Posted BY: Cassandra Fairbanks
Neoconservative war hawk John Bolton is trashing former President Donald Trump and championing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for the White House in 2024.
Trump has already announced his candidacy, while DeSantis has not.
“[DeSantis has] had a very successful run as governor of Florida. He won re-election on Nov. 8 with a big majority. A lot of people look to him as the next generation candidate,” Bolton said in a recent interview with The Guardian. “That’s one of Trump’s biggest problems – his act is old and tired now.”
Bolton, who has seemingly never heard of a nation that he doesn’t want to bomb, pointed to the midterms and said that people “just switched Trump off in their brain.”
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“There’s no doubt Trump’s endorsement in the primary can be very valuable to a candidate in the Republican party. But relying on that endorsement or trumpeting yourself as the Trump-endorsed candidate is poisonous in the general election. So if you actually want to win elections, Trump is not the answer,” Bolton said.
Bolton continued. “One question we asked was: do you want Trump or do you want a fresh face? I think in our last poll over 50% said they wanted a fresh face. That’s only going to continue. I personally don’t think Biden is going to end up running on the Democratic side and that’ll have an impact as well.”
“Even if they loved his style, loved his approach, loved his policies, loved everything about him, they don’t want to lose and the fear is, given the results on Nov. 8, that if he got the nomination, not only would he lose the general election, but he would take an awful lot of Republican candidates down with him,” Bolton told The Guardian.
Bolton was fired by President Trump in his first term. The former president blamed Bolton for bad advice and said in January 2020, “If I listened to him, we would be in World War Six by now.”
While DeSantis has been amazing on domestic issues, his foreign policy positions remain largely unknown, and the endorsements from neocons has left some wondering if they would put America First.
DeSantis has “had a very successful run as governor of Florida,” Bolton said in the interview. “He won re-election on 8 November with a big majority. A lot of people look to him as the next-generation candidate. That’s one of Trump’s biggest problems – his act is old and tired now.”
Yeah! That’s great news! John Bolton thinks Trump is more dangerous to the Globalist / Deep State agenda than is Ron DeSantis!
4 years of Trump and then potentially 8 years of DeSantis might put USA on more solid ground against Deep State.
Bolton is for DeSantis? RED FLAG.
The only thing that matters in this subject is that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump, as a large amount of evidence already in indicates, and at a minimum, the SCOTUS needs to nullify that election – under the proviso that ‘Fraud vitiates everything’ – and call for new elections; all of which nullifies the (very questionable) 2022 Midterms as well. And two major things thus happen: 1) We learn the hard way to stop cheating at elections (and clean up our act in general; as the ‘spiritual beings having a human experience’ that we are, and need to start living more akin to our fundamental natures); and 2) Trump can then pick another VP to run with him. And that would best be – drum roll, please – JFK Jr.. Still alive; and thus helping the nation come back together, across the political divide. Which was about to embroil us in a second Civil War. Not necessary, then, from this seemingly miraculous turn of events. Turning us to live more in alignment with the Will of our Creator Source, and not so much like the rebellious children that we have become.
It is premature to elevate DeSantis to possible presidential candidate. Geez the honeymoon isn’t even over with Florida yet. Put the brakes on. I’m not dissing DeSantis, he’s the #1 Governor in the US, it’s just that we don’t know much about his global positions. 1st Test – Has been to WEF or affiliate? If not then we move on to the next. Bolton is no allie.