Joe Biden and the White House are in attack mode right now.
They’re desperate to give Democrats some momentum before the Midterms.
But Ron DeSantis just fired back at the White House after their latest attack on the Governor.
Joe Biden and his radical administration are on the offensive
Whether it be Joe Biden’s angry speech last Thursday, or his number of attacks on Republican voters, one thing is for certain and that is Joe Biden is on the offensive.
Joe Biden has received harsh criticism from his own party for being dormant and now he is overcorrecting.
Of course, the White House is refusing to admit that they are dialing up the rhetoric, and they are actually blaming conservatives for escalating political tensions.
One such conservative is Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida, who came under fire from the White House recently when White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed ”Just last week, you had Governor Ron DeSantis suggested that Dr. Fauci should be physically assaulted. And former President Trump has done the same many, many times.”
This was in response to DeSantis’ joke he made at a rally where he said “And I’m just sick of seeing (Dr. Fauci). I know he says he’s going to retire. Someone needs to grab that little elf and chuck him across the Potomac.”
Clearly, this was not a call for violence against Anthony Fauci, but, the White House is not willing to give anybody the benefit of the doubt, and used the opportunity to score political points.
But DeSantis did not take this attack from Jean-Pierre lightly.
In response, the DeSantis campaign said “Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci needlessly locked people in their homes and out of their jobs, kept kids away from school, and sent tens of thousands of seniors to their deaths – those are the physical assaults they ought to be talking about from the podium.”
Once again DeSantis and his team got it exactly right.
Why Joe Biden’s offensive might backfire this November
The Midterms are still almost two months away, which in today’s political climate is a very long time.
The results are far from certain, especially in many Senate races which most polls show are getting closer and closer.
That being said, this sort of attack dog rhetoric from the Biden administration is likely to turn off a lot of voters who are still waiting to see how Joe Biden plans on unifying the nation, which was one of his top campaign promises.
The truth is, Joe Biden has no intention of unifying anything and is far more interested in playing politics.
This strategy from Biden may fire up some on the Left, but it will also fire up the Right, and more likely than not repulse many independent voters, which the Democrats desperately need on their side if they hope to win this November.
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