Poll reveals Republicans’ preferences for 2024 race. DeSantis over Trump who is Running to a Huge Defeat
The reasons of very likely defeating of Trump in the GOP primary for White House
Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
The article published by Russia Today (below) on the race inside the Grand Old Party (Republicans Party) for the 2024 presidential canditate is the first important signal.
Indeed RT was one of the most important stranger newspaper that showed a clear endorsement to Trump both in the UkraineGate impeachment (finished with obvious acquitting) both in the disturbing question of Capitol Hill attack.
But even in the alleged presidential election fraud on 2020 pointing out how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg funneled hundreds of millions of dollars during the 2020 election into nominally nonpartisan nonprofit organisations that manipulated election-office funding to tip the scales in favour of the Democratic vote.
So it’s very important that now RT highlighted the first poll on Republican candidate race for US Presidential 2024 which was held in California.
The result awarded the Governor of Florida Ron Desantis who don’t have already made his announcement to run the White House bid.
His tactic is probably to induce the electorate of the Grand Old Party (GOP) to explicitly invoke his candidacy after an attrition of his potential rival Trump who has already announced his candidacy for some time, without receiving much enthusiasm within the party forward the primaries.
Now, however, I would like to examine Trump’s actual chances of winning and what consensus he can count on.
The break with his vice president Mike Pence, aggravated by the Capitol Hill investigation, has deprived the former Republican president of most of the Evangelical Christian electorate.
On the other hand, his positions in favor of traditional Catholic values in the battle against LGBT propaganda among minors and abortion have been much less effective than those of DeSantis, who also brings with him an honorable career as a lawyer in the Navy (JAG).
Conversely, if Trump can be considered a victim of the mud machine of Democrats, CIA and FBI in the artfully constructed scandals RussiaGates and UkraineGate, surely his financial crimes have a well-proven foundation by justice.
This can also be a source of irritation for the Republican “base” who believe in conservative values but are far removed from those affairs of Big Pharma and the Arms Lobby that Trump himself has perfectly supported first with the vaccination campaign and then with the offensive military policies in Syria and Iran to please his Zionist backers.
The wound of the assassination of Iranian Pasdaran’s chief General Qasem Soleimani, ordered by Trump at the suggestion of his fraudulent White House advisers, is still open and will never allow him to win even one vote in the Muslim community, not even the most extremist Sunnis and sworn enemies of the Shia.
Because the drone murder was too blatant and brutal.
The damage and deaths caused by the Covid vaccines, confirmed by CDC and FDA studies, together with the outbreak of war in Ukraine have brought even greater resentment against the Zionist Deep State which speculates on large pharmaceutical and military corporations.
DeSantis has been able to ride the tiger of anger of the anti-VAX and that of those who simply seek justice for the adverse reactions to the gene serums of Pfizer and Moderna and has launched an investigation in Florida with the appointment of a grand jury.
Whether he did it for political purposes or out of real conviction is not important. It is important that he did so while President Biden continues to promote the effectiveness and safety of boosters thanks to the funding received in the electoral campaign from Pfizer which, it should be remembered, made the great rejection of Warp Speed funds from Trump’s vaccine project clearly revealing what the orientation of the Deep State was like George Bush who gave his endorsement to the democratic candidate.
Ultimately, therefore, on which votes can Trump count? Certainly little on those of the Israeli Zionists who see in Biden the perfect embodiment of the hypocritical pacifist: ready to make nice declarations of peace at the UN but quick to support any possible war like his political “master” Obama.
The former Republican president can only count on the votes of the now few devotees of the MAGA project, created by the genius of a Steve Bannon who turned out to be a grabber politician like all the others more than an idealist, who escaped convictions for the assault on Capitol Hill .
This is why not only is he the candidate that every exponent of the Democratic Party dreams of to be sure of a very probable reconfirmation of Biden.
But he also has little chance of beating DeSantis during the Republican primary and should therefore agree with him for a vice president role to avoid a huge defeat.
So that he can play the role that suits him best: that of the political clown who called Antony Faucit the Deep State’s Man during the pandemic emergency but, despite being the POTUS, he had not the bravery to remove him.
Most GOP voters in California want to see Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as the party’s presidential candidate
by Russia Today
The majority of Republicans in the state of California favor Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as the party’s candidate in the 2024 presidential race, with former President Donald Trump coming a poor second.
As some media outlets have pointed out, GOP voters from the Golden State could play a key role in determining who runs for president during the Republican presidential primary in a year’s time.
The survey was conducted online by the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies (IGS) between February 14 and 20, and sounded out 1,755 registered Republicans in California.
Around 37% of the respondents said they would back DeSantis, with Trump receiving 29%. The other Republican candidates, including former US Envoy to the UN Nikki Haley and former Vice President Mike Pence could count on the support of no more than 7% of California’s GOP voters, the survey indicated.
Among Republican voters in the state with a college degree, DeSantis enjoys the support ratio of more than two-to-one over Trump. In the subgroup made up of those who voted for Trump in 2020, DeSantis also leads, by 11 points.
“There is serious defection among his ranks,” Mark DiCamillo, director of the IGS Poll, noted, adding that “these voters are now on board with DeSantis more than Trump.”
The Florida governor is expected to give a speech in California, at the Reagan Library Presidential Library in Simi Valley, as well as at a fundraiser for the Orange County GOP on March 5.
The Los Angeles Times reported, citing sources familiar with DeSantis’ plans, that the politician is going to meet with wealthy Republican donors. According to the paper, the California GOP presidential primary slated for March 2024 may play a key role in deciding who wins the party nomination. The Golden State is expected to have the largest delegation at the 2024 Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, the article claims.
Moreover, California is home to numerous affluent donors, The Times pointed out. The Center for Responsive Politics has estimated that the state’s contribution to Trump’s campaign in 2020 totaled more than $92 million.
Another poll, carried out by Yahoo/YouGov earlier this month, yielded similar results, suggesting that Trump has only a slim chance of beating DeSantis, with the latter being four percentage points ahead.
Surveys indicate Trump has lost a significant part of his support base following November’s congressional midterm elections, which saw candidates endorsed by the former president fare worse than expected.
Originally published by Russia Today