Ron DeSantis was already a top enemy of the far-left in America.
But what he revealed about his boots will infuriate woke animal rights activists.
And Ron DeSantis said ten words about his boots that sent PETA radicals into a fit of rage.
Donald Trump started launching attacks against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the weeks leading up to the November Midterm elections.
Trump began by dubbing DeSantis with nicknames like “Meatball Ron” and “Ron DeSanctimonious” before eventually moving on to attacking him on issues like Medicaid and Social Security.
But Donald Trump is known for trolling his opponents, which he continues to do to Ron DeSantis on the campaign trail.
After DeSantis appeared for an interview on HBO Real Time host Bill Maher’s podcast, Trump shared a picture from the interview and joked that the Florida Governor was wearing heels in order to appear taller.
“Tell me he’s not wearing hidden heels,” Trump wrote as a caption for the image along with a yellow line guessing the point where DeSantis’ heel may be elevated.
Of course, this isn’t the first mention of DeSantis’ boots.
Vanity Fair reported that one of his staffers allegedly said that his wife was to blame for the boots.
“She bought him these dumba** cowboy boots because she thought it was part of the image,” the source allegedly told Vanity Fair.
But Ron DeSantis has thick skin and is good about brushing off these types of troll attacks.
On Friday, DeSantis visited Washington, D.C. to deliver a speech at the Heritage Foundation on foreign policy and defending America.
But the Governor made a comment about his boots that will now have the radical Left after him.
DeSantis mentioned the in-state rivalries in college football in the Sunshine State.
“So these are authentic Florida Gator boots,” he noted. “Now, the good thing about these is that Florida Gator fans love it because it’s the Gators,” DeSantis said in reference to the in-state rivalry between the Florida State Seminoles and the University of Florida Gators. “But, you know, Seminole fans also like it because someone had to kill a Gator to make those boots.”
“So that’s the only way I found to be able to please both sides,” he joked.
This weekend is the annual game between the University of Georgia Bulldogs and the Florida Gators that takes place in Jacksonville.
DeSantis knows not to upset Georgia or Florida fans.
“So, anyways, Florida-Georgia game, you know, let’s just say I’m going to be, you know, cheering as the Governor, but I am not going to be putting any money on the Gators this year,” DeSantis added.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.