The New York Times dropped an October Surprise that proved how desperate the Left is to take down Ron DeSantis

Nov 9, 2022

The left-wing media has been out to get Ron DeSantis ever since he rejected Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci’s pandemic demands.

They view him as a threat to Democrat control of the White House in 2024.

The New York Times dropped an October Surprise that proved how desperate the Left is to take down Ron DeSantis.

Ron DeSantis is by far the most popular Republican elected official in the country.

During his first term as Governor, his strong leadership turned Florida into a red state after serving for decades as one of the country’s top swing states.

Republican voters appreciate the way DeSantis is willing to fight back on issues other elected officials shy away from like the Left’s woke ideology.

But what Republican voters love about DeSantis is what makes Democrats and the left-wing media hate and fear him.

The Left has been trying to take down DeSantis for nearly two years.

They dubbed him “Ron DeathSantis” during the pandemic due to his opposition to mask and vaccine mandates.

They called him “anti-black,” “anti-gay,” “anti-LGBTQ+,” “shameful,” “anti-American,” “hateful,” and other nasty names after he signed the Parental Rights in Education Bill into law.

But after nearly two years of pounding DeSantis with lie after lie, the leftist at The New York Times thought they finally had the bombshell story to take down the Florida Governor.

On Saturday, The Times dropped their version of an October Surprise on DeSantis in an article titled Pranks, Parties and Politics: Ron DeSantis’s Year as a Schoolteacher.

After he graduated from Yale, DeSantis taught at Darlington School in South Carolina for a short time before he went to Harvard Law.

DeSantis coached baseball and football and was well-liked and considered cool by the students according to The Times.

But a few students at the school didn’t like DeSantis.

And that is all The Times needed to publish their hit piece on the Governor.

“As a teacher, he was remembered by some former students as cocky and arrogant,” The Times wrote. “He once publicly embarrassed a student with a prank.”

“He was a total jock; that was his personality,” Gates Minis, a 2003 graduate of the school, told The Times. “He was definitely proud that he graduated from Ivy and thought he was very special.”

The story also quoted a black student who said DeSantis “’was mean to me and hostile toward me. Not aggressively, but passively, because I was black.’ She recalled Mr. DeSantis teaching Civil War history in a way that sounded to her like an attempt to justify slavery.”

Another student said they “talked among themselves about Mr. DeSantis expressing his strict belief that abortion was wrong.”

Fox News columnist Howard Kurtz mocked The Times for the ridiculous attack on DeSantis.

“So let’s see: He was smug and voiced more personal opinions than would have been appropriate for a teacher,” Kurtz wrote. “Doesn’t even sound as damaging as Mitt Romney strapping his dog to the roof of the car.”

The Times tried to take down DeSantis with an October Surprise.

But once again, the attack failed and only served to make the Left look foolish.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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