that!”
“We do not do that auto because we don’t want people to have these charges if that’s not something they didn’t agree with,” DeSantis asserted. “So they tried to act like I was doing that and then some of these media went and said, ‘Wait a minute, he’s not doing that.’ So they were lying about that.”
DeSantis said he understands folks are contributing their hard-earned money, many who are living on fixed incomes, to support his campaign.
And he would never trick them into recurring donations.
“At the end of the day, we have folks, some people are on fixed income, very limited, and they will donate a certain amount and that’s very meaningful,” DeSantis said. “Not everybody has the capacity to write these big (checks) . . . we would never do automatic unless you personally as the contributor, press that button,” he continued.
“And so I think it’s very important, particularly as Republicans, when you’re raising money amongst your own people, that you’re doing it in a way that has honesty. And so if my name is being used to trick people into providing donations for something that they don’t necessarily want to do, that is definitely wrong,” DeSantis concluded.
The corporate-controlled media thought they finally had a way to take down Ron DeSantis.
But, as usual, it backfired when DeSantis set the record straight.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.