Americans are sick and tired of the Democrats’ failed policies destroying the states they live in, and the thriving state of Florida is the best example of what happens when strong Republican leaders take charge.
Under Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, Florida has stood out as one of the freest and most economically prosperous states in the nation even as the federal government pushed its devastating COVID tyranny.
With the Democrats steering federal policy, America’s decline has been painfully obvious. Despite how dumb the Dems may think voters are – they know exactly who is at fault for the troubles plaguing the nation.
Even some Democrats within the state of Florida have realized what an incredible job DeSantis and other local GOP leaders have done – warning that it’s not looking too hot for the Democratic party.
The Former Democrat Mayor of Miami Beach, Philip Levine, acknowledged this during a recent sit down with CNN where he delivered some remarks which the liberal hosts were not too pleased to hear.
Levine said that the Democrats don’t stand a chance of winning the state of Florida, saying they’re doing “too little too late.”
The former mayor then goes on to say, “Florida has been hitting on all cylinders, and I’m a Democrat telling you this.”
Levine thinks Florida is a lock for Republicans, watch the priceless reaction from these smug left-wing hosts react when he tells them exactly that.
4 thoughts on “Watch Hosts Face as their Democrat Guest Destroys their Theory and Admits How Bad Democrats Have Screwed Things Up”
GOOD FOR DESANTIS! GOOD FOR FLORIDA!!
TIME FOR AMERICA TO GET BACK ON THE RIGHT TRACK!!
The ex democrat mayor of Miami has it right. The big issues are inflation, crime & the disgustingly leaky border. I hope the dems get toasted on 11/8. They deserve it for their broken, ruinous policies.
Modern Democrats would run a Lemonade Stand into insolvency..
Joe Biden would love to run a lemonade stand….
One…….he could probably handle the financial responsibility and
Two….. the female clientele would be right in his age range