It’s a safe bet that anyone with half a brain (who isn’t lying) knows that Joe Biden won’t be back for 2024. Many people fear the man will be out for the count long before the next election rolls around. Even if he is still stumbling around, his failed agenda and countless crises have already shut him out for re-election (not to mention his dismal approval numbers).
Many already assume a Republican will take over. For over a year, Donald Trump has been the top pick among many GOP polls. But in recent days, another name appears to be partially eclipsing him. Elon Musk floated this man’s name recently. And now, podcast host Joe Rogan is saying much the same thing.
Joe Rogan floats 2024 choice: “Ron DeSantis would work as a good president.” [Source: Twitter]
Joe Rogan floats 2024 choice:
“Ron DeSantis would work as a good president." pic.twitter.com/H5k8KBkdho
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) June 28, 2022
In a recent episode of his show, Joe Rogan revealed he thought Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would make a “good president.” Rogan pointed at DeSantis’ record in Florida, keeping the state open even as COVID-frantic leftists attacked him.
Florida has thrived when other states have faltered. Thanks to the governor’s tireless efforts, it has become the most popular state to move to, when leaving crime-ridden blue states. Gov. DeSantis has scored top marks from Republicans after he’s gone toe-to-toe against the Biden administration.
Most recently, he stood up to goliath Disney, after the movie studio attacked the state for passing an anti-grooming law. As far as local residents are concerned, DeSantis has made good on many of his campaign promises. His influence has been so powerful, that for the first time there are more registered Republicans in the state than Democrats.
Florida has become so red, that the DNCC refuses to put any money into upcoming races.
DeSantis acknowledged the recent plug from billionaire Elon Musk, who said he’d support DeSantis for president. But the Republican has yet to announce any 2024 plans. At the moment, he is working toward getting re-elected this year as governor.
Should he run for president in two years, he would be leaving the governor’s seat vacant. Is he willing to step away from Florida to become president of the entire country?
That is still a very big question on everyone’s minds. And will he do that, if Donald Trump returns to the limelight?
I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
Author: Bo Dogan