DeSantis Wrecks Joe Biden, Again

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You would think that Joe Biden would be tired of getting wrecked by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, but that just does not seem to be the case.

The Biden administration is fighting the DeSantis administration for not wanting to mask kindergartners. DeSantis has pointed out that Biden has bigger fish to fry.

According to Town Hall:

The governor criticized the commander in chief for “leaving thousands of Americans to fend for themselves behind enemy lines.” In addition to that, the Florida Republican told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that Biden also left billions worth of military equipment for the Taliban to use. “It’s going to make that area a disaster,” he said, and put Americans “at risk.”

DeSantis pointed out that America’s adversaries—Russia, North Korea, and China—are watching the Afghanistan situation closely and how President Biden has handled it. “And they see that this is not somebody who’s capable of leading with conviction and leading on the world stage,” he continued. “So they are going to do everything they can, as long as he’s president to take advantage of that. And I think we’re in for a rocky three and a half years, as long as he’s president.”

“[W]hile you have all this stuff going on with Afghanistan, obviously all this stuff at the southern border — which you and I have talked about one of the biggest border disasters in the history of our country — inflation, gas prices, and what does he do? He is obsessed with having the government force kindergarteners to wear masks all day in school.”

He continued: “And you got to wonder, where are your priorities that you’re so obsessed with this issue and so obsessed with taking away parents’ rights and you’re letting Afghanistan burn, our border burn, and so many other things in country fall to pieces?”

Biden returned from vacation amid the Afghan crisis but chose to focus on



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