The SuperPac supporting Ron DeSantis, called Never Back Down, has taken hundreds of millions of dollars from the Wall Street, billionaire, Sea Island, multinational corporation and hedge fund donors. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is injecting another $85 million from his leadership pac in Florida. All told, it is the largest single assembly of political cash in the history of presidential campaigning – estimated value well north of $500 million.
With all of that in mind, this is the best the communications team can come up with:
Now, please do not misconstrue what I am saying. I am not saying these people are just bad at their jobs. I am saying these are fundamentally stupid people.
This is the skillset of the professional Republican Party. This is what they are taught to do, study to do, sit around and spend millions in consultancy fees to come up with.
These are professional Republican operations…. They are also just idiots! This is why some of the billionaire funders have also paused, reevaluated and stepped back from the DeSantis nonsense. The DeSantis crew are sending out Instagram selfie-pics of their lunches while cheering for their team.
This is like the General Cornwallis version of political warfare. They sit around in their echo-chambered rooms and might as well put a powdered wig on their candidate. Everything is fake, pretense, manufactured and sold by the brightest consultants in the world as the stuff that “should work.” It’s genuinely hilarious!
Meanwhile, MAGA is an insurgency running circles around them, ducking and weaving through their ranks, and they are totally oblivious to it.
This image right here is almost literally who the people behind Ron DeSantis are. Not all of them, but overwhelmingly the majority of them are just like this disconnected insufferable bunch pictured above.
If that’s who they are, then WHO ARE WE?
We are the workforce.
We are digital warriors, meme creators, artists, researchers, autists and ordinarily invisible people now considered dissidents in our own country.
We are the backbone of industry, the people who keep it all working, the builders, diggers and blue-collar workforce that keeps everything functioning. We are the people they will never fully control. We speak in languages they do not understand, and we absorb targeted ridicule as fuel.
We are the movers of goods, the truckers, the farmers, the nameless people behind the skilled trades that keep what they call American society moving.
We are the people who grow the food, pick the food, transport the food, stock the food, cook the food and facilitate the life they live. We are a visible, yet disregarded, insurgent force within their sphere of life that is never considered, yet we control the outcomes of every moment they value.
We pick up the trash, answer the phones, run cables to their devices, mow their lawns, solve their problems, control the flow of essential services and keep our heads below the radar.
We are the majority.