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Dems’ First Biden ’24 Challenger Emerges, Targets DeSantis in Ad Blitz

'But freedom is under attack by Republicans in states like Florida... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Power-crazed California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom has begun to set himself up for a 2024 Presidential run, targeting probable Republican candidate and incumbent Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a series of advertisements.

In an ad campaign, Newsom had a simple message to Floridans: if you love freedom, come to California.

“We’re about to celebrate Independence Day,” Newsom wrote in a tweet that included a video of one of his ads. “But freedom is under attack by Republicans in states like Florida.”

In the video, Newsom listed several complaints that he has about Republicans, and DeSantis in particular, as he begins to posture himself as the anti-DeSantis.

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He also alluded to several of DeSantis’ greatest successes in the state in overcoming the failures of the Biden regime.

“Freedom is under attack in [Florida],” he said, slamming Republicans for supposedly banning books, for restricting speech, and for turning women and doctors into criminals.

The embattled leftist governor went on to remark upon California as a far superior place to live, making a pitch for liberal Floridans to move to his state, where “we still believe in freedom. Freedom of speech, freedom to choose, freedom from hate, and the freedom to love,” alluding to rioting, abortion and LGBT activism, respectively.

DeSantis recently signed the Parental Rights in Education law, disallowing any discussion of LGBT propaganda in classrooms from Kindergarten through third grade. He also signed a 15-week abortion ban.

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Of course not many were fooled by Newsom’s absurd message, noting that California is perhaps the most downtrodden state in the entire country.

Some on Twitter updated Newsom’s advertisement for the sake of clarity.

 

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